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#1 matjazz

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Posted 01 February 2008 - 11:16 PM

Very interesting movie - part 2 and 3 are realy shocking
Acording to this film history is very diferent from offical version esspecialy the reasons for events (wars)
Must see film - slovenian subtitles included

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Are we realy so much manipulated ? Why nobody tel this on TV, newspaper ? .... actualy its very sadly if it is true

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Posted 02 February 2008 - 02:04 PM

Are we realy so much manipulated ? Why nobody tel this on TV, newspaper ? .... actualy its very sadly if it is true

It might be largely true.
But it is said "religious institutions are at the bottom of the dirt", and I can't agree that all institutions are put equally down. Buddhism has never started any religious war, crusade, etc...

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Posted 25 June 2008 - 10:02 PM

Simmilar documentary/interview with antropologist Marcelo Messing about dark forces and what can we do about it.
SLO subtitles

http://video.google....mp;sitesearch=#

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Posted 01 July 2008 - 02:21 PM

I must say I liked Zeitgeist a lot, but this Mr. (in the second film), is talking about aliens manipulating with our DNA a few thousand years ago (this is what Realians claim, no?), and trying to completely enslave us by putting microchips under our skin. Hmmm...

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Posted 03 July 2008 - 02:52 PM

Zeitgeist also talk about microshiping in near future and warn us. :,(

David Icke, Zacharia Sitchin and others researchers of "forbiden history" talks also about annunaki, draco,... about beings who can "posses" a human
Of course they mostly talk about "bad" beings who control our planet via wars, terrors, (un)natural
disasters, ... and especialy about mind control via main media and also across all the structures (schoool , medicine, politics,..) but when they talk about evil ones also never forgot mention that there are also god ones ;)

I asking myself/others if there is any connection acording to buddhist cosmology (hungry ghosts, pretas , gods , semigods, ..) ?

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Posted 13 July 2008 - 08:14 PM

I asking myself/others if there is any connection acording to buddhist cosmology (hungry ghosts, pretas , gods , semigods, ..) ?

I found this on another forum, that gives some explanation. I think it's from a dictionary.

"gnod sbyin - Translation of the Sanskrit "yaksha" which literally means "One who malevolently harms".
I. Generally speaking, yakshas are a class of beings who assail and cause harm to humans. Because they are troublesome, they are taken as a whole as one of the eight classes of spirits. They are "officially" regarded as a class of gods living in the lowest level of the desire realm; two of the Four Great Kings are yakshas and there are many yakshas in the retinues of the Four Great Kings. Besides them in particular, there are many other types of non-human beings that can be harmful and who are given this name. Especially, there are many kinds of powerful spirits from the preta realm who either can manifest in the human realm or live in close connection with the human realm, who are intent on harming humans, and who are given this name. For example, the all of the different malignant spirits mentioned in European cultureà¢-”demons, goblins, trolls, nasty ghosts, etceteraà¢-”would be called yakshas in the Indian cultural context. Note that there are many non-harmful spirits of European culture which would not be included in this grouping, e.g., many elves and good fairies.
There are many types of yaksha just as there are many types of harmful spirits in the European tradition. A commonly mentioned sub-group of yakshas in Indian culture are the flesh-eating type who are called "rakshasa".




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