Conspiracy Theories ‘It’s So Easy!’; Watford Tricked into Contributing to Imperfect 6?

I’ve been listening to Guns N’ Roses Live at Perkins Palace 1987 while researching this, hence the heading. Rock music used to be my ‘religion’ back then, with football its ‘shadow’. Axl sounded great then, with a tirade about those who think they’re ‘rock stars’. Clubbing took over in the 1990s, while football emerged back into prominence, as I’ve mentioned here before.

My ‘Opposition’ Angle to Manchester Devil Conspiracy

So when I chose a university, I chose Leeds, as I’d supported United since 1970 (I know joking about chameleonising will probably confuse the matter, greenYgrey-style, making Leeds fans think I’m just trying to camouflage myself amongst them, getting benefits or safety, but it’s the ones that haven’t believed me that make me joke about it, and inspired my thoughts of ‘chameleonising’; the green and gold socks I had in Oz were probably down to price, although I might have also joked about them being Aussie, or helping me fit in, knowing my sense of humour, which was the same then: self-proclaimed genius with self-parody.

I never even bought any AC/DC or Rose Tattoo merchandise in Australia, despite being a fan since 1980, and being described as looking like Bon Scott, whose death had been instrumental in making me a rock fan, via singles of AC/DC with him singing re-released. I had a Guns N’ Roses t-shirt, as seen on the cover of the Guns N’ Roses Worker-Traveller, not seeing much further than them and American metal at the time

This season I’ve liked Manchester City in the Premier League because they’re playing the best football… and in sky blue. I know it’s silly, but I’ve always preferred blue to red. Ironically, that was the theme of the Gnomeo and Juliet movie that I watched recently!

My computer froze there; tech gremlins or devil dealing, I don’t know; and I’ve probably written enough for a blog anyway.

Vicarage Road Quietened by Red Devils Attempt at 666

I was going to write about my research into the 55 that Fred ‘the Red’ Manchester United mascot wears, but will save it to another day; I hope to survive until then.

I will just add that Manchester United got an imperfect 6 last night, with Watford scoring 2 of the 6 goals. Mourinho was disappointed that Manchester United hadn’t scored 5 or 6 by the time Watford started scoring after 70 minutes; maybe Mourinho wanted 6 by the 66th minute!?

 

 

 

 

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Mourinho Deals with Devil in Public Display, Captured by Match of the Day

I thought Manchester United might be trying to exorcise their demons after the David Icke fiasco brought their devil-dealing under public scrutiny, on this blog at least, but if anything it has made them more devil-may-care, as Mourinho was shown summoning the Devil to what could be considered a crossroads of his career meeting, captured on Match of the Day  BBCiplayer (U.K.).

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The plot thickened even further when I looked up the name of the mascot on Wikipedia, (Fred ‘the Red’), as I saw one of their first mascots, from 1905-09, was a certain ‘Billy the Goat’, whose preserved head is still on display in the club’s museum.

As David Icke said in his show, goat symbolism has had particular significance in the occult, copying the old pagan god Pan, who was half goat and half human. That developed into Baphomet, an occult deity said to have been worshipped by the Knights Templar among others.

Fred ‘the Red’ doesn’t have the numbers 666 on his back. He wears 55.

Disclaimer: I don’t believe there’s anything sinister really, and the above is mostly parody comedy to highlight how people look for the most sublime reasons for luck or bad luck in nature, while missing or ignoring something that has much more obvious significance if you believe in religion and the power of icons.

 

Coati Quality (Coality) Time at Iguazo Waterfall Photos

I had a nice day at the Iguazo waterfalls in 1994, with the bonus of meeting a friendly coati. I’d previously seen properly wild ones in the Pantanal, but this one looked used to human treats:

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You can see Iguazo best from afar in Brazil, and close-up in Argentina:

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South American Native People Photos

The Americas have had their problems, and rivalries, same as elsewhere in the human world. The native people have suffered the most, but are still surviving, and as I wrote previously, Evo Morales has become President of Bolivia since I visited. Here’s some photos of the native people in South America:

I think this one was taken on the way to the Colca Canyon to see the condors near Arequipa in Peru:

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A market in La Paz, Bolivia:

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A market in Ecuador:

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David Icke Satanism Talk stopped at Manchester United Devil Logo Ground: Conspiracy with a Twist

Having discussed Manchester United being nicknamed the Red Devils last week, with the devil dominating their club badge, I thought I’d check out what David Icke had said about such symbols, as I’d watched this video below before, and blogged about it, and had wondered why he hadn’t mentioned them then, as he talked about Satanic symbolism and alien controllers feeding off energy and emotion at big sporting and music events:

So I searched David Icke last night, and lo and behold, the two subjects of my interest appeared together straight away, with David Icke having been stopped from staging a performance at Manchester United a few days previously; the day after my blog post actually, although I had no idea about it.

