Thursday, March 26, 2020

Do We Choose Our Lives Before Birth? - Manly P Hall Lecture

 Do We Choose Our Lives Before Birth? - 33 Degree Freemason Manly P Hall [Full Lecture / Clean Audio]

17,483 views - July 18, 2019


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Manly P. Hall discusses whether we choose our lives before birth.

Does reincarnation exist? Before we incarnate on this planet do we predetermine what happens? Does free will exist?

In this compelling lecture, Manly P. Hall addresses these questions  and more.

This talk has been restored, remastered and edited for audio clarity.

Image: Rene Magritte

Manly Palmer Hall (March 18, 1901 – August 29, 1990) was a Canadian-born author, lecturer, astrologer and mystic.

He is best known for his 1928 work The Secret Teachings of All Ages. Over his 70 year career, he gave thousands of lectures, including two at Carnegie Hall, and published over 150 volumes.

In 1934, he founded The Philosophical Research Society in Los Angeles, which he dedicated to the "Truth Seekers of All Time", with a research library, lecture hall and publishing house.


Ostara 2020 - Part VI

The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch | New Series | Tuesday, March 31 at 10/9c | HISTORY


For the first time ever, HISTORY is gaining full, unprecedented access to one of the most infamous and secretive hotspots of paranormal and UFO-related activities on earth, Skinwalker Ranch.


Skinwalkers: The Evil Navajo Shapeshifters - (Native American Folklore Explained)

427,650 views - March 26, 2019

Mythology & Fiction Explained

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Montague Summers

Augustus Montague Summers (10 April 1880 – 10 August 1948) was an English author and clergyman. He is known primarily for his scholarly work on the English drama of the 17th century, as well as for his idiosyncratic studies on witches, vampires, and werewolves, in all of which he professed to believe. He was responsible for the first English translation, published in 1928, of the notorious 15th-century witch hunter's manual, the Malleus Maleficarum.

The occult

Summers' career as an ostensibly Catholic clergyman was highly unusual. He wrote works of hagiography on Saint Catherine of Siena and Saint Anthony Maria Zaccaria, but his primary religious interest was in the subject of the occult. While Aleister Crowley, with whom he was acquainted, adopted the persona of a modern-day witch, Summers played the part of the learned Catholic witch-hunter. In the introduction to his book on The History of Witchcraft and Demonology (1926) he writes:

In the following pages I have endeavoured to show the witch as she really was – an evil liver: a social pest and parasite: the devotee of a loathly and obscene creed: an adept at poisoning, blackmail, and other creeping crimes: a member of a powerful secret organisation inimical to Church and State: a blasphemer in word and deed, swaying the villagers by terror and superstition: a charlatan and a quack sometimes: a bawd: an abortionist: the dark counsellor of lewd court ladies and adulterous gallants: a minister to vice and inconceivable corruption, battening upon the filth and foulest passions of the age.

In 1928, he published the first English translation of Heinrich Kramer's and James Sprenger's Malleus Maleficarum ("The Hammer of Witches"), a 15th-century Latin text on the hunting of witches. In his introduction, Summers insists that the reality of witchcraft is an essential part of Catholic doctrine, and declares the Malleus to be an admirable and correct account of witchcraft and of the methods necessary to combat it. This should be contrasted with the vastly more sceptical and critical attitude of mainstream Catholic scholars, reflected for instance in the Rev. Herbert Thurston's article on "Witchcraft" for the Catholic Encyclopaedia of 1912, which labels the publication of the Malleus a "disastrous episode."

Montague Summers then turned to vampires, producing The Vampire: His Kith and Kin (1928) and The Vampire in Europe (1929), and later to werewolves with The Werewolf (1933). Summers' work on the occult is notorious for his unusual and old-fashioned writing style, his display of erudition, and his purported belief in the reality of the subjects he treats.


