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Old 2 Weeks Ago #41
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jesus, how come i never get the predictive dreams? i almost never dream, and when i do, it's just me angrily explaining something to someone who CANNOT grasp it.

kind of like the waking hours
Those of us who get the predictive dreams, at least in my case, have no clue as to how we do. I'm rather certain lots of others don't know why they get them either.

The game was played at Athens, Georgia, November 13, 1972.

See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1971_A..._football_team

The unusual play came when Terry Beasley (Auburn wide receiver) caught a pass from Pat Sullivan (Auburn quarterback). Two Georgia defensive men were assigned to double team Beasley. That was when they ran into each other. Beasley scored. Final score, Auburn 35, Georgia 20. The score is in the Wikipedia link. It's not easy to pick out a 15 point spread win. I could not have done it without that weird as hell dream. And, it freaked out a lot of people. I have no control over the dreams. If I did, I'd be great at picking lottery numbers, stocks to buy or sell, etc. I only have won a few big scores in the stock market: however, I developed a mathematical system for that endeavor and it worked quite well for me. My good fortune in the stock market was based on a very sound mathematical system of my own development, and it certainly wasn't magic.
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Those of us who get the predictive dreams, at least in my case, have no clue as to how we do. I'm rather certain lots of others don't know why they get them either.

The game was played at Athens, Georgia, November 13, 1972.

See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1971_A..._football_team

The unusual play came when Terry Beasley (Auburn wide receiver) caught a pass from Pat Sullivan (Auburn quarterback). Two Georgia defensive men were assigned to double team Beasley. That was when they ran into each other. Beasley scored. Final score, Auburn 35, Georgia 20. The score is in the Wikipedia link. It's not easy to pick out a 15 point spread win. I could not have done it without that weird as hell dream. And, it freaked out a lot of people. I have no control over the dreams. If I did, I'd be great at picking lottery numbers, stocks to buy or sell, etc. I only have won a few big scores in the stock market: however, I developed a mathematical system for that endeavor and it worked quite well for me. My good fortune in the stock market was based on a very sound mathematical system of my own development, and it certainly wasn't magic.
yeah...i'm interested in that stuff, not stocks but betting.

but reason tells me if there were lots of people, or even a comparative few, who had useful predictive dreams, they'd show up in vegas very quickly.

but we dont see that. the guys who beat sports or stock are always the analysts who can fuck with the people the casinos hire on the technical level. that is, they have their own teams of experts who are in some cases better than those the book operators can put together.
 
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This probably could be explained rationally but it was an event that made me fundamentally question other people in a way that I didn't use to do.

It was in high school and I was studying German as my foreign language. I had missed the last class because of I was sick so I asked a guy that I considered to be a close friend of mine if we had any homework. He said no and the next week we went to the class, he had prepared a paper and the teacher asked me why I hadn't. It is possible that he was just forgetful but he was someone really serious with school and he did prepare his homework after all.

After that I understood that people lie and cheat on each others. I was still friends with him but it was never the same thing. I hate people who lie to me.
 
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Back in the 1980's, I was in the Army, stationed in West Texas and was with a buddy who had a trailer out in the boonies. It was on the weekend about 2 am or so, and we were watching TV, drinking beer and bullshitting. All the sudden, the TV picture goes out and we figured his TV antenna fell over or something. We went out to fix it and saw a blood red glowing round thing a couple hundred yards away just floating there. My buddy says, "Fuck this, I'm getting my shotgun." As soon as he said it, we froze and couldn't move. A few seconds later, the thing took off REAL fast. We went back in, locked the door and proceeded to get shitfaced drunk.

We talked about it a few times over the years and never did figure out what the fuck it was except that it was a UFO or something. We told a few people, but not too many because we figured people would think we were crazy or lying.
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Another time, I was stationed in Georgia, and our barracks were out in the swamps. They were those old open bay, grey cinder-block barracks probably built in WWII or the Korean war. Anyway, I have CQ (Charge of Quarters), where you're on duty for the night. You answer the phone, keep a log and occasionally walk around and check that things are locked and that no bullshit is going on. I let my Spec 4 sleep and I was reading the "Amityville Horror."

It's about 3 in the morning, and the only thing you can hear are crickets. I read a part that said the sign of the demon Beelzebub was the sound of flies and a sickly sweet smell. I had read something similar about a week before and started to get creeped out. You know, when the hair on the back of your neck starts tingling. Anyway the Battalion OD, walks in and I never heard him coming. This happened right while I'm being creeped out, the door flies open and the OD walks in. I jumped up and almost screamed like a little girl. It scared the living shit out of me for a couple of seconds. Looking back, it was hilarious, but not funny at the time.
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This probably could be explained rationally but it was an event that made me fundamentally question other people in a way that I didn't use to do.

It was in high school and I was studying German as my foreign language. I had missed the last class because of I was sick so I asked a guy that I considered to be a close friend of mine if we had any homework. He said no and the next week we went to the class, he had prepared a paper and the teacher asked me why I hadn't. It is possible that he was just forgetful but he was someone really serious with school and he did prepare his homework after all.

After that I understood that people lie and cheat on each others. I was still friends with him but it was never the same thing. I hate people who lie to me.
i have to do an epiphanies thread...very important... i have had this idea for years but wanted to do it right. this is making perfect enemy of good, but sometimes it's worth it.

your story reminded me of my own german story. i studied it in high school. i used to help this guy near me with german (sitting near me). the teacher gave him an A and me an A-. always wondered about that. one of a number of reasons i have little respect for teachers generally, public school teachers in particular, and academia overall. it's definitely an area where most of the time the there are no clear standards. when you're not a go-along type, or super popular, you simply cant win in this type of system.
 
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This probably could be explained rationally but it was an event that made me fundamentally question other people in a way that I didn't use to do.

It was in high school and I was studying German as my foreign language. I had missed the last class because of I was sick so I asked a guy that I considered to be a close friend of mine if we had any homework. He said no and the next week we went to the class, he had prepared a paper and the teacher asked me why I hadn't. It is possible that he was just forgetful but he was someone really serious with school and he did prepare his homework after all.

After that I understood that people lie and cheat on each others. I was still friends with him but it was never the same thing. I hate people who lie to me.
most people are not thinking about interesting objective things but about other people - and very often how to drag them down or somehow get ahead of them. the very best people are able to collect great people, form teams, and make the most progress. for average above average people, often being alone is the best they can do, depending on their personality and circumstances. if they dont get the upside, they at least avoid the downside, and have time and space ad quiet to think.

if you look at the lower elements of white-humanity, what i call the proles, it takes about ten of them to form a full person because owing to their lack of brains (mostly), they are constantly doing things that land them in the hospital or jail or some other trouble that they have to rely on the other parts of their ganglion to get out of.

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Back in the 1980's, I was in the Army, stationed in West Texas and was with a buddy who had a trailer out in the boonies. It was on the weekend about 2 am or so, and we were watching TV, drinking beer and bullshitting. All the sudden, the TV picture goes out and we figured his TV antenna fell over or something. We went out to fix it and saw a blood red glowing round thing a couple hundred yards away just floating there. My buddy says, "Fuck this, I'm getting my shotgun." As soon as he said it, we froze and couldn't move. A few seconds later, the thing took off REAL fast. We went back in, locked the door and proceeded to get shitfaced drunk.

We talked about it a few times over the years and never did figure out what the fuck it was except that it was a UFO or something. We told a few people, but not too many because we figured people would think we were crazy or lying.
When my father was a boy, he was climbing over a fence when a fireball came out of the sky & hit the ground. Also, in the late '60s in a nearby burg, another glowing ball was seen hovering over a grave; this account was in the local paper.
 
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Speaking of flies, back in the early '80s, we had an infestation of them that was nothing short of incredible: hundreds of the filthy black bastards clustered together on my bedroom door; this happened 2 years running, but never again.
 
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most people are not thinking about interesting objective things but about other people - and very often how to drag them down or somehow get ahead of them. the very best people are able to collect great people, form teams, and make the most progress. for average above average people, often being alone is the best they can do, depending on their personality and circumstances. if they dont get the upside, they at least avoid the downside, and have time and space ad quiet to think.

if you look at the lower elements of white-humanity, what i call the proles, it takes about ten of them to form a full person because owing to their lack of brains (mostly), they are constantly doing things that land them in the hospital or jail or some other trouble that they have to rely on the other parts of their ganglion to get out of.
This guy wasn't a prole, though, middle-class just like me and well-behaved. Smart and fairly athletic. Decent-looking. Nothing stood out about him.

I did observe him closer after that incident and I am pretty certain there was something off about him. He was a bit distanced, you know? Could be real personable and funny but you never really got to know anything about him as a person on a deeper level. I was with him for five days a week during four or five years and can't tell you any deep details about the guy.
 
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This guy wasn't a prole, though, middle-class just like me and well-behaved. Smart and fairly athletic. Decent-looking. Nothing stood out about him.

I did observe him closer after that incident and I am pretty certain there was something off about him. He was a bit distanced, you know? Could be real personable and funny but you never really got to know anything about him as a person on a deeper level. I was with him for five days a week during four or five years and can't tell you any deep details about the guy.
it is odd. what's the simplest explanation that explains his behavior? that might be the right one.
 
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Probably that he thought that I had faulted him somehow and he wanted to get back at me.

Or...that he was a full-fledged psychopath! on the hunt for me.

The truth might be somewhere in between.
 
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Probably that he thought that I had faulted him somehow and he wanted to get back at me.

Or...that he was a full-fledged psychopath! on the hunt for me.

The truth might be somewhere in between.
Excuse me, Robbie, I don't want to put you in an uncomfortable spot, but I really want to ask you why you think you didn't simply ask this person why he had done this thing to you at the time it happened?
 
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I think I did, I just don't think I remember the answer. He probably denied the whole thing.

And Jimmy, we Nordics don't confront each other left and right.
 
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Probably that he thought that I had faulted him somehow and he wanted to get back at me.

Or...that he was a full-fledged psychopath! on the hunt for me.

The truth might be somewhere in between.
he just saw a cheap n easy way to get ahead of you. is how it looks to me from the outside, not knowing the guy. people are mostly pretty shitty. unfortunately.

around people...never relax. because all people have an inner core of nigger!
 
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Yeah, whatever. It was just a thing I found really odd in my history, haven't really thought about it since then 'til this day.

Let's go back to the ghosts and poltergeists. And the dwarfs that come crawling out of the woodworks to rape you each night.
 
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I think I did, I just don't think I remember the answer. He probably denied the whole thing.

And Jimmy, we Nordics don't confront each other left and right.
Yeah, that's what I wondering, if maybe it was a cultural thing. And, then I began to ask myself what I would have done in your situation and why and I'm not certain that I know.

I think in my case my response or non-response would be variable, but when I ask myself what the determinants of those variables would be, I can't come up with a clear definition, which is why I wanted to get your ideas. I'm still not clear on it, but thanks for your candor.
 
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I can't think of much or anything that has happened to me that I would classify as inexplicable, but yesterday came about as close to it as anything else. I got a call out of the blue from a BBC film crew that was in Portland to cover the Russell Courtier murder trial. The court was in temporary adjournment and they wanted to know if they could interview me for a television documentary on race relations in America. I agreed and we filmed for about three hours. I found it exhausting, but derived a strong sense of satisfaction from having accepted the challenge. I'll post a link on the forum when it airs.
 
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Okay, now the inexplicable appears to have happened. Yesterday, I thought I was just riding an emotional high from the previous day's interview with BBC which focused heavily on the natural roles played by hate and violence in response to White genocide. While on a mid-morning walk with my wife yesterday I confided to her that i felt as if I could feel some gigantic cosmic gears shifting and that some heavy pro-White action was in the works. This was an extremely atypical sentiment for me to have expressed and I was even further startled when I woke up this morning to news of the Christchurch retribution.
 
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I can't think of much or anything that has happened to me that I would classify as inexplicable, but yesterday came about as close to it as anything else. I got a call out of the blue from a BBC film crew that was in Portland to cover the Russell Courtier murder trial. The court was in temporary adjournment and they wanted to know if they could interview me for a television documentary on race relations in America. I agreed and we filmed for about three hours. I found it exhausting, but derived a strong sense of satisfaction from having accepted the challenge. I'll post a link on the forum when it airs.
Which I have no doubt they intended. I can just hear some hebeBC kike shot-caller now:

"You're in Oregon, so ask to interview Jimmy Marr: he'll talk - and he just had a heart bypass; maybe the excitement & stress will kill the Nazi piece of shit....
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If they didn't actually say it, they THOUGHT it.
 
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