I find it strange that David Icke would even try to stage it at Old Trafford, home of the Red Devils, after what he said in the above video: is he not creating the same kind of energy and emotion, and in a venue with the most obvious Satanic symbolism.

On a side issue, that reminded me that they’d found higher energy levels at some mountains they think could be ancient pyramids in Bosnia, recently featured on Unexplained Files… which is sponsored on Quest by my media provider, Virgin; as well as U.F.O.s the Lost Evidence, which has all the latest evidence, being made this year.

Moreover, Icke didn’t mention it in his complaints about it, instead framing it just as a freedom of speech issue. Is Icke not ‘connecting the dots’ as he likes to advise his audience?

That’s not a big criticism of Icke, whose videos I enjoy, and like the global religion history information, even if I don’t agree with all his theories.

There was no mention of this blog in any of the news media either, and my computer system’s had a couple of attacks/loss-of-internet in the last couple of days; the first blocked by my security provider and the second sorted out by me; hence the late post!

Although it was a heavenly sky blue day today as well, with a lovely yellow-looking sun!

Australian Snowy Mountains Fiction Followed Fact: My 1 Skiing Day

I’ve only skied one day in my life, and that was in Australia. I don’t think I even knew there was skiing in Australia until I went there, and maybe not even until the weekend was suggested. I’d flown into Darwin, and travelled east to Townsville before heading down to Sydney, but the Snowy Mountains was the farthest south I went.

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It was suggested by others on the trip, as most of the domestic ones I went on in and after university were. But all my creative writing is mine: I revisited the area just over twenty years later through fantasy rambling by mostly Google Maps and Wikipedia; along with memories of my travels in Werewolf of Oz.

In 1989 we stayed in Jindabyne, while the Werewolf of Oz highlights included characters from the Perishers cartoon strip in the Perisher Valley, berry poetry in Berridale and a pigeon cooing story from Western Australia re-emerging in Cooma, linking back to the start of the rambling storyline.

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Jindabyne Skiing, Snowy Mountains

Getting kitted out:

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It was the end of the season there, and the ski lifts etc weren’t working, so it was a case of hiking around and up the hills/mountains:

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And then skiing/falling down, reminiscent of Eddie ‘the Eagle’:

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We also had to walk across a river at the end of the day; I led the way, knowing a shower wasn’t far away!:

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Neuroscience Research Supports My Writing Search into My Own Brain

XaW Files: Beyond Humanity was the last of my fantasy fiction trilogy, with the greenYgrey as my protagonist and maybe muse; a star reflection. The writing process, inspired by a decade of travel to all the populated continents, and another twenty years of smaller trips; ten years of further education and the same amount of creative writing and learning; building on a lifetime of media absorption, a lot of it ‘counterculture’, was laborious and lengthy, feeling pressured and pushed; only by myself; to finish the greenYgrey story on a high, doing my project justice, and emulating the people from my demographic like members of Guns N’ Roses and Metallica, who’d started their creative lives raw and reached classic. I think I did that, with the help of the aurora borealis, which provided the perfect ending, as it often gives the ultimate of sky beauty.

Sky to Synapses (a junction between two nerve cells, consisting of a minute gap across which impulses pass by diffusion of a neurotransmitter)

If you think I’m being arrogant including a description for synapses above, it’s really because it’s one of those words I know a little about, but not that clearly myself – now double-negatives will say I don’t know what I’m writing about!

I don’t know that much about it, that’s true, just a documentary and articles knowledge, but I did try and look inside my own brain while writing XaW Files, searching inside for new ideas and stories. As I wrote at the start of Chapter 6, Episode 21:

Many nights on this journey
I have packed up my ramblers
feeling at a dead-end.
But a door has
always opened –
sometimes overnight:
before sleep
during sleep
after sleep
sometimes in the morning:
before starting to ramble
whilst preparing to ramble
after a few steps of rambling.
sometimes it has taken days:
especially at the end of chapters
plotting a suitable end, or researching
a new chapter, countries and cities.

