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If there's one thing I can say for certain, it's that I've seen it all. I've embraced the addictive qualities of literature and the internet, exploring almost every nook and cranny they have to offer. Wait a second...'seen it all'? Isn't this kind of misleading? Surely books and Google don't contain all
the information that ever has and ever will be?
This much is true, and not only that, it's extremely important that everybody understands this. Truth is singular and objective. Our "truth"
is the natural world we perceive through the senses (see, hear, touch etc.) and reveals only a shadow, or incomplete version
of the legitimate truth. With that being said, extrasensory perceptions should definitely be recognized and even paramount when interpreting contemporary depictions of reality. These undefined senses are classified by the faculties of perceiving things by means other than the known senses, e.g., by telepathy or clairvoyance.
This post will be a hitchhikers guide to high strangeness. I'm pretty sure I've found something that connects to all of these "tin foil hat" inquiries, in one way or another. At first, it may seem like an unlikely theory. I've been in constant denial about all of this until recently. I thought 'There's no way I could've been so oblivious to something right in front of me'.
As a matter of fact, I was oblivious, because of something called 'unconscious selective attention
'. Scientific American ~ Your hidden censor — What your mind won't let you see
People all over the world are waking up, and realizing something
is wrong...some thing
just doesn't feel right. We see it. We hear it. We feel it. Hell, we probably even smell it. How deep does this rabbit hole go, and does it ever end?
This post will be all over the place, because I don't have all the answers. However, I've definitely found an array of questions, so I need to be thorough. I'm going to try to present the big picture in such a way that exposes the camera, per se. Stay with me,
I don't think you'll be disappointed. I came across many different topics in my time examining the proverbial rabbit hole. The Akashic Record/Schumann Resonance (cosmic consciousness), psychedelics, the Fibonacci sequence, secret societies/campgrounds for the cabal (eg. the Bohemian Grove), Ancient Astronaut theory (aliens)...virtually everything unusual. Suffice it to say that I'm a veteran skeptic.
I've spent years examining Hollywood and mainstream media's portrayal of various topics. Eventually I started to notice an undeniable and uncanny pattern. There's a lot of fiction in our truth, and a lot of truth in our fiction.
Here are the topics that I'm calling into question.
- Mental health, drugs & mind control
- Split personalities & butterflies (dissociation & hypnotism) Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D. aka MPD, multiple personality disorder)
- Aliens, spirits/demons
- Mandela effect
Just hold on a second there, I know what you may be thinking. "Oh dear, this guy has gone off the deep end. How could these things possibly be related?" Well, I'll show you.. by the way, I'm not saying any of this is true (or false). I'm saying that they are connected, and I'm going to present some irrefutable evidence. Without further ado, here's some context for a big picture of the camera
Apparently, every human on Earth is born with this dissociative identity dis-order. Yeah...you read that right. Everyone is born with multiple personalities and alter egos. Around the age of 6 the personality states coalesce into a stable sense of self unless interrupted by trauma and hereditary factors. You don't have to be traumatized for this to happen though, identity can be influenced by society, family, and entertainment
This is some kind of pseudoscience or parapsychology, right? Nope. It’s actually the reason around 30% of psychiatrists don’t believe it’s a disorder. While most of us don't exhibit personas akin to Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, we all have underlying alter-egos to some extent. Jekyll In Public, Hyde at Home? Our Fragmented Selves
Different personalities can manifest in different situations, similar to Peter Parker or Clark Kent. Our identity can be fragmented at any age if the trauma is severe enough. Actually, humans are pretty unstable when it comes to personality traits. For instance, many undercover agents in law enforcement frequently lose themselves in the fake persona. Former DEA agent Michael Levine talks about how easy it is to lose your identity undercover
Well, here's where it starts to get really interesting. https://catholicexchange.com/did-jesus-have-a-split-personality https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/christiantheology-philosophy/#TwoMinds
These are articles about one of the earliest recorded forms of Christianity, which held the belief that Jesus Christ had multiple personalities, or a split-mind. Loosely known as Nestorianism
, there's barely any information about this online. Strangely, the Roman Catholic Church has banned this denomination. Even so, I didn't really believe this philosophy had any legitimacy. I was definitely interested though, so I tried finding evidence in the Bible.
