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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 10:49

What about that Horned dude embroidered on his shoulder Twisted Evil Very Happy
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 28 Jan 2013, 05:10

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Post  tgII on Mon 28 Jan 2013, 05:29

re: Baretta contract with U.S. Military

When I noticed that news a few months back I immediately did several searches to
confirm whether this was in fact the case in which the Vatican Bank was invested in
the oldest gun manufacturer in the world.

The U.S. Military some years ago and more recently, switched over to Baretta to
replace the American manufactured Colt .45 ACP. Wonder who in the
Vatican/Catholic network through Georgetown had insiders who were able to obtain
the contract on that lucrative sale for Baretta 9mm for the U.S. Military?

At Georgetown is where you will find lawyers who specialize in coordinating
government contracts with private industry.

Probably just after the switch, no wonder the Vatican Bank was invested in Baretta?

Story seems to hold.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 02 Feb 2013, 03:17

from couple days back, i thought id seen big rising full moons before, but nothing like this one from the bottom of the world (or top)

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Re: Pic of the Day

Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 03 Feb 2013, 02:27

"alright, who's first, motherfucker?"

that ones not for shellshots, its for trap 2 intrusions and training
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Post  tgII on Sun 03 Feb 2013, 23:04

Didn't Dick Cheney "accidentally" shoot some guy on a bird hunt in Texas?

Here's Mao, he also liked the idea of power coming out of the muzzle of a gun.



Joe appreciated fine workmanship too.

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 14 Feb 2013, 09:03

Oscar Pistorius Held 'For Shooting "Model" Girlfriend'



His Excuse = I thought she was a burglar = I dont think he has a leg to stand on with that one



A lot of sponsors and powerful moneyplayers have invested a lot of money in the fastest man with no legs , therefore he may get of with this incident with said excuse , but sounds dubious, a man that has continually tried to compete against able bodied men may have brought that "obsession" into the bedroom and paranoia could have spiralled

Cant really comment too much on the frustrations he must have to live with , but even although plenty of people have felt that urge , murder is crossing the line , unless it was an accident , hmm , sounds like a fast panic excuse before he could get advice
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Post  tgII on Thu 14 Feb 2013, 09:20

He doesn't have a leg to stand on. What an asshole. Shoots a woman. Geezuz.


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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 14 Feb 2013, 11:16

Even if an accident it is at least involuntary manslaughter.

And then any civil suit the family of the victim may wish to file for monetary compensation.
Civil suits have lesser requirements to achieve a guilty verdict. Just ask OJ.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 15 Feb 2013, 15:10

Straight up crime of intense jealousy or betrayal , 4 shots to make sure it did not happen again but his lifes over too, reports say he found out the chick had a secret affair , sort of the alexjones piersmorgan scenarion , if the guy wasnt a gun fanatic and had them by his side , he probably would have slapped her about but at least she may have lived to leave him
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Post  Sputnik on Fri 15 Feb 2013, 16:01

I lived in south africa for a year in 1994.

A lot of white males there have guns and are >extreme< macho. usually they are used to hate on blacks...

or: on their girl friends / wifes.

no shit -- iv'e never seen such abuse towards women by white men then in South Africa, so...

for me it's no surprise -- some of'em are just real arseholes..
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Post  Sputnik on Fri 15 Feb 2013, 16:22

maybe he is just a shameful prick - i find it hard to keep my humor when talking about murder of women for no other reason than because they seem to be suitable as a buffer for whateverthefuck.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 15 Feb 2013, 22:42

looking at the stuff dug up on his behaviour , hes been displaying the characteristics of someone on amphetamine or steroid fuel

if he found out she had been humping an able bodied guy or if she even joked about someone else she fancied to him , he may have felt an inadequacy squared and went off on one with a gun , a lifetime of frustrations all released in one moment of murderous intent , he can control many things as a multi-millionaire, but not all woman of seduction
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Post  tgII on Mon 25 Feb 2013, 12:53

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Post  tgII on Mon 25 Feb 2013, 22:56

Fuck 'em.
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Post  tgII on Thu 14 Mar 2013, 00:15

Awesome. When I stood on top of Mount Fuji the first time I have often wondered
when that mountain would erupt. It will be pretty spectacular and I have front row
seats.