Montague Summers Books at


Breaking Bad S04E11 Walt laughs

semih reis


"One of the greatest scenes in cinema history. Such a powerful scene, spectacular acting. 10/10" -- PythOn GH, YouTube user

"Bryan Cranston is such a genius !!  Bryan Cranston is such a genius !!"
 -- Moussa Fayyad, YouTube user

"Walter died in that crawlspace


Only Heisenberg came out of that crawlspace"
-THE EQUALIZER, YouTube user


I added:

With his head shaved and the facial hair, it gave him that Anton LeVey look... like "a devil"... then he's down in the dark crawlspace .. like "hell".... then "the evil laugh".... overt/covert symbolism.. ... also money "the root of all evil"

And, obviously it's like the Devil's evil laugh. Also, the end of the scene with him "framed" by the wooden frame floor opening; that reminded me so much of the old 'Night Gallery' series of the 70s which used to be in syndication every evening late on the old analog UHF channel 44 in the Bay Area.


Neo-Western genre

Recently I watched 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie', which was initially on Netflix before airing on AMC. It featured the yet untold storyline about Jesse Pinkman's fate at the end of the 'Breaking Bad' series. One interesting aspect of 'Breaking Bad" and now 'Better Call Saul' is that they are under what is something of a new genre of Western: "Neo Western."

'Better Call Saul' is in its fifth season now, and while I appreciated the laid-back New Mexico backdrop to its tense storyline, I still have found it a little slow in developing. Some absolutely love it, while others wanted the "Saul Goodman" from 'Breaking Bad' immediately. Well, he's finally arrived!

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie - Let Me Explain


Video Links


A knock on the door: How did John Connelly die? (2006) - The Fifth Estate - YouTube

Alan Watts ~ You are NOT Who You Think you are - YouTube

Do You Know who You Are? - YouTube

Seneca - How To Control Your Anger (Stoicism) - YouTube

Whistleblowers : The Jehovah's Witness - the fifth estate - YouTube

The Mathematics of our Universe - YouTube

Prison Gangs - Hardest Yard : Salinas Valley - YouTube

MK-Ultra Mind Control Survivor - Cathy O'Brien - YouTube
11 Tips for Witching in the Broom Closet | How to Practice Paganism Discreetly - YouTube

How The Economic Machine Works by Ray Dalio - YouTube

Jordan B. Peterson on 12 Rules for Life - YouTube

Mayerthorpe RCMP killings: Bad Day at Barhead (2008) - The Fifth Estate - YouTube

Randy Gordon, former NYS boxing commish w/ guest , author Jeffrey Sussman, "Boxing and the Mob" - YouTube

Richard Kuklinski | The "Iceman" Mental Health and Personality - YouTube

The Terrifying Truth About The Wizard of Oz! [REVISED THEORY] - YouTube

When Can the Police Search Your Car at the Roadside? Lehto's Law - Ep. 3.44 - YouTube

Why Cognitive Inequality Matters - YouTube


Hypnotized to Only Be Able to Sing Instead of Speak | Full Uncut Street Hypnosis Performance - YouTube



Marie Laveau's Tomb

Apparently it was refurbished a few years ago. Prior to that, or possibly even now, it was a target for vandals; mostly of the spray paint variety. Really?.... or as they say.. Really bro?? Do you really want to anger the spirit of Marie Laveau? If I had to vandalize a tomb, she would pretty much be at the very very bottom of the list!


Into the Mystic | Van Morrison | Lyrics ☾☀

7,641,860 views - September 11, 2015

Megan Smith

Released | February 28th, 1970


Friday, March 20, 2020

Ostara 2020 - Part V

Moraine Lake, Alberta

This was just featured on Windows 10 with an impressive winter image, which would have fit the winter theme here but I couldn't resist the above photograph. It's located in Banff National Park, more specifically along the Valley of the Ten Peaks.

Lake Louise & Moraine Lake, Banff NP, Canada in 4K (Ultra HD)

1,867,015 views - September 2, 2015

Amazing Places on Our Planet

575K subscribers

The beautiful lakes Louise & Moraine in the Banff National Park, Canada, and views from three popular scenic hikes in the surrounding area.

In the video: Lake Louise (0:05), Fairview Mountain Trail (0:32), Lake Agnes Trail (1:55), Plain of the Six Glaciers Trail (2:45), Moraine Lake (3:14), Larch Valley-Sentinel Pass Trail (4:13).

