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Ian2day.com
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A must read is The secret teachings of all ages, by Manly P Hall.

The Resistance Is Now!

https://ian2day.com/2016/03/04/my-story/


“The great danger of the future,” Delgado warned, “is that we will have robotized human beings who are not aware that they have been robotized.”
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04-13-2018 05:39 PM

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Post: #47
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singing wilbury spider  Wrote: (04-13-2018 12:32 PM)
"the human zoo" by Desmond Morris
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Human_Zoo_(book)

https://www.scribd.com/doc/251590088/Des...1996-A-pdf

intriguing . thnx.

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Post: #48
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prosthetic brain  Wrote: (04-13-2018 07:56 AM)
even though ive already got a mountain of books on my reading list , id like to hear what people think is worthy reading material . if it looks good i'll likely toss it on the stack. just started this---

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4703..._the_Blade

The Bible. Jhikpghf

checked that one off the list already

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Old Whatshisname  Wrote: (04-13-2018 02:33 PM)
The Demon-Haunted World, by Carl Sagan.

Warning: you may lose a lot of friends if you read it and (even worse!) take it to heart.

read brocas brain years ago . enjoyed it.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-13-2018 02:53 PM)
Why not read one of the BEST BOOKS EVER WRITTEN ??? I have read thousands of books over the last 50 years and Most of them are GARBAGE. Too much attention to useless detail and very few revelations. I have given the library over 1000 books over the years as I considered them to be TOO LOW YIELD AND VERY HARD TO READ.

This Book is the Best Book I have Ever Read and Im sure you will probably agree as well.

THE TRUE BELIEVER,,,thoughts on the nature of Mass movements. Written By Eric Hoffer, who was a migrant worker / Hobo who was self educated in libraries at night while picking fruit and doing odd jobs during the day. This book hit the book shelves in 1950 and became an instant HIT, so much so, that the Dean of UC Berkly had him teaching classes. Eric Hoffer always complained about how there was too much filler in a book and that you should have at least ONE GOOD IDEA in each chapter; most books have, maybe ONE good idea in the entire text. THE TRUE BELIEVER will help you understand why people join movements like ANTIFA, BLM, Socialism.

Take a few moments to watch the short video :




i'll check it out Jhikpghf

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Post: #51
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general mishka  Wrote: (04-13-2018 04:07 PM)
The Creature from Jekyll Island should be required reading for LOP

thats one of the ct classics i havent gotten around to yet

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Ian2day.com  Wrote: (04-13-2018 05:28 PM)
A must read is The secret teachings of all ages, by Manly P Hall.

agreed

such a wealth of knowlege in that book Jhikpghf

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Post: #53
RE: book recommendations
prosthetic brain  Wrote: (04-13-2018 05:39 PM)
singing wilbury spider  Wrote: (04-13-2018 12:32 PM)
"the human zoo" by Desmond Morris
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Human_Zoo_(book)

https://www.scribd.com/doc/251590088/Des...1996-A-pdf

intriguing . thnx.

was an eye opener about the oddities of human society to me chuckle

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpkQEq75y18

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Post: #54
RE: book recommendations
singing wilbury spider  Wrote: (04-13-2018 05:54 PM)
prosthetic brain  Wrote: (04-13-2018 05:39 PM)
intriguing . thnx.

was an eye opener about the oddities of human society to me chuckle

ever read The Naked Ape by same author ?

that one looks pretty polarizing

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Post: #55
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prosthetic brain  Wrote: (04-13-2018 05:57 PM)
singing wilbury spider  Wrote: (04-13-2018 05:54 PM)
was an eye opener about the oddities of human society to me chuckle

ever read The Naked Ape by same author ?

that one looks pretty polarizing

yes
but I like this one better
naked ape is a bit sketchy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpkQEq75y18

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Hey OP, I came across this book when I did a google search on “Do what you will”. I knew Crowley said it but I remember it being attributed to Augustine of a Hippo as well. It appears that a poet penned it also referenced here in an excerp from LIVING ON: How Consciousness Continues and Evolves After Death, Paul Beard, 1980. You can read about the author at the link below.

Quote:Living on earth is bound up with a great deal of illusion, of Maya. William Blake puts it forcibly: “Do what you will, this life’s a fiction and is made up of contradiction.”

As we have seen, such a state of affairs by no means disappears at death. Since humans bring many of their former illusions with them, their insight into the events which now present themselves must be expected also to be tangled up with their limitations. Nevertheless, we are able on earth, even when prey to a good deal of such illusion, to achieve a degree of spiritual growth. After death, as we shall see in later chapters, the situation is similar.


The Chapter on the Summerland is offered at the link for free. I purchased the book from amazon a couple of weeks ago, couldn’t put it down, reading it for the second time in preparation for DOOM. Just kidding — it’s a very unusual read, for me anyway.

http://whitecrowbooks.com/books/feature/...paul_beard
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~Do You Believe In Magic?  Wrote: (04-13-2018 06:15 PM)
Hey OP, I came across this book when I did a google search on “Do what you will”. I knew Crowley said it but I remember it being attributed to Augustine of a Hippo as well. It appears that a poet penned it also referenced here in an excerp from LIVING ON: How Consciousness Continues and Evolves After Death, Paul Beard, 1980. You can read about the author at the link below.

Quote:Living on earth is bound up with a great deal of illusion, of Maya. William Blake puts it forcibly: “Do what you will, this life’s a fiction and is made up of contradiction.”

As we have seen, such a state of affairs by no means disappears at death. Since humans bring many of their former illusions with them, their insight into the events which now present themselves must be expected also to be tangled up with their limitations. Nevertheless, we are able on earth, even when prey to a good deal of such illusion, to achieve a degree of spiritual growth. After death, as we shall see in later chapters, the situation is similar.


The Chapter on the Summerland is offered at the link for free. I purchased the book from amazon a couple of weeks ago, couldn’t put it down, reading it for the second time in preparation for DOOM. Just kidding — it’s a very unusual read, for me anyway.

http://whitecrowbooks.com/books/feature/...paul_beard

looks good

put it on the list

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Post: #58
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I love William Faulkner. I have read everything Faulkner wrote. I especially like the short story, 'That Evening Sun' and the novella 'As I Lay Dying.'
Absalom, Absalom! Light In August The Sound and the Fury

Very surprising works that are excellent as well: The Red Badge of Courage, the unabridged 900 page Moby d*ck, The Trial and Metamorphosis
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Post: #59
RE: book recommendations
prosthetic brain  Wrote: (04-17-2018 01:40 AM)
~Do You Believe In Magic?  Wrote: (04-13-2018 06:15 PM)
Hey OP, I came across this book when I did a google search on “Do what you will”. I knew Crowley said it but I remember it being attributed to Augustine of a Hippo as well. It appears that a poet penned it also referenced here in an excerp from LIVING ON: How Consciousness Continues and Evolves After Death, Paul Beard, 1980. You can read about the author at the link below.



The Chapter on the Summerland is offered at the link for free. I purchased the book from amazon a couple of weeks ago, couldn’t put it down, reading it for the second time in preparation for DOOM. Just kidding — it’s a very unusual read, for me anyway.

http://whitecrowbooks.com/books/feature/...paul_beard

looks good

put it on the list

You won’t be sorry. A life changer.

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Post: #60
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I forgot Nabokov's Lolita and Pale Fire.
I am quoted in Sagan's Demon Haunted World because I wrote him a letter.
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