I wasn't disappointed. To my surprise, I found loads of verses that pretty much directly affirmed this notion...here's one of them. Matthew 22:42
While the Pharisees were assembled, Jesus questioned them: “What do you think about the Christ? Whose son is He?”
“David’s,” they answered.
Jesus said to them, “How then does David in the Spirit call Him Lord? For he says:‘The Lord said to my Lord
,“Sit at My right hand, until I put Your enemies under Your feet.”’ So if then David calls Him Lord, how can He be David’s son
No one was able to answer a word, and from that day on no one dared to question Him any further.
Yeah, that kinda blew my hair back.. I searched around on the internet for what else this 'Lord said to my Lord' could mean, and honestly, it's really sketchy. The explanations I saw literally made no sense, especially knowing the context. They basically try saying it was a different kind of 'lord', like a master. Well it seems pretty strange that it would be capitalized, for one. Then you have the "So if then David calls Him Lord, how can He be David’s son?
" part, which literally makes that explanation delusional. Could there really be a supernatural influence on personality and dissociative states?
I'm a die-hard skeptic, but I can't ignore the evidence.
I was raised in a Christian family, even though you never would've guessed from the outside looking in. I thought myself into an atheist, until I realized that this is a lazy perspective (in my opinion). If I can't accept the realm of the supernatural, I have no right to accept its nonexistence. I realized that my nihilist conclusion was a direct result of my existential crisis, and equated to basically giving up. All of this information will be presented as objectively as possible. I didn't subscribe to any religious dogma when researching, and I'm still somewhat agnostic.
Anyway, there's a growing number of scientists that believe everyone has distinct and separate personalities, at all times, and they are derived from a universal consciousness. Informally known as Panspsychism
, this ontology is likely the closest we've ever been to truly understanding the nature of reality. This cosmic consciousness, or 'hive-mind', can be seen everywhere in nature. It's conveniently ignored because of the implications (evolutionary biology can't explain it).
Here's one example of hive-mind in nature
. The most well known example is the migration pattern of monarch butterflies
, which are also used to symbolize dissociation and mind control/personality. Butterflies spend several generations flying thousands of miles, every year, unceasingly. The CIA experimented with a form of mind control called "Monarch Programming", coincidentally.
Under the provisions of the National Security Act of 1947, the CIA was established. Nearly all of their original operations were focused on mind control
. The programs were motivated by Soviet, Chinese, and North Korean use of mind control techniques. They started the first program in 1950 under the name Bluebird (which is symbolized everywhere to this day, eg. Twitter). MK Ultra officially began in 1953. In 1973, tipped off about forthcoming investigations, CIA Director Richard Helms ordered the destruction of all Mk Ultra records.
The real problem is arranging that experience in a way that tells a story, which is just incredible enough to be interesting, but credible enough to be believed—Richard Helms, CIA Director when MK Ultra experiments officially ended
And with that, here's an interesting thought...What if the "mind control" is just an elaborate psychological operation on the public, diverting attention away from the extraordinary mental faculties of dissociation.. Far-fetched? Not quite. I do think mind control is real, but the problem is how the average understanding leads to a dead end. I'm certain that it's currently being used in a widespread psyop, but the implications of this are pretty intimidating.
Techniques for trauma based mind control were adopted by the CIA in the 1950s, taken from Nazi Germany. Operation Paperclip
brought over 1,600 Nazi scientists into America, and gave them new identities. These were the same scientists torturing people in concentration camps, where they were experimenting on inducing dissociative states and manipulating personality.
Mind control most likely originated from Egypt
, thousands of years ago. The earliest historical evidence of mind control techniques can be traced to a practice known as trephining. This practice involves cutting a hole in the skull of a person who is suspected of being possessed by evil spirits. The hole was believed to release these spirits, and was the first known treatment of 'mental illness'. In some forms of trephining, an instrument was inserted into the skull to scare out the spirit. This procedure was an early form of lobotomy. A nobel peace prize was won for the "discovery of the therapeutic value of lobotomy in certain psychoses" in 1949. I don't know if it's just me, but I've noticed that many important events seem to have a correlation because of the timing. For instance, "Mental Health America" was founded in 1909; the same year the word "conspiracy" started being used in our dialect. It wasn't associated with paranoia and delusions until the late 50s and early 60s (when the CIA was still officially torturing Americans & Canadians).
MK Ultra experiments were aimed at manipulating personality and programming alter-egos into "Manchurian Candidates
" - programmed assassins, spies, and politicians that could be activated with a simple trigger word. As well as being potential couriers and infiltration agents, the subjects could function in effect as hypnotically controlled cameras. They could enter a room or building, memorize materials quickly, leave the building, and then be amnesic for the entire episode. The memorized material could then be retrieved by a handler using a previously implanted code or signal, without the amnesia being disturbed. Hypnosis was not the mind control doctors' only method for creation of controlled amnesia, however. Drugs, magnetic fields, sound waves, sensory/sleep deprivation, solitary confinement, and many other methods were studied under Bluebird and Arthichoke.
A declassified CIA document
dated Jan. 7, 1953 describes the creation of programmed alter-egos in 19-year old girls.
"These subjects have clearly demonstrated that they can pass from a fully awake state to a deep [hypnotic] controlled state... by telephone, by receiving written matter, or by the use of code, signal, or words and that control of those hypnotized can be passed from one individual to another without great difficulty. It has also been shown by experimentation with these girls that they can act as unwilling couriers for information purposes."
Hitler and many of the Nazi leaders had an interest in mind control, personality, and the occult, all of which is quite well documented
. In fact, the Nazi Party had originally started as a occult fraternity in the days before their breakneck rise to a devastating political force. It's reminiscent of the CIA, and I think this is the real evidence for the new world order...especially considering the implications of Operation Paperclip. It's amazing how all of this gets overlooked so easily. This is undeniable evidence of a deep state.
This intense interest in the occult and the arcane led to the significant expansion of a secret cabal that would support the German theory that the Aryan race was a superior; God-like people from whom the Germans believed they were descended (thought to be Atlanteans). In this sense, they were more of an agent of propaganda looking to find so-called scientific evidence or proof to support their twisted ideologies.
To this end, the shadowy organization funded numerous expeditions and archaeological digs all over the world in places as far flung as Greece, Africa, Russia, Tibet, Antarctica and many others, looking for lost runes, artifacts, relics or city ruins. The intent was that all of this would eventually lead to the discovery of portals to other realms and mythological lands, including Atlantis. Expeditions were centered on Antarctica, which was believed to be the true birthplace of the Aryan race. The discovery of which was believed to endow them with vast superhuman powers such as flight, telekinesis, telepathy, and other psychic abilities, which they had lost over centuries of mixing with “lesser races.”
When you begin to connect the dots
, things truly start to get stranger than fiction. Why does every major country on the planet agree that Antarctica is off limits?
Antarctica is a mystery I've yet to find any quality answers to, but it kept popping up in my research. The only thing I have concluded is that there is certainly something there (which is confidential). Hitler established a base there, and devoted massive amounts of resources to 'scientific' expeditions. Admiral Richard E. Byrd
, an American who led the Operation Highjump expedition, had 13 ships, 23 aircraft, and 4,700 men
to accompany him. Many researchers claim his descriptions of the expedition support the Hollow Earth theory
, which also has ties to depictions of Atlantis.
I've heard that pyramids have been seen in Antarctica on various mapping programs, which were argued to be impossible mountains because of the way tectonic plates generate them according to the poles.
The Piri Reis map of Antarctica
is mindblowing because it was made around 300 years before we officially
discovered Antarctica. If our Earth was really a Pangaea, then Antarctica could have certainly been inhabited...but only if human life existed over 200 million years ago
(estimated to be when the Pangaea split into continents).
By the time of the Third Reich, Germany had evolved into an entirely new religion based on obedience, complete with a holy book, venerated relics, all of which was primarily motivated by an esoteric movement known as Aryanism. Many scholars have pointed out that, even in ancient times, the idea of being an "Aryan" was religious, cultural and linguistic, not racial
. You could claim that Hitler was simply uneducated and misinterpreted the meaning of an "Aryan race"... Alternatively, you could accept the correlations between ideologies of Nazis and various countercultures
throughout history (especially
relating to Hinduism).
Hitler used the concept of Lebensraum
(“living space”) to justify the invasion of Poland, Russia and other eastern European nations to his people. When considering how Hinduism (and every religion for that matter)
relates to fragmented personalities and dissociation...the 'coincidences
' are overwhelming. Personality and dissociation/depersonalization are a central focus to many meditative practices prevalent in various religions and cultures, and should not be diagnosed as a disorder
. Hindu's believe that the soul is immortal, and that truth is eternal like the 'Akashic Record' most of our ancient ancestors believed in (cosmic consciousness).
Buddhism and the Four Noble Truths all involve suffering (trauma), which is directly involved in the process of dissociation - one of the only ways alter-egos/sub-personalities can be created/discovered and manipulated. Of course, Jesus Christ was crucified on the cross and was resurrected shortly after. All of this outlines an uncanny
correlation between trauma and reincarnation in religious ideologies.
Speaking of Hinduism, and Lebensraum
(“living space”), isn't it a little strange that CERN
has a centerpiece statue of the Hindu god Shiva the Destroyer in front of their facility? How about their logo
clearly depicting the 'mark of the beast', a.k.a. 666, or a synchrotron? Regardless, you'd have to be crazy to ignore the correlations between “living space” (dark matter that CERN claims to be creating) and Hinduism. Many researchers are convinced they are the culprit of the Mandela effect, and there have been many rumors surrounding their true intentions. This is for good reason too...The smartest particle physicists in the world thought it was funny to "fake" a human sacrifice
in the middle of the night!
CERN released a video claiming the sacrifice was a prank, and said that they were unaware who did it. Somehow, meddling kids were able to sneak into the property, despite needing special clearance to enter the area, along with heavy security. In the video, they flash something with "Mandela" on it, and of course this sparked tons of controversy because of the Mandela effect
theory. I hope it was only a joke, but somehow
all of this seems pretty strange. The Mandela effect is an incredibly complex topic, but it's related to hive-mind, dimensional reality, and thought to be the result of particle accelerators (like the biggest one in the world, operated by CERN). Their facility is located in Geneva, Switzerland, which just so happens to be the homeland of many ancient druids and pagans thousands of years ago.
Geomancy plays a very important role in the occult. Just in case you think I'm full of it, have you ever seen the faustian pentagram in Washington DC's street layout
? This does not mean satanists decided this, which is commonly assumed by many researchers. Freemasons decided this, and this does not mean that Freemasons are evil Luciferian globalists either (although a few probably
Supernatural influence on personality & dissociation is blatantly suggested in two recent films
- Split, which is about a man with 24 personalities. One of the alter egos he refers to as the "Beast", and has powerful superhuman abilities. His psychiatrist is clear about her belief that people with multiple personalities are capable of extraordinary things. There's a sequel, called "Glass", which seems to take this idea to the next level. As Above, So Below symbolism is very easy to notice in this poster for 'Glass'.
- Get Out, which is about a girl that lures boyfriends to her house, and essentially sells their soul. Her mom hypnotizes them, sending them to the "sunken place". Afterwards, they sell the person's consciousness to a client who is old or sick, somehow inserting the client's conscience into the mind of the victim, allowing them complete control.
You may be thinking, 'well, they're just movies'.
Let me remind you about that "unconscious selective attention" 25 popular movies about split personality and dissociation Movies and TV rarely provide an accurate portrayal.
Symptoms are frequently sensationalized, exaggerated, and filled with negative portrayals that have harmful effects, perpetuating the stigma and isolating people who are already struggling. This is a CLEAR psychological operation on the public. I'm not convinced of many things, but I've seen too much evidence.
Here's a great compilation of symbolism pertaining to monarch mind control and multiple personalities. Butterflies and Rabbit Holes | The Narrow Gate
Well, if this was such a big secret, then why would they tell it to us? For starters, it's literally a core part of their belief system! 'They' believe that they must reveal what they are doing, because it makes rituals more powerful, among other things. When you add the reverse psychology component into the equation, we average joe's stood no chance - the delusion was inevitable. If you allow the public insight into something in the form of fiction, they will subconsciously rationalize there's no way it's true.
"Many a true word is spoken in jest." Predictive programming is rampant, especially in Family Guy and The Simpsons. This is another common manipulative technique to make a large audience highly suggestible. If you present a topic with a humorous tone, it will usually be understood as largely insignificant and preposterous.
Hollywood and Disney's obsession with the occult symbolism is unparalleled. This is extremely hard to deny, the evidence is overwhelming. Holly wood in and of itself is symbolic. Holly is the wood druids commonly used when making their wands.
Jeykll and Hyde…More than two. I’m so many people. They shock me sometimes, I wish it was just me.—Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn was screwing JFK, so that makes me wonder...what did he really
find out that got him killed? He was shot 7 days after his last speech, in which he talked about the importance of a media with integrity. The way that he worded the closing statement is very interesting..."And so it is to the printing press--to the recorder of man's deeds, the keeper of his conscience
, the courier of his news--that we look for strength and assistance, confident that with your help man will be what he was born to be: free and independent."
Celebrities are having meltdowns left and right, and many have randomly gone into a trance
on live TV. Roseanne Barr seems to know for certain that mind control has a death grip on Hollywood, and has stated this publicly many times. Many celebrities claim to have alter-egos (multiple personalities). And by many, I mean seemingly everyone is talking about being able to channel supernatural personalities.
Yeah literally it’s like a possession. All of a sudden you’re in. It’s like an energy that keeps going. —Robin Williams I’m going to do my best to channel the character on a spiritual level. —Vin Diesel I know that I have demons. I don't know if I want to get rid of them altogether, but I would like to experience them in a different way. Maybe go face to face with them. I've never really had the time to go to therapy. Well, here and there. But not enough to help me…Of course I have demons. I'm thirty different people sometimes. —Johnny Depp I tried to empty myself and let the spirit of Sethe inhabit me. —Oprah Winfrey You feel the spirit move you. I can be possessed really well. —River Phoenix I simply channeled a character, this time I allowed the character to inhabit me. —Shirley MacLaine There are three main methods of invoking any deity…The third method is the dramatic, perhaps the most attractive of all; certainly it is so to the artist temperament, for it appeals to his imagination through his aesthetic sense.—Aleister Crowley, The Equinox of the Gods
George Orwell predicted this kind of thing, calling it doublethink. Our society considers people with multiple personalities to be crazy and unstable, and many people use even harsher language. Yet, it's perfectly acceptable and largely unnoticed when superheros and celebrities have them. For instance, Nicki Minaj, who says she has several alter-egos
, one of them a little boy named Roman. .
Dissociative identity disorder (D.I.D., formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder) and psychedelics have some interesting correlations. Many people with D.I.D. say that they have enormous therapeutic value. Apparently there's some kind of ability to help reveal alter-egos, which helps to integrate them into one personality.
Psyche is Greek for soul/mind, and d
eloun (delics) is Greek for reveal/remove obscuration. "To reveal the soul".
Another word for psychedelics is entheogens, which means *to "*generate the divine within"
Many powerful people and celebrities that are 'in the know' take psychedelics in an effort to stay in contact with supernatural energies and entities. Most of them consistently micro-dose primarily Dimethyltryptamine (DMT), but also Psilocybin (mushrooms), and LSD.
Quick side note: people who take DMT often experience life-changing contact with 'elves' of another land. Could this mean Santa's 'elves' are also Satan's 'elves'? Rein-deer - 'deer in head-lights' is commonly used as symbolism for fight or flight (dissociation). "He makes my feet like the feet of a deer, and stations me upon the heights."—Psalms 18:33 Satanic Ritual Abuse
Multi-generational bloodlines believe that dissociation can be used to channel powerful entities, and use trauma bonding to destroy empathy. Sociopathic tendencies allow for an extremely malleable identity. Sociopaths are often extremely intelligent, and are experts at mimicking social behavior (mockingbirds). These bloodlines torture their own children to split the personality, and this begins when the child is a toddler; A variety of methods are used to induce dissociative states, like putting a mouse trap in the crib and only coming back when the baby has stopped crying. When there is a contradictory family dynamic of extreme abuse and love, it forces the child to look within for support. Dissociation gets easier with each generation, because the genes remember the trauma.
There have been recent claims that DID manages to explain away possessions.
"The possession form that occurs in DID differs in that the alternate identity is unwanted and occurs involuntarily, it causes substantial distress and impairment, and it manifests in times and places that violate cultural and/or religious norms."
Alright, that's interesting and everything, but where's the explanation for how they sometimes speak other languages fluently? Such as Latin, amazingly.