Recorded July 2015 in 4K (Ultra HD) with Sony AX100. Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

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"I visited Lake Louise two years ago, and it really did have that blue-green glow in the sunlight. I was struggling with some mental health issues at the time, and I found healing up there. I remember just sitting at the shore by the lodge, feeling the icy water, looking over the lake, and actually feeling calm for the first time in over a year. For once, I actually felt truly happy. I went home with a new perspective on life, a smile on my face, and a spring in my step, and a beautiful experience I can use to calm myself whenever I feel distressed. I can't wait for the day I can go back." 😇
-- cellogirl11RW, YouTube user


My response back:
"That's really cool celogirl. If you hug a tree, you are immersing yourself in it's great healing aura."


If you happen to be in the area around Banff, maybe try the Ticino Swiss Italian Restaurant. The town of Banff has a population of 7,847 and looks like a combo of Aspen and South Lake Tahoe. I can't vouch for this restaurant, but it looks like it has some regionally specific Ticinese recipes. I didn't see one item I remember from Ticinese cuisine... roasted ferret.

Ticino Swiss-Italian Restaurant

Ticino Swiss-Italian Restaurant facebook

Ticino Swiss-Italian Restaurant Yelp


Banff & Lake Louise: Summer Guide (2020) 🇨🇦

750,208 views - July 14, 2018

Summer Tour/Travel Guide!

Banff is the iconic alpine town situated in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.  Banff, and the Banff National Park, attracts over 4 million visitors each year for its picturesque town center, outdoor activities and majestic natural beauty.  At an altitude of just over 4500 feet, Banff is the highest town in Canada with easy access to world renowned ski resorts, luxury accommodation, and five-star restaurants.

T HA N K S   F O R    W A T C H I N G ! ! !

Getting to Banff: 0:43
Banff National Park Entry: 1:32
Banff Avenue & Downtown: 2:06
Cave and Basin: 3:33
Bow Falls: 4:13
Banff Springs Golf Course: 4:43
Banff Springs Hotel: 5:11
Banff Upper Hot Springs: 6:59
Banff Gondola: 7:32
Wildlife: 8:17
Johnston Canyon: 8:28
Lake Louise: 8:47
Moraine Lake: 9:35
Icefields Parkway (Peyto Lake/Bow Lake): 10:03


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California dry season

One year ago, California was officially declared out of it's seven year drought. However, currently 59% of the state is abnormally dry. Unlike most states, California has a normal virtually rain-free six-month dry season from approximately the start of May through October. I have a tremendous amount of outdoor work and projects to do, but I feel like I can't celebrate Spring and the coming pleasant weather as I would like to.


Caught On Camera: Cat Fights Off Three Coyotes

CBS Los Angeles

A fearless feline in Highland Park scares off a trio of unwanted visitors.


A Cat chases Coyote away in quiet neighborhood

Cats gets scared by Wild Animals Compilation


'Savage murder of Sister Margaret Ann Pahl by a twisted priest, Father Gerald Robinson, profiled on ID'

By Jerry Brown - - March 1, 2020

This week, The Lake Erie Murders examines the death of a nun in a hospital chapel in Toledo, Ohio, in 1980. Sister Margaret Ann Pahl’s body was found on the floor of the vestibule of the former Mercy Hospital on Holy Saturday, a day before Easter. It was also a day before her 72nd birthday.

Her killer was a priest, Father Gerald Robinson, who was the chaplain at the hospital. Church historians have said this is the only recorded case of a priest murdering a nun.

A particularly gruesome murder

An autopsy revealed that Sister Margaret Ann had been choked to the edge of death before being stabbed in the head, neck, and face. She had been draped with an altar cloth, and nine of her stab wounds were in the shape of an upside-down cross. There was a smear of blood across her forehead as if she had been anointed in the last rites.

Robinson was questioned at the time, and investigators had their suspicions, but the case went cold due to a lack of evidence. However, the case was reopened in 2003 after a woman accused Robinson of sexually assaulting her when she was a child; these charges were dropped, but police looked again at the evidence from the 1980 murder.



