World War 1 The Great War

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Post: # 199957Unread post Gary Oak »

From the little I know about psychology I do wonder if your subconscious mind wasn’t showing you things.


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I know it was, and a lot came to pass, but it's in the mind.
Like the shadow creatures I saw, mind, and a trick of the eyes along with sleep deprivation, fatigue, and likely lack of blood.
The shadows, some I recreated it by moving my eyes the same way, and not looking directly at the place.
I saw a lot of rat shaped creatures, and one almost human form.
The floaters in my eyes a lot where dark looking at the time, when I moved them with my eyes I saw more of the flashes of black speeding around the room.

Now the drugs I was coming off of after the stomach surgery was the worst trip, the walls melting, and sometimes in geometric patterns.
It was also a short trip through hell till I passed back out.

I saw a lot, and really wish I had someone who was a specialist in the subject that could help explain more.
Ketamine I think was one of the drugs they used on me, it is a hallucinogenic used in anesthesia.
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What an ordeal. I’m glad you got through this and are getting better. Many people have told me stories of floating above what was going on in the hospital, seeing everything but not being able to do anything but watch.
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For a good week I was messed up enough so I could see that stuff, and then I would annualize it when I was could.
The blue lights on the machines, and the one on the air vent on the ceiling did a lot of messing with me.
The bone rattling sounds of the medical pump tree thing did the sounds along with other people in the next rooms.

The floating I kind of did that while being rolled through the hall after stomach surgery, I could see myself being rolled through them.
I was only awake for a short time, and wasn't suppose to be, I was to wake up in my room.
I really don't do well with drugs, either they don't work, or store up, and work way to much in odd manners.

Oh, the foot warming creature, that was there for three days till I got the thermostat fixed in the room.
It was only a rolled up blanket, but it seemed real enough for a time, but odd it vanished after I got the cold out of there. :teehe:
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I am posting this motion picture of actual fighting in no man’s land as it is Rememberance Day in Canada.
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They should not be forgotten ever, just look at what they went threw, and the mass casualty rates.
For the time I could see the war for a population control measure by the elites, and for money grabbing,
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I think everyone knows the Christmas carol Silent Night. This article says that the song is about a Christmas truce in 1914 during the First World War. I didn’t know that. https://www.prophecynewswatch.com/artic ... ws_id=5802
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The Germans started it, they had to sing.
Gotta appreciate the feelings all of them had.

You know the sad part is the troops on both sides was worried about their officers punishing them, and making an example, so the shooting started back the next morning.
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These colourized videos really give a better idea of what it was like in World War One. I find that if I visualize myself there the scene really becomes alive.
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Gary Oak wrote: December 23rd, 2022, 12:13 pm I think everyone knows the Christmas carol Silent Night. This article says that the song is about a Christmas truce in 1914 during the First World War. I didn’t know that. https://www.prophecynewswatch.com/artic ... ws_id=5802
There are also reports that early in the war soldiers on either side of the western front would trade cigarettes and food back and forth across the trenches.

Early on I don't think the German, French and British soldiers saw the war as their fight. After all it started as a conflict between the Austrians the Serbs and the backward fucking Russians. Like all wars it was pointless and politically motivated. Worst of all, the political motivation for WWI was outdated and based on 18th and 19th century lmperialism. It was an unnecessary shit show from the very beginning.
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Gotta wonder if it would have happened if the Titanic would not have sunk, and Wilson letting the Federal Reserve back in the country.
Most those rich men knew better than let them back in, and the Reserve always makes money on wars.
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It might be a very different but far better world. The geniuses that created the American constitution I believe knew all about the the people who later connived Woodrow Wilson into selling the USA out as no doubt did the big shots that they killed on the Titanic. I don’t believe that it’s a coincidence that the bad guys in the movie Titanic were actually the good guys who wanted to prevent World War One and prevent the federal reserve and had the power to do so.
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Here’s some more colourised videos. They seem to really give a bit better feel for what it was like there then.
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Gary Oak wrote: January 5th, 2023, 10:56 pm It might be a very different but far better world. The geniuses that created the American constitution I believe knew all about the the people who later connived Woodrow Wilson into selling the USA out as no doubt did the big shots that they killed on the Titanic. I don’t believe that it’s a coincidence that the bad guys in the movie Titanic were actually the good guys who wanted to prevent World War One and prevent the federal reserve and had the power to do so.
Apparently I'm not the only one that came up with the theory.
I found this looking for more on Aster, I read once he was against the reserve.

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I didn’t know about the fire however there are a lot of other things that the narrator doesn’t appear to know. Some of which I wouldn’t dare say either.
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Here’s a new 13 minute video on Passchendael. This video exposes some details of the horrors of that battle and war. The movie Passchendael did a good job of showing what it was like then and there but some of these details are too horrible for the silver screen.
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I would have to shoot those men, and live with the haunting faces.
It's not a thing I would want to do, but I would because drowning, and suffering without a chance is so hard on people in those situations.
I would likely gain the name reaper, but I would wear it for them, someone needed to do that for them.
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Here’s a story from the eastern front. The massive death there was incredible. Definitely the Russians took a bite out of the Axis powers which no doubt helped us on the western front.

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