"Always be aware, that humanity, the whole population of the world, is illusory. That includes the one reading these words. Humanity is not real or valid. The illusory body of humanity is not at all who and what we really are. We have simply been conjured up, given a 3D name, body, mind and spirit/energy, (all aspects which are fake), and then filled with endless suggestions in our illusory brain, that this is who we really are. From this point on, in our 3D life experience, believing that our 3 dimensional life experience is real, leads to endless confusion and suffering. This belief manifests the notion of being imprisoned. However, we are not imprisoned, but if we believe we are, then for all intents and purposes, we might as well be." - Bryan Kemila, IlluminatiMatrix


Videos and Writings on this Blog may contain copyrighted (© ) material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Such material is made available to advance understanding of ecological, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, moral, ethical, and social justice issues, etc. It is believed that this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior general interest in receiving similar information for research and educational purposes.

This is why you will not see Advertizing on this Blog...It's not for Profit!

For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode

Monday, October 12, 2009

Some Of My Favorite Quotes by Louis Beam

Introduction: "Tell me what you read and I will tell you what you think" is a quote by me. It applies to the quotes below which have helped to shape my thinking when considered as part of the corpus of material these quotes are extracted from. Any quotes can and will be taken out of context by those with an axe that needs grinding. However, a succinct line can have great power in the mind of thinking people often serving as a spur to additional reading which brings additional understanding. Exactly the point as to why I offer these for your consideration.

"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge."---Stephen Hawkin

"Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded, because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes; and armies, and debts, and taxes are the known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of the few. In war, too, the discretionary power of the Executive is extended; its influence in dealing out offices, honors, and emoluments is multiplied; and all the means of seducing the minds, are added to those of subduing the force, of the people . . . [There is also an] inequality of fortunes, and the opportunities of fraud, growing out of a state of war, and . . . degeneracy of manners and of morals . . . No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare"---The Most Dreaded Enemy of Liberty James Madison 1795

Note: Now let me think a moment: war on poverty 1960's; war on drugs 1969's to present; war on terror 2001 till hell freezes over. Has our liberty, property, and freedom in any way been affected by these wars? If one has not taken the time to read James Madison's works (any of them) then they are to ignorant to talk about what the federal government should or should not be doing on any issue.

"If you have made mistakes...there is always another chance for you...you may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing we call "failure" is not the falling down, but the staying down."--- Mary Pickford

"The notion that a radical is one who hates his country is naive and usually idiotic. He is, more likely, one who likes his country more than the rest of us, and is thus more disturbed than the rest of us when he sees it debauched. He is not a bad citizen turning to crime; he is a good citizen driven to despair". ---H. L. Mencken

"True liberal principles of individual liberty have been steadily ground down, even in the democracies, between the statist millstones of Left and Right." ---Quoted from: Kelley L. Ross, Ph.D.

"In times of change, learners inherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists."---Eric Hoffer

"The weapons of the positive revolution are not bullets and bombs but simple human perceptions. Bullets and bombs may offer physical power but eventually will only work if they change perceptions and values. Why not go the direct route and work with perceptions and values?"---Dr Edward de Bono, Handbook for the Positive Revolution

"In an age of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act." - George Orwell, 1984

"The evil of tyranny are rarely seen but by him who resists it." -- John Hay

"To destroy a people you must first sever their roots." - Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

"To compel a man to subsidize with his taxes the propagation of ideas which he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical." - Thomas Jefferson

"When men yield up the privilege of thinking, the last shadow of liberty quits the horizon." - Thomas Paine

"Political correctness is a form of bigotry behind which cowards hide." - James Von Brunn

"One cannot free oneself by bowing to the yoke, but by breaking it." - Carl Gustav Jung


  1. i find these quotes and many others very interesting, because nobody ever listens to them.

    America is the biggest example, people have become far to relaxed and comfortable with their "free lunch" and so called security. While all the time their daily lives get shittier!!! But this is what happens when people stop working and hunting for themselves and rely on others.

    My father often tells me stories of his father and when they were all kids and some of things they did that if you did today you would be arrested in a heartbeat!! Things like a simple fistfight to settle a difference, or walking around town a little too drunk, and my fav is when my father said they used to drive around with shotguns and blast groundhogs "cause the farmers loved it when they shot the hogs" but if you did that today you would be thrown in jail,,if your intoxicated walking around you get thrown in jail, if you have a fistfight in your front yard you get thrown in jail.