Apparent proof of a cryto-Satanist Priest inside of the Catholic Church

In other words, literally a dark-occult Satanist, not merely an evil man. In a recent broadcast of Investigation Discovery's 'The Lake Erie Murders', in an episode entitled 'Black Sabbath', the 1980 case of "Murder of Margaret Ann Pahl" was featured. Father Gerald Robinson, if he was truly guilty, was proof of a Roman Catholic Priest who also happened to be a dark-occult Satanic murderer. Even today---even with all the problems in the church, even with known dark occult practices in high places---this seems almost unfathomable. It's like a Fire Chief being an arsonist!

As covered here before, there are different types of Satanism, of which Father Robinson was of the very worse kind: The practice of evil based on a willful antagonism against Biblical Christianity. The crime clearly had the marks, including an upside down cross, of a ritual murder. It should also be stated that more than a few people believe him to be innocent of the charges. Anyone who follows true crime must have their one favorite "innocent but convicted" case. Even if I entertained one ounce of a thought that he might be innocent, his courtroom manner of what appeared to be total indifference would have been the sealer for me. He couldn't have looked more guilty if he tried! His double-life and it's dramatic contradictions makes this case truly bizarre.


Dark Side of the Ring Season 2 (Trailer)


Venturing deeper into wrestling's shrouded past, Season 2 tackles the biggest stories from the last 40 years, with unprecedented access to a new cast of insiders who reveal the brutal and often tragic consequences of a life lived in the squared circle.


A Day In The Life (Remastered 2009)

The Beatles


Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Remembering Raven Grimasi 1951 - 2019 - Part III

Tribute to Raven Grimassi - Book & Decks

Esoteric Cosmos & Books

My tribute to author Raven Grimassi , showing one of his books and two of his decks.

The Cauldron Of Memory by Raven Grimassi pub. 2009.
The Well Worn Path by Raven Grimassi  pub. 2005.
The Hidden Path by Raven Grimassi pub. 2007.
All products shown published by Llewellyn Publications.


"We are the possibilities and the unshattered dream, we are what gives life magick."
~~ Raven Grimassi ~~


Raven's websites

Raven Grimassi author site at

Temple of Witchcraft (in Salem; Raven was a member)

Raven Grimassi's official bio

The Fellowship of the Pentacle is no longer or not currently active


Raven Grimassi passed away one year ago today. I've come to believe that we are on this earth, in each of our many lifetimes here, in order to advance the baton in probably a number of areas to the best of our limited abilities. In spite of all of our faults, "the best of us" will usually do this in at least whatever small measure that we can. I think Raven did that very well, however the collective journey continues. "BE the change that you want to see in the world."

If you lose someone from your life--whether family, friend, mentor, or more of a public figure--BE that person in a sense, if you see fit to do so. That is one of the greatest honors that we can bestow upon another person. I think that one of the first spirits which he met after he passed, perhaps right after those to which he was closest here on earth, was Aradia herself. She must have stood tall and beautiful, and she may have said something such as "You have done well my kindred."

This earthly realm, although it often does not feel so, is all about us! Not in a manner of greed, but our experiences are its primary purpose for being. I believe this concept was a part of Raven's quote above. I like to believe that those ancestors of mine who had their true essential culture taken away from them, can look down upon me under the moonlight and be able to say "Even after all of this time, he chose US and our ways over all others." I no longer say "RIP," since Raven will continue on in his own soul journey, and we must continue on as well.

Birth.... Life.... Death and to a New Arising! He is now the Morning and the Spring!


Monday, March 9, 2020

Disaster unfolding in Lombardy

Italy plans large-scale quarantine in response to coronavirus outbreak

903,617 views - March 7, 2020

Fox News

U.S. Navy sailor in Italy tests positive for coronavirus and Italy plans large-scale quarantine in response to coronavirus outbreak. Lucas Tomlinson reports.