Thanks for this
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 11 Apr 2013, 03:53

Le Vaisseau du Grand Oeuvre

Julien Champagne's most famous painting, Le Vaisseau du Grand Oeuvre (Vessel of the Great Work), was completed in the year 1910. The painting was a great favorite among the Parisian occultists during the first third of the 20th Century.
The voluptuous model for the painting was purported to be the young female alchemist, Louise Barbe (ca. 1879-1919); she was the wife of the infamous Russian "monkey gland" surgeon, Serge Voronoff (1866-1951). Louise was a member of the occult circle which gathered at the salon of the de Lesseps family (children of the great Ferdinand de Lesseps) in Paris.

Of course, the "Great Work" is Alchemy, and the painting is filled with alchemical symbolism. The nude female figure is a personification of the philosopher's stone; she stands within a glass flask and is surrounded by myriad blazing flames. Off the right shoulder of the young woman is the word "POTERE" meaning "power" in English; off of her left shoulder is the word "AVDERE" meaning "to dare" in English. The background on the left and right sides of the flask contain the names of certain philosophers and alchemists written in Latin letters.

The names on the left side are as follows: Artephius, Albert le Grand, Synesius, Th. d'Aquin, R. Lulle, Flamel, Rhazes, and Geber. The names on the right side are as follows: Roger Bacon, A. de Villeneuve, Basile Valentin, Van Helmont, Paracelse, Philalethe, Trevisan, and Ripley.

In the darkened sky behind the female figure are depictions of the Moon and four planets that are visible to the naked eye: above her right shoulder are Saturn and Jupiter; on her lower right side is a crescent Venus (Morning Star); above her left shoulder is a crescent Moon; and to her lower left is the planet Mars. On her forehead the woman wears a sparkling diamond of the Queen of Heaven, Isis, the Goddess of magic and the occult arts. The diamond represents the "Great Eye," which Isis is purported to have stolen from Ra, the supreme God of Pharaonic Egypt.


Julien Champagne was possibly Fulcinelli
Life

Fulcanelli was undoubtedly a Frenchman, educated profoundly, and learned in the ways of alchemical lore, architecture, art, science, and languages. Fulcanelli wrote two books that were published after his disappearance during 1926, having left his magnum opus with his only student, Eugène Canseliet. Le Mystere des Cathedrales first edition consisted of 300 copies and was published by Jean Schemit at 52 Rue Laffitte, Paris, France.
Theories about Fulcanelli speculate that he was one or another famous French occultist of the time: perhaps a member of the former Royal Family (the Valois), or another member of the Frères d'Heliopolis (Brotherhood of Heliopolis, a society centred around Fulcanelli which included Eugène Canseliet, Jean-Julien Champagne and Jules Boucher). Patrick Rivière, a student of Canseliet's, believes that Fulcanelli's true identity was Jules Violle, famous French physicist. In a 1996 book, samples of writing by Jean-Julien Hubert Champagne (born January 23, 1877) and Fulcanelli are compared, and show considerable similarity.n any event, by 1916, Fulcanelli had accepted Canseliet, who was then only sixteen, as his first student. During 1921, he accepted the sons of Ferdinand de Lesseps as students and during 1922, two more students, Jules Boucher and Gaston Sauvage. During 1925, Fulcanelli relocated to 59 rue Rochechouart where he allegedly was successful in transmuting base metals into gold.
During 1960, with the publication of the international bestseller The Morning of the Magicians, Pauwels and Bergier popularized the mystery of the Master Alchemist.
[edit]Fulcanelli's Master
Without neglecting the belief of some researchers that Canseliet himself could have been Fulcanelli, Canseliet himself believed Fulcanelli's Master was Basil Valentine, an alchemist of the 15th century, the theoretical Master at least, for Fulcanelli's initiator may have been his own wife. As Fulcanelli describes in a strange letter he practically kept as a talisman about the completion of the Great Work by someone who is presumably Basil Valentine, he also mentions his own wife: "...When my wife told me the good news" and "...my wife, with the inexplicable intuition of sensitives, had a really strange dream." In other words, when referring to something as important as the Great Work, he mentions his wife as someone important to the Magnum Opus.
[edit]Conclusion
According to Louis Pauwels, Fulcanelli survived World War II and disappeared completely after the Liberation of Paris. Every attempt to find him failed. During August 1945, American G-2 (Army Intelligence) asked Bergier to contact a certain Army major who was in charge of the operation of searching and discovering German research reports on atomic energy. The anonymous U. S. Army major wanted to know the whereabouts of Fulcanelli. Bergier could not say and the army major seemed satisfied Fulcanelli could not be found.
[edit]Meeting in Paris with Jacques Bergier