Twilight Times of the Mind

I continued to describe the process inside my brain recalling thoughts from the hypnagogic time between wakefulness and sleep, also known as dozing, often after a coffee or two in the time I named coffilosophy:

This morning was like a usual day On The Road, not knowing what was in store for me, alone once more in a new location. Then I remembered some thoughts I had from that place between main and extra sleep; a hypnagogic place that seems like travelling through space, with bright lights reminiscent of reaching a new solar system, or passing through an asteroid belt.
Are they the bright sparks, light-bulbs of the moment, gold-dust like brain sperm, all trying to create new life ideas, but only one of each starburst able to find an egg.

Recent Article Names Lights as Biophotons

Then a few weeks ago I saw an article on Facebook from the educateinspirechange website naming those lights as biophotons, and moreover, led by a great greenYgrey image of them:

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While the lights may have contained the ideas that fuelled the greenYgrey trilogy, which ended with the similar lights from the sun, interacting with our planet’s magnetic field to create the northern and southern lights; as there are on other planets; I had most welcomed their ‘sight’ as a sign that sleep was returning, after maybe an hour or two of being awake.

I wondered if they were dopamine neurons, flying past my conscious mind to shut down the pre-frontal cortex, which is apparently the thinking part of the brain, to induce sleep.

I also wondered if they were pre-frontal cortex neurons returning home, having been shot backwards in my brain by whatever awoke me; or did they do the awakening, having not properly settled the night before; now they were falling back to their place in my brain, as dust settles on ground.

As I sometimes seem to feel the front of my head relax before sleep, as if the brain is following gravity to the pillow, as the head has done.

So I still have lots of questions about my own brain’s working, but that article did provide some more evidence, and nice images of the inner workings of our bodies.

Neuroscience seems to be answering a lot of the questions set by the counterculture theorists of the twentieth-century, as top mind-searching guru Dr. Timothy Leary noticed during his lifetime.

Recycle and Save Money… Oceans and Planet… but no Guaranteed Reward

The MIST (Midwinter Ideal Sunrise Times) months of November 21st to January 21st, either side of the shortest daylight day of December 21st, thus the latest sunrise time, got off to an old-fashioned greenygrey start, with low cloud giving the sun a lie-in, as if wrapped cosily, enjoying a lie-in.

I didn’t miss it, showing I am often up at the same time as the traditional 9am traditional start workers I think it is ideal for, and working by 9am as I am now, as this is the work I should be doing, researching and writing, as a PhD graduate.

I have seen some great sunrises this autumn, showing that the best things are often at times unpredicted and unexpected. The pinkyorange sun twilight time all day, on the last day of really mild weather here in Blighty, October 18th, was one of those. I thought at the time it was a good replacement for the predicted solar eclipse across North America in August that I’d been thinking of visiting.

Humanity is Real World Problem, but Not Your Fault (no more than 0.000000001%)

Looking on the greenYgrey other side of it, and the weather forecast is for an even wetter day tomorrow, it should show to all those who blame everything in the world on me and more practising pagans (I’m past perfect, for those who remember my joke that I’m not a practising pagan, I’m a perfect one, which was an early example of my self-parody; genius comedy that’s obviously gone to waste; or even been counter-productive, decoded as arrogant elitism!) that were (we’re) not in control of the world, and causing the increasing natural disasters; I’m being like King Cnut here, showing I can’t control nature (god)!

If anything ‘human’ has a contribution to the planet’s weather and ecosystem it is climate change, with severe warnings since at least 1992, as a recent Washington Post article reminded me. There were some bad years of flooding before I created the Greenygrey in 2005, with the autumn of 2003 particularly bad.

Times like that inspired the Greenygrey, rather than the Greenygrey causing them.

Blue Planet Primary (First-hand) Evidence

Blue Planet II has shown the effect it is having on the oceans, and especially plastics, which were a great human invention, but too good for the natural world apparently. Fish and mammals are already dying, as well as coral reefs, and scientists predict a lack of oxygen could suffocate marine life in mass extinction numbers. A recent research survey by Newcastle University scientists, reported in the media by papers such as The Telegraph, found plastics in all life they trawled from the deepest ocean on Earth: the Marianas Trench.

