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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

So when someone goes off emotionally charged, misapplying logic or reasoning, and all sort of noise ideas are generated and then promulgated, that's a problem. I think anons would do well to consider limiting that sort of phenomenon to be a central part of our work.

I could talk for hours about this subject. This is an extremely important spiritual consideration that anons in particular need to be aware of.

In short, we err by either not thinking for ourselves about an issue (normies), or we err by thinking about an issue then becoming emotionally invested in our theory because it's "ours" and we're special. The former is a Satanic bias, the latter a Luciferic bias. Sounds scary, but it's not. We're all influenced by many spirits (concepts).

Hope I didn't get too weird on you there. Lol :)

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

Agree generally. We could make some formula for it.

requisite attention = (probability of signal vs noise) * (impact if true)

Both variables are low here, so imo, low attention is called for. The symbol is likely benign and even if not, its low impact because we already know Klaus is a baddie.

But I do think it's good to avoid mistakenly assigning a zero value to things like this. Requisite attention is nonzero here, but still very low, imo.

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +2 / -1

https://www.bitchute.com/video/VlUXg1Hv2Z0B/

His main mission in life was to wake people up ahead of time so that some people might be awake during our time. Our time is the "main event" where global tyranny is to attempt to gain foothold through healthcare. He also predicted many (many) other things that have come to pass.

Our era is the last stand for materialism (disbelief in anything non-physical, atheism). From here on out people will awaken more and more to the spirit.

No matter how good his track record is, I wouldn't have wasted my time listening to him if the spirit didn't repeatedly bash me over the head with him until I acquiesced.

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truthyDOTchurch 3 points ago +3 / -0

Dude we know you well enough now to know that you believe a lot of fantastical stuff yourself. There's nothing wrong having out-there beliefs, but it's very hypocritical to call out someone else's beliefs if you do.

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

Dons_Johnson's suggestion looks more like it. But the Chiappa Rhino also looks pretty cool.. and it's real.

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't put much value in it either. Just something to go "hm" at. Glad it was posted here so I could hm at it.

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's not the point either. People pointed this out because it's Klaus Schwab standing under a friggin swastika. It could definitely be a loud dog whistle.

Kids and stuffed bears with panda eyes aren't always symbols of pedophilia either, but Balenciaga is sure taking heat over it right now.

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +2 / -1

The soul exists outside of the physical. But what happens in the physical can alter the soul and spirit. We're here in the physical in order to improve our souls and spirits.

It's foretold from over 100 years ago that a vaccine will be mandated in our time, or very close to it, that will prevent those under the age of around puberty from developing their spirits. It's very likely that they will be unable to have spiritual conceptions and communications. They will exist as group souls for an inconceivably long time after death. Group souls are those who have not individuated. Who have not freed their mind from groupthink. Who have not developed their unique identity. NPC's. Hivemind people.

Unfortunately there's no way I can prove this to you. But I would not risk speaking about something this serious if I weren't extremely certain this were the case. Doing so could be very damaging to my own soul.

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truthyDOTchurch 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just about everyone knows that the Nazis didn't introduce the swastika.

That's not the point. Multiple meanings exist.

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truthyDOTchurch 8 points ago +8 / -0

What kind of revolver is that I need it

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truthyDOTchurch 0 points ago +1 / -1

Some of you are prophets. Some of you will be prophets. The Bible suggests that we should want to be prophets. Ask to be one, if that sounds fun to you.

"Follow after charity, and desire spiritual gifts, but rather that ye may prophesy."

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

Freedom is what matters. One can freely take guidance. Going it alone will result in being alone. Far, far away. Lost, with nobody to guide you home.

There's zero reason to eschew guidance, beyond arrogance.

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

You don't want your "I" to die. That's the you part of you. You just want to perfect it. Become less dense so you can rise. If you destroy your ego, you become a non-ascending NPC.

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truthyDOTchurch 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not all of the church wants to remain earth-bound. Seems to me that's the whole point. Where is Heaven? Earth?

How did we get to Earth? The fall of man? What is the reverse of fall? Ascend?

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

From ABC news, first to introduce mRNA into mice and to human cells in a dish. Seems pretty fair for him to say he was at the forefront of the tech.

"Dr. Felgner invented the first lipid nanoparticle. Malone mixed the fatty bubbles with messenger RNA, and together, they showed the mixture could spur human cells in a dish to make proteins.

Malone later joined Felgner at Vical, where they were the first people to introduce these fatty bubbles carrying mRNA into mice. Malone and Felgner are listed on several papers and patent filings together."

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, of course, since he says things that sound right, the base assumption is he's legit. I'm super open to being wrong though, if you have anything (other than allegations of padding his resume).

Not sure if you're being sarcastic by calling him a keeper of great knowledge since you're calling him an average grifter nobody in the same paragraph.

Anyone who's speaking out, especially in biology, should be applauded.

The lawsuit sounds wacky though so I'm all ears. Ready when you are.

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truthyDOTchurch 2 points ago +2 / -0

Whether or not viruses exist, 99.9999% of scientists believe they do exist. I know researchers who do virus research and engineering all day, every day, and are not knowingly engaging in fraud. Scientists design viruses for various reasons, like creating viral vectors for gene modification, in multiple labs per state, across the US. It's a huge thing. If you went to college, it probably happens at your college.

Maybe somehow they're all paid to do this while unbeknownst to them they're pouring random liquids back and forth in test tubes or something, but they definitely think viruses are real.

Why would Malone be any different?

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

He seems like a legit truther to me. Why you think he's a fraud?

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

Makes me think of Chris Yoon, who I have nothing against. I like him. He will probably read this. Updooting would make that more likely.

Chris is a Christian youtuber who often states what's going to happen and when. His prophecies and predictions are clearly based on theories he reads from anons, but he doesn't state that outright. He gets a little carried away and gets it wrong, often. It's not a good look for Q.

To Chris, or any other budding prophets. Prophecy is living word. It is not set in stone, because stones are dead. Living word stays connected to the tree of life. It does not fall to the ground. It's always in motion. Always changing; becoming. X will happen on Y date is not prophecy.

That said, Q or fake Q is wrong here. Some of you are prophets. The rest of you should ask to become prophets. "Follow after charity, and desire spiritual gifts, but rather that ye may prophesy."

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

Normies: We're just a pale blue dot

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +2 / -1

Earth centered planetary orbits are much more beautiful. Google them.

Tycho Brahe is the most correct though. The planets orbit the sun, which orbits us.

We are actually important. The whole universe is counting on us. Sorry everyone, you matter.

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +2 / -1

Maybe we should go with our physical viewpoint then.

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truthyDOTchurch 1 point ago +1 / -0

Percepts are sense impressions that mirror real concepts. Our physical bodies are mirroring devices.

People think of mirrors as things that flip an image. What they really do is present a lower-dimensional image of something real, from the mirror's perspective. They take away depth.

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