Sunday, March 8, 2020

Ostara 2020 - Part IV

The “Bennington Triangle”

Bermuda Triangle is very well known, but not quite so well known is the “Bennington Triangle”

…the name given to a mysterious area in southwestern Vermont, by author Joe Citro, describing an area in which a number of people went missing between 1920 and 1950. Primarily known for the Battle of Bennington, the region is rich in historical events dating back to the 1700’s. Bennington is fertile ground for ghostly events, folklore and supernatural occurrences. The region is often referred to as the “Bennington Triangle” due to the many odd, unexplained happenings within its surroundings, buildings and nearby mountains. Native Americans consider Glastenbury Mountain “cursed” and used it strictly for burying their dead.  Locals believe that Native Americans regarded Glastenbury as “cursed” and avoided it, as well as tales of hairy “wild men” and other strange beasts in the woods.  They believed the land to be cursed because all four winds met in that spot. There is also mention in native American folklore of an enchanted stone which is said to swallow anything that steps on it.

Over the years there have been between 30-40 unexplained disappearances on the mountain.  It is known for certain that at least five persons from this area went missing, some of them on Glastenbury Mountain itself, between 1945 and 1950. These include 74 year-old Middie Rivers, 68 year-old James Tedford, 8 year-old Paul Jepson, 18 year-old Paula Welden, and 53 year-old Frieda Langer. Of these remains of only one was found, that of Frieda Langer.Over the years there have been between 30-40 unexplained disappearances on the mountain.  It is known for certain that at least five persons from this area went missing, some of them on Glastenbury Mountain itself, between 1945 and 1950. These include 74 year-old Middie Rivers, 68 year-old James Tedford, 8 year-old Paul Jepson, 18 year-old Paula Welden, and 53 year-old Frieda Langer. Of these remains of only one was found, that of Frieda Langer.

Most reports on the subject view the circumstances as mysterious, as her body turned up in some tall grasses in an area that had been searched extensively a number of times in the seven months between her disappearance and the discovery of the corpse in an area that had been searched many times, making it unlikely that the search teams had simply missed her. There were several strange circumstances surrounding these disappearances. These are just a few examples of people who have come up missing in the area.

Because of the wide ranges of age and gender of the missing persons, it is thought that the possibility of them being victims of a serial killer is unlikely. This, combined with a lack of any evidence to offer support for any more prosaic explanation, has led many to speculate on possible paranormal causes, including abduction by UFO occupants, “cross dimensional wormholes”, or attack by the “Bennington Monster.” The trails stop partially up the mountain, suggesting that no one goes up there.  When you walk into the woodlands of Glastenbury Mountain you don’t hear anything living, it’s as though even the animals don’t dare to venture there.


This is tied to the concept of the work by David Paulides, and the possibility of a time-space vortex which is becoming more supported by theoretical mainstream science.


Bennington Triangle / Glastenbury, VT - Documentary (Part 1 of 2)

MSG 802

Short documentary I made a few years ago when I was taking a documentary course in college. Its 20 minutes long split up into two parts on youtube. Its not really finished, I thought I was going to spend the time to re cut some of it but its been sitting on my hard drive for so long and I probably won't ever re cut the film. So I figured I would post in its current state. The editing needs to be paced better and I probably should have conducted some more interviews. When researching the Paula Welden case I found out she has two or three sisters and one who is supposedly still alive, I tried to track her down online to see if I could get an interview but couldn't really find anything. If anyone in fact knows hows to get in touch with current family members let me know and I would probably still be interested in going out to do the interview and posting it on here.

Feel free to leave your comments or critiques below. At the very least maybe the comment section below will spark up some new discussions on this topic?

For more information check out the trustworthy wikipedia pages!:


Bennington Triangle / Glastenbury, VT - Documentary (Part 2 of 2)

MSG 802


"If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten."
-- Tony Robbins


 The classy and alluring Marlene Dietrich


The Minds of Men - Full Interview of Dr. Breggin

Peter Breggin MD

This is Peter R. Breggin's interview with film makers Aaron and Melissa Dykes in the making of The Minds of Men, a documentary in which Dr. Breggin is featured. This is the whole unedited interview, presenting some of Peter Breggin's most inspired and engaging discussions about his life’s work and shows what motivated him to become such an avid lifetime reformer.  You will know him and understand his work much better after viewing this.