It’s still cool to be wasteful amongst the ‘poor’, and they are probably only getting in their share of destruction compared to ‘richer’ people who recycle more (I think that’s how they think too, and I thought like that from about 18-32 too, until computers, web and blogging made me think I could make more of a difference), but live in bigger houses and/or drive bigger cars. It’s kind of like hunting, where the poor think ‘if the royals and upper classes are doing it’; harking back to the ‘Robin Hood days’ when royals hunted and peasants starved. I welcome the efforts of Charles and William (and I guess Princess Kate is being great in the background) in trying their best, and pushing the boundaries towards conservation and environmentalism as far as they can.

My Narcissistic Side’s World View

If I thought I was important to the world, as part of me does, greenYgrey style, while the other half says I’m probably just imagining it, I’d write that I tried to live ethically during the greenYgrey years, the ‘Establishment’ seemed to react 1000s time against me, importing men and cultures who didn’t care anything about the environment, women, children and British class identity or fairness; as the ‘Establishment’ probably predicted, the majority of working-class and women were easily bought and groomed onto their side; while the counterculture left-liberals showed their folly by expecting a physical ‘revolution’ led by Russell ‘Pied Piper’ Brand.

To be fair to Brand, he is a vegan, so better than me in that animal welfare and environmental way. Some of my ‘counterculture friends’ openly spoke against animal welfare and the environment, as well as not caring about women and children, and still had a better standing in it than me; because they advocated open borders, humanity over everything, an Islamist view of the world. Anything that went against it was a ‘conspiracy’! They ignored the fact that the biggest ‘conspiracy’ was the grooming and rape of British children on an industrial scale by mainly Muslim gangs under the cover of Blair’s Multicultural Fascism.

Recycle and Save Money

To end on a bright note for the traditional working-class, who might think I’m neglecting them, Blue Planet and other documentaries like that show ‘nice mammals’ like dolphins going through an entire shoal of fish, such as lantern in a ‘boiling sea’ event filmed for episode 4. So don’t be guilty about your fish and chips today… but maybe its plastic container! Bring back the old-fashioned recycled newspapers!?

And if you want to save money and the environment, I recommend (not demand, anticipating the response from those who don’t believe in recycling, some of whom see themselves as controllers of counterculture!) using small plastic bags such as those in the supermarket for veg, potatoes etc for your ordinary refuse bins, putting them out more often, instead of buying big bin liner bags and having rubbish lying around for longer; and you can put recycling rubbish in without a bag, using the same bag all the time.

I watched an old Natural World with David Attenborough recently, and some of the constructions were incredible. However, it also showed prairie dogs eating all the vegetation around their communities, and then many dying off before the rains came to replenish the soil. So were (we’re) probably no worse than the rest of the animal kingdom, just that were (we’re) much more advanced. Ironically, insect kingdoms such as ants and termites are much more advanced than most animal; including ants recycling their waste, and termites building their stacks to make the most of the sun at cool times in the morning and evening, and least in the midday heat, ‘knowing’ to build them facing east-west, with the narrow part north-south; including our closest primate relatives according to evolution theory, who live a nomadic life rather than making homes at all. However, baboons were shown at the end using caves, providing possible evidence of humanity’s route from trees to cave walls.

I had some magic monkey moments while travelling, including with this wild capuchin in the Mayan Copan site in Honduras:

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And a ‘pet’ in one of the places I stayed in South America. I think it’s a pygmy marmoset, and hopefully a rescued one, but I can’t remember, or didn’t know:

Americas Bird Photos

Ben Fogle recently joked about watching birdlife with a double meaning of women on his programme New Lives in the Wild, so it must be okay, but I have no need to do it in this blog post, as it just features birds of the flying kind.

These photos were taken in the Santa Rosa park in Costa Rica’s north-west. I think I just found out twenty-three years later it’s a white-throated magpie jay, and a cover star of the park’s speciality birds. The name reminds me that I also saw beautiful blue jays and redolent red cardinals in North America.

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These were taken in Peru’s Colca Canyon, near Arequipa, below Lima. I stayed in a village near the canyon the night before, as the condors emerge early, getting a memorable view of the night sky in all its glory from the Andean mountains with little light pollution; the village didn’t have electricity, just using candles and torches for light. I saw this bird of prey first and thought it might be a condor:

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But when the condor arrived, it was so much bigger, I knew it was the real thing:

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These photos were taken in the Brazilian Pantanal wetlands. The first photo features parrots, and I think the second does too.

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