Just to reiterate, everyone is born with multiple egos and personalities, which collapse into a stable identity around the age of 6. For some reason though, we call it a disorder if it reappears later in life. It can cause some problems if trauma is involved, and I'm not attempting to invalidate that. However, the uncomfortable truth is that psychology doesn't have a universally accepted viewpoint. Scientists and psychiatrists don't have the same perception. It's largely misunderstood, and as a result people aren't getting any help. Some psychiatrists have even deliberately made it worse, by creating further fragmentation through hypnosis. Project Bluebird
documentation revealed this, along with many other disturbing experiments and harsh realities. People were injected with plutonium, and radioactive biological weapons were released over small towns.
I've looked at several holy books, and I'm overwhelmed with the amount of symbolism with supernatural influences on identity.
Specifically, The Nag Hammadi (Gnostic) texts that were found in 1945, buried in an Egyptian tomb.
"For he (the Lord) is ' the beginningless ' Forefather. He sees himself within himself, like a mirror, having appeared in his likeness as Self-Father"
That is literally a Gnostic depiction of the cosmic consciousness scientists are proposing today. Antiquity knew this as the Akashic Record, and many (seems like almost all) cultures believed in it. Our ancestors believed that mental problems were indicative of evil spirits, or the result of mistakes that were made in a past life.
Contrary to popular belief, our ancestors weren't idiots. I've looked at the Bible meticulously, and I have found many verses that support the idea of supernatural energy in dissociative states. Of course, one of the first things I realized was that 'Amen' is a split dichotomy in and of itself, and I just had to laugh at that one. If you aren't particularly spiritual, or you're an athiest, bear with me. I'm not Bible thumping here. If you're Christian, you might be offended by some of the things I'm about to say.
It's pretty bad how misunderstood the scripture is, it's to the point most Christians believe Heaven is pearly gates and streets of gold.
That's the "obey consume" mentality they have inundated us with, tragically. With that being said, I'm not sorry if I offend you while genuinely trying to interpret scripture. I believe in a higher power than myself, but I also believe it has been shrouded in materialism and groupthink. I don't trust government, nor their religions. Honestly, you shouldn't either. If you're spiritual, take it upon yourself to find God. If He's real, and you truly seek Him, I'd be willing to bet you won't need a book or a priest to do it.
Interestingly enough, within the Bible we find that name changes reflect a change in character, when the new name will reflect the person’s new circumstances, etc. Examples are Abram to Abrah
am, Sarai to Sarah
, very tellingly from the book of Ruth 1:20, "Do not call me Naomi ; call me Mara" and Lucifer (light bearer) to Satan (adversary).
Here are a couple verses that I found interesting. Matthew 22:32
"And as for the resurrection of the dead, have you not read what was said to you by God: ‘I am the God of Abraham
, and the God of Isaac
, and the God of Jacob
’? He is not God of the dead, but of the living.
And when the crowd heard it, they were astonished at his teaching." Luke 6:46
"Why do you call Me ‘Lord, Lord,
’ but not do what I say? I will show you what he is like who comes to Me and hears My words and acts on them: He is like a man building a house, who dug down deep and laid his foundation on the rock. When the flood came, the torrent crashed against that house but could not shake it, because it was well built. But the one who hears My words and does not act on them is like a man who built his house on ground without a foundation. The torrent crashed against that house, and immediately it fell—and great was its destruction."
This seems like an appropriate time to remind you of the movies Evan
(2007) & Bruce Almighty
(2003). Taking Luke 6:46, and comparing it with Evan Almighty..they seem to hint at the great flood being an allegory to represent building a House of the Lord, or an ark. With that most likely referring to our mentality and ego. Whether it's truly an allegory or not, it certainly seems like the message being sent. It gave me goosebumps when I noticed the 7, and the 3 in the years those movies were released. Both are sacred numbers and very important in nearly all religions.
Which reminds me, ever heard of Seven Mary Three
? They're a band, and a pretty good one in my opinion. That song linked is 'Cumbersome', and the lyrics are pretty interesting.. She calls me Goliath and I wear the David mask I guess the stones are coming too fast for her now There is a balance between two worlds One with an arrow and a cross I'd like to believe we could reconcile the past Resurrect those bridges with an ancient glance But my old stone face can't seem to bring her down She remembers bridges, burns them to the ground
These guys were definitely trying to tell us something. There is absolutely no way that you can rationalize all of these correlations.. believe me - I have definitely tried. Long story short : there is obviously something