Walter Lang reports that Fulcanelli communicated with Jacques Bergier (Яков Михайлович Бергер) to warn French atomic physicist André Helbronner of man's impending use of nuclear weapons. According to Fulcanelli, nuclear weapons had been used before, by and against humanity. Prof. Helbronner and Chevillon among others were assassinated by the Gestapo towards the end of World War II.
The meeting between Jacques Bergier and Fulcanelli occurred during June 1937 in a laboratory of the Gas Board in Paris. According to Neil Powell, the following is a translation of the original verbatim transcript of the rendezvous. Fulcanelli told Bergier:
"You're on the brink of success, as indeed are several other of our scientists today. Please, allow me, be very very careful. I warn you... The liberation of nuclear power is easier than you think and the radioactivity artificially produced can poison the atmosphere of our planet in a very short time, a few years. Moreover, atomic explosives can be produced from a few grains of metal powerful enough to destroy whole cities. I'm telling you this for a fact: the alchemists have known it for a very long time... "I shall not attempt to prove to you what I'm now going to say but I ask you to repeat it to M. Helbronner: certain geometrical arrangements of highly purified materials are enough to release atomic forces without having recourse to either electricity or vacuum techniques... The secret of alchemy is this: there is a way of manipulating matter and energy so as to produce what modern scientists call 'a field of force'. The field acts on the observer and puts him in a privileged position vis-à-vis the Universe. From this position he has access to the realities which are ordinarily hidden from us by time and space, matter and energy. This is what we call the Great Work."
When Bergier asked Fulcanelli about the Philosopher's Stone, the alchemist answered: "...the vital thing is not the transmutation of metals but that of the experimenter himself. It is an ancient secret that a few people rediscover each century. Unfortunately, only a handful are successful..."

Aftermath, during December 1938, the German chemists Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann sent a manuscript to Naturwissenschaften reporting they had detected the element barium after bombarding uranium with neutrons. Lise Meitner and her nephew Otto Robert Frisch correctly interpreted these results as being nuclear fission.
Rendezvous in Spain

According to Canseliet, his last encounter with Fulcanelli happened during 1953 (years after his disappearance), when he went to Spain and there was taken to a castle high in the mountains for a rendezvous with his former master. Canseliet had known Fulcanelli as an old man in his 80s but now the Master had grown younger: he was a man in his 50s. The reunion was brief and Fulcanelli once again disappeared not leaving any trace of his whereabouts.
[edit]The Phonetic Cabala

According to Fulcanelli, the Phonetic Cabala (Fulcanelli's term for a special use of language, drawing on phonetic similarities and other symbolic techniques for expanding the expressive reach of words) is not the Hebrew Kabbalah; even the derivation is different: Cabala is derived from the Latin caballus, a horse, as in the Horse of Troy in the Iliad. It is basically homophonic and symphonic rather than numerical; it is based on phonetic assonance and resonance to echo the Gay Science in the words of the Hellenic gods spoken in sacred Ancient Greek nomenclature.According to Walter Lang, who wrote an introduction to the English translation of Fulcanelli's Le Mystère des Cathédrales, the basic principles of the Phonetic Cabala are restored in Fulcanelli's Magnum Opus

The two books by Fulcanelli are
Le Mystère des Cathédrales (The Mystery of the Cathedrals), written during 1922 and published in Paris during 1926.
Les Demeures Philosophales (Dwellings of the Philosophers), published in Paris during 1929.
The books are written in a cryptic and erudite manner, replete with Latin and Greek puns, alchemical symbolism, double entendres, and lectures on and in Argot and Cant, all of which serve to keep casual readers ignorant.
A third book, Finis Gloriae Mundi(End of the World's Glory), was also reportedly being prepared for publication. The notes for the book were left for a time with his only student, Canseliet. Fulcanelli decided that the timing for publication of the book was not right and so it was never in fact published. However, a book by the same name, citing Fulcanelli as the author, was published in more recent times. That book has been shown to be a counterfeit


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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 11 Apr 2013, 22:25

...nice tits. cheers
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