The film examines government-supported mind and behavioral control experimentation, including psychosurgery, electroshock treatment, and sensory deprivation. The film makers generously gave permission for Dr. Breggin to publish his entire uncut interview, most of which is being seen for the first time. The film is an extraordinary success, quickly reaching nearly one million viewers, and rising.

Dr. Breggin shares his feelings, thoughts and actions surrounding one of the most important accomplishments of his career: his successful international campaign to stop the world-wide resurgence of brain-mutilating lobotomy and psychosurgery. In the several segments, he describes his response to learning the truth about the hidden, devastating impact on children and adults and his discovery of the racist and political ambitions of leading psychiatrists and neurosurgeons.

Dr. Breggin describes harrowing and sometimes triumphant confrontations with powerful professional and political leaders, including Senator Ted Kennedy and top officials at the American Psychiatric Association, who did their best to stop his reform work. He describes how the experience made him into a lifelong reformer.

For detailed descriptions of Peter and Ginger Breggin's successful campaigns to stop federally-funded psychosurgical, eugenic and racist programs of behavioral control, see Psychiatry as an Instrument of Social and Political Control @

See also the full documentary for which this interview was conducted: The Minds of Men @


The Minds of Men | Official Documentary by Aaron and Melissa Dykes (12/16/18 - 2.5 million views)

Psychiaric Drug Facts (with Peter R. Breggin M.D.)

Peter R. Breggin MD facebook

Peter R. Breggin MD YouTube


Let It Be (Remastered 2009)

37,585,494 views - June 17, 2018

The Beatles



Prison Gangs- The Yard

1,372,397 views - August 16, 2019

GP- Penitentiary Life Wes Watson

276K subscribers

When you catch your first unlock to a California prison yard, you better think twice about every single move you make... In this video, Wes Watson shares what to expect when you walk onto a general population prison yard in California...

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I have something of a love/hate feeling towards this channel. The channel was taken down last year by YouTube for PC reasons, and has since moved to BitChute where he's in danger of being taken down due to copyright infringement possibly due to an active Reddit campaign. Even Noam Chomsky has long said, you either believe in free speech or you don't.


5G Is A Weapon - The Hidden Military Use of 5G Technology - The Hidden Truth

111,377 views - February 4, 2020

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Full Worm Moon

Monday evening/Tuesday morning

"Go out of the house to see the moon, and ’tis mere tinsel: it will not please as when its light shines upon your necessary journey."
-- Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.”
-- Mark Twain


The Current Flag for Pocatello, Idaho

To me, this looks more like a state flag, or a flag of the Rockies. Very unique.


Lollipop - The Chordettes


The Chordettes-Born to be with you. 1954



The comely Daisy Fuentes

Although apparently unbeknownst to her, she's a European-American; not Native, not African, not a mixture since virtually all Natives were wiped out very early on in Cuban history. It seems obvious that few Americans today will stand up and say that they're either English or Spanish (not the case with Scots or Portuguese). I worked with a woman once who was from Bolivia, but she didn't walk around saying that she was Bolivian. To her there was absolutely no ifs, ans, or buts about how she characterized herself.... ITALIAN.


Wineries in Alaska?

Of course, we know that Washington state has prolific wine producing regions. The same also for the more southern stretches of British Columbia. Yes there are wineries in Alaska, and even several in or around Fairbanks in central Alaska!

Alaska wine

Alaska wine refers to wine made in the state of Alaska. There are four wineries in Alaska, which produce mostly fruit wines made with fruits other than grapes. Some wineries produce an ice wine. There are no designated American Viticultural Areas in the state.

Alaska Wineries (8 wineries)

Wine grape grower hopes to make first Alaska-grown wine

Anchorage Daily News

Bell's Nursery owner Mike Mosesian is a fourth generation grape grower. After years of growing flowers, tomatoes, and table grapes in Anchorage, Mosesian decided to grow wine grapes. He hopes to produce the first Alaskan wine made from locally grown grapes.

Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: