"And I'll tell it and think it and speak it and breathe it, And reflect it from the mountain so all souls can see it"
We all know that "millennium" comes from the Latin words "mille" and "annus" and means a thousand years. The word "millenium" comes from the Latin words "mille" and "anus" and means something else. This web site is devoted to the millenium of sites which don't deserve a place on the Web. We are not putting them on a pedestal - we are offering them a stool.
Annual flu shot today and my immune system is busy doing its job of building up all the resistance it needs. (This is what anti-vaccination liars call "Getting the flu from the vaccine", something which is of course impossible when dealing with a vaccine made from virus fragments, not a live virus. They know this. They have been told this. They lie, because that's what liars do.)
Because of this temporary self-induced "illness" I'm taking it easy and resting, so all you are getting this week is a joke.
I've written a lot of short articles and news items here over the last two decades. Each week a couple of these pieces will be randomly selected and displayed at the bottom of the week's update. They might not always still be relevant, but that's the way history works.
Some random pieces of history
Numerology(6/1/2007) In November last year I wrote to the President of the Australian Vaccination Network with my own question about a question she was proposing as a seminar topic. Her topic question was "Overvaccination - Are 50 vaccines by school age too many?", and I wondered where she got the number 50 from. Over the Christmas break I have been practising my skills in certain arcane arts, and I have discovered the answer to my question through numerology. Here is the derivation of the number 50 when used to count vaccines given before a child reaches school age.
Number of occasions on which vaccines are administered:
Chiropractors are unhappy! Sob, sob!(13/7/2013) Some of my friends appeared in a television show this week about chiropractic. Chiropractors are not happy, because the show wasn't a complete pander to their delusions of making a meaningful contribution to public health.
I congratulate the ABC Catalyst program for presenting a balanced view of this form of quackery. My opinion about this nonsense is well known, so I will allow the video to stand on its own for now. I will however make special mentions of Dr Mick Vagg's wonderful statement about how we don't turn to magic carpets because planes crash, and how could I resist another distribution of Mr John Cunningham's lovely facepalm.
They lie. Then they lie again. And again.(24/4/2021)
In 2015 a pyramid scam operator called Lyoness managed to crawl through a loophole in the law (a loophole that had been used by a company that sued me - one of the things that company didn't like was my pointing out the loophole they were using). In 2019 they changed the company name to Cashback World (if it's all about cash it's hard to deny the "pyramid" tag). I've now found out that they have changed names again, with the current iteration being myWorld. It's still the same old scam, but even the worst house can be tarted up for sale with a fresh coat of paint to hide the rot and termite damage, some new carpets and some cheap furniture.
I've never assumed for a picosecond that the operators of pyramid schemes have any morality or concern for the people they deceive and steal from, and continual name changes are just part of the strategy to keep more marks coming in, unaware of any history of the scamsters they're dealing with.
April 2001 wasn't a very special month. It was a month with an "r" in the name, but that often happens. It only had thirty days, but so hath September, June and November. There were loons, of course, and Quintessence of the Loon paid them some attention.
Here are some memories from April 2001.
The Aetherius Society I like a good synthesis almost as much as I like a good conspiracy. Here is a grand synthesis of religion, yoga and UFOism. Not just any old religion, mind, you, but all major religions. It is remarkable enough to hear that the differences between Catholicism, Orthodoxy and Protestantism have been resolved, but it seems that Islam and Judaism have been reunited with Christianity into a single descendant of the traditions of Abraham and Moses. When the eastern religions are included, not to mention the animist, voodoo and other world belief systems then we can all go to Nirvana. Or whatever it will be called. I can imagine a Hindu Pope looking out across a sea of humanity in St Peter's Square, all of them with their knees behind their ears in the "Position of the Probe" as small, grey men with large eyes move among the congregation taking up a collection (and some subjects and samples). Simultaneously, 30 million Anglicans queue up to bathe in the Ganges while Taliban choristers sing hymns by Wesley and flying saucers full of saffron-robed monks swarm overhead. A lone Rastafarian is heard to say: "Ganges? What's this Ganges, mon? They told me the ganja was a mile wide here."
The Chinese Pyramids - An Extraterrestrial Legacy A few years ago, the Chinese used to try to copy things made elsewhere in the world and then manufacture them more cheaply. "Made in China" became a sign of poor quality. It was not always like that though, because it seems that it was in China that the first large scale pyramids were built by the extraterrestrials. This technology was later exported to Egypt and the Americas, although the ETs had to do it themselves because the Chinese did not like to travel too far. It is very significant, however, that the current Chinese government have chosen a pyramid site to launch rockets. Perhaps there are secret instructions for rocket power inside the pyramid. We will never know, because the area is off-limits. The US tries to hide Area 51, and have you noticed that there is almost never a Number 51 on the menu at the Chinese takeaway?
UFO Research Queensland - The Gympie Pyramid You thought that all the ET pyramids were in Egypt or the Americas, didn't you? That was until you read a moment ago about the Chinese ones. Well, here's more news. There were (and still are) pyramids in Australia. I haven't seen the Gympie pyramid because it is on private land and the owner doesn't want people wearing it out by looking at it. I would suspect that it was a myth except for the conclusive evidence of a petrified ET that was found near Gympie. Just look at that picture and tell me you don't believe that creatures like this once roamed across Queensland. Or perhaps they hopped. Maybe they taught the kangaroos how to locomote. Someone must have, things like that don't just evolve. Gympie has several fine Chinese restaurants. Think about it. By the way, if you add 666 to the first three digits of the Gympie postcode and divide the sum by 51, you get a number which is almost exactly seven times pi. Accidental? I think not!
Sadly, it looks like the landowner has extended his ban on looking at the pyramid to looking at web sites about the pyramid. This just strengthens the truth of its existence, as any conspiracist will tell you.
QUFD: Einstein's Legacy! You may not have heard of Quantum Unitary Field Dynamics (QUFD), but, as it says on this site in magenta writing on a green background, "This document may very well be the MOST IMPORTANT THING THAT YOU HAVE EVER READ IN YOUR ENTIRE LIFE!!!" And it only takes 37 hours to read it, and 135 million people already have! This is an extension of the work of Einstein, answering the questions that were too hard for him. I can't do better than quting the site where it says: "This is what Jerome has done! Father Jerome, theoretical researcher of the famous FIWD Institute, London (OA/OWB), using the very principles that were developed for condensed states of matter (corporeality), HAS NOW APPLIED THOSE same principles TO INCORPOREALITY, the Quantum Forces/Fields themselves! In doing so, Jerome does no more than to take Bose-Einstein's research (as well as that of other BEC researchers since Bose-Einstein), and, in applying it to a BIG PICTURE "model" of consciousness, has thusly created a PHILOSOPHICAL MODEL, and Formulation, OF that very same, elusive, solution which Einstein had sought - A QUANTUM UNITARY FIELD!".
PROPHECIES, a Word Art from Good Works On Earth There are lots of clichés about words. "A picture is worth a thousand words", "weasel words", "you took the words right out of my mouth". Well, mark my words, the author of this site is a man of few words and believes that action speaks louder than words. For that reason he has decided from the word go that this page will not be a play on words but will be one-thousandth of a picture and only use one word. In a word, this page is about all the prophecies that can be made from the word "prophecies". A word to the wise is required, though. When someone says to you "I see prophecies rise so I hope prophecies sire hopes", these are not idle words. After all, remember "Seer is cohere". Mark those words.
T. Casey Brennan Homepage This is just one of the many sites dedicated to T. Casey Brennan, comic strip writer and president murderer. When I was studying psychology years ago, I remember some lecturer asking "do you remember where you were when you heard that Kennedy had been shot?" and some fool in the class, trying hard for an "F" grade, thought he was funny and said "I wasn't born then". Well, Brennan, or "TCB" as he is known to his friends, knows where he was, because he was doing the shooting. Since then, it looks like the spooks have tried to control his mind. I think they were trying to make him forget, but he has thwarted them. The truth can be told. Forget the second gun, the grassy knoll, the rumours that Jackie did it. TCB knows! In an interesting aside, in 1989 Bill Clinton congratulated TCB for his stand against smoking. Little did Bill know that TCB killed presidents. Little did TCB know what Bill was later to do with a cigar.
True Life in God - Vassula Some people tell us that the practice of letter writing is in decline. Before the invention of the telephone and the internet, people used to write to each other, and any good bookshop or library has books which contain the selected letters of famous people. Even collections of the correspondence of ordinary folk help to illuminate history for us by showing us what life was like in other times and what it was that worried, amused and encouraged people we can never speak to. One thing that has always been missing is correspondence that reveals the thoughts of some of the major influences on our culture. We know Shakespeare only through his published works, and we know Jesus only through the words of others, written years after the event and in many cases by people that never met Him. How lucky it is then that Vassula has been able to show us letters from Jesus. The wonderful thing is that she didn't have to search dusty caves in Galilee looking for 1st century filing cabinets. She corresponds with Him now. Vassula has aroused a "small amount of amazement" in the Catholic Church. She does the same for me.
This site triggered Loon of the Month in April 2001. The citation said:
Loon of the Month
I am aware that people rarely expect the Inquisition (whether Spanish or not) but when it turns up, who am I to disagree with the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith? If the official Vatican rule interpreters think that Vassula causes the faithful a small amount of amazement then I will also be sufficiently amazed to award her a Loon of the Month citation.
I was told during the week by a chiropractor that cases of concussion should be immediately treated by chiropractic adjustment to limit any damage. I had a fall a couple of years ago and I spent a night in hospital being regularly checked for signs of concussion. If at any time I had felt the need to consult a chiropractor I would have interpreted that as evidence of deeper brain damage and demanded a scan to see what had gone wrong.
Interestingly, the "rules" covering what chiropractors can say or do would making such a claim an offence. Action by the Chiropractic Board of Australia (a body recognised by the government as some sort of legitimate medical oversight board) would have been an immediate "Please don't say that", just as they have done when any chiropractor has broken the rules in the past.
And here's something amazing. Chiropractors like to be addressed as "Doctor" and put "Dr" in front of their names, despite not being actual medical doctors of any kind. The amazing thing is that the title "Chiropractor" is a protected term under the law, meaning that only people with the relevant qualifications can call themselves that, but "Doctor" is not protected and anybody can use the title.
April 17, 2021
Brief one, because I'm all vaxxed up(17/4/2021)
I had my first dose of the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine yesterday and apparently these are the top side effects reported in the clinical trials:
muscle or joint pain (44%)
That's three ticks from me, so I'm having a day of rest instead of doing lots of updating here. As the top side effect of a COVID-19 infection is being dead I'm prepared to put up with the inconvenience of the shot.
As any anti-vaccination liar will tell you, vaccines are never tested with large number of subjects, so I assume the 23,745 subjects in this trial were just something that the vaccine makers made up. One particularly egregious liar told me unequivocally that there have never been any double-blind, placebo controlled randomised trials of any COVID vaccine. Ever. When I referred him to this report on the trial of the vaccine I received he moved the goalposts so fast that the image blurred.
Sometimes, however, the lies are so transparent that you wonder how anyone could believe them. After I had my shot yesterday I found the object below on the floor of my car. It is obviously a 5G nanochip antenna that possibly fell out of the injection wound on my left arm.
And how do I know it's a 5G nanochip with an antenna on the end? Because someone posted a picture of one of these things to Facebook a couple of weeks ago (his was swimming in liquid) and said that it had been extracted from the vaccine in a syringe. The doctor who administered my shot yesterday used a syringe with a needle much too thin to transmit one of these, but he probably knew that I already had five of these tracking devices installed in my car by the man at the tyre shop who moved my tyres onto the new alloy wheels I bought a few weeks ago. Now that Bill Gates knows where I take my car perhaps he can help me solve the problem I have with Windows 10 Updates not installing properly.
Sane people ask "How can anyone believe this sort of rubbish?". I don't know the answer to that. Maybe there isn't an answer.
But what if …(17/4/2021)
… I'd been given the RastaZeneca vaccine instead. Would that mean I could listen to reggae music through my 5G implants? I know what would have been recommended to ease any pain at the injection site, and it wouldn't have been paracetamol.