    It never ceases to amaze me how the sheep just dont notice things like this and actually think they are still free LOL. I see it everyday, and when i speak on it i get attacked (verbally) by the sheep who cant stand my independance. Even close friends whom ive tried to awaken (to no avail) just dont get it, i guess it takes a certain type of person to have the mentality that people like us hold, i often wonder how much better things would be if i was living in the 1800s on my (own plot of land) and working for myself, and doing as i please, (which is the definition of a free man) to not be dependant on anyone but yourself, and to do as you please!!

  2. Yes I agree. If people (sheeple) actually listened and applied the wisdom of the quotes in their daily lives, then it might mean they would live a more responsible and successful life. Guess that's not good enough for most? DUH! :)

    Welcome to the blog tits. Thank you you for your comments.


  3. oh ive been around ever since hives started his first blog,,i just didnt alway agree with his point of view on certain subjects, ive just recently discovered that a lot of you made your own blogs, and ive been reading over a lot of them, like dante, and zero, you, komar, and a couple others, but i have always liked those quotes that were written (some) by men from 2 and 300 years ago, i would have preferred to live in my grandfather or great grandfathers times, or even further back,,sure you wont have as much technology or fancy gadgets (games) and might have to work harder, but its worth it, cause you worked for yourself, for your own survival and answered to nobody and did pretty much as you pleased,,i was telling my dad a few days ago, i said could you imagine grandpa or great grandpa living in todays world? My dad instantly laughed and said that would be a bad idea, cause they would have either wound up in jail, or killed somebody! LOL thats cause they would have refused to accept this bullshit reality that has been pulled over our eyes

  4. Well Said titsnass. I could tell from your first comments that you are an aware individual. In a sense, we are cut from the same cloth, "The Old Code". A day when a man's (human beings) word actually meant something. I'm with you on this one. I'm in my fifties now, grew up on the tail end of the old ways.

    There has been many things in life I have personally expetrienced that has given me an awakening. Now I simply like to share information & knowledge as it should be...everything is free. I realize most can't and won't handle the truth. Not at first at least. But if I get it, you get and many others we known get it...then I say, they better get use to it or perish...unfortunately. You know what I mean.

    Thank you again. Let me know if you have any requests?

    Take care.


  5. P.S. I meant to say that my assoicates' blogs, Jedi & Master Crumbles, have good articles posted to as well. And there are several great blogs that are listed. :)

  6. ahhh,,yes the old cloth, although it might seem strange to you when i tell you im from your generations kids lol,,my father is 56, my mother is 61, i am 30.

    You are right, your generation grew up on the tail end of those (old ways) my generation was the beginning of the end (as i like to say) and now there is an even worse generation after mine!!

    Thankfully for me my old man wasnt on that shit and actually taught me, although ill admit that my generation had a large impact on me, but it was my fathers teachings and also hard lessons learned in life that allowed me to awaken to this mess this planet is in now.

    Many people now if they could see my dad (parenting me) when i was a kid would disagree. Which is because society has taught these last 2 generations stupid shit, like dont spank your kids ect ect...My father was almost like a wild animal teaching a cub,,sure he cared for me and was there, but he forced me to be independant, and self reliant, he forced me to learn the hard way. He wouldnt sit there and cuddle to me just cause i hurt my widdle finger LOL,,he would say "did you learn anything"? And when i said yes,,he would say well i bet you dont do that anymore!! He raised me to never take shit from anyone, to be self sufficient, to hunt, to fish, to not trust everyone that crosses my path, to be tough, but not dispicable,,or as you said, to be a man, to honor someones word, (obviously you cant really do that anymore) to not be some worthless bottom feeder!!

    But in my opinion the elite have fucked all that up by messing with the education, the family, the men and women rolls, and obviously the chemical dumbing down of everyone, and propaganda! That is what always pissed me off about hives, i usually believed and agreed with the subjects he brought up, i just didnt always agree with his point of view, as he says everything is the sheeples fault,,,well yeah i think they are ignorant and quite frankly a waste of skin, but they didnt used to be like that, not until the elite started using technology and drugs against them and have completely screwed up everything so that they can take over the world and rule the remaining few humans as literal slaves,,i do not agree with that, and i think that in itself is fucking with nature,,(check zeromessiahs site for my full explanation of that on spere and snakes argument that is on going) However i do agree with people being responsible, and self reliant, and working for themselves, not getting into debt ect ect...

  7. WOW. Once again you bring wonderful & open understanding of so many things for a young growing life. In many ways, my youth was much like yours but I'm 56, the age of your parents.

    I grew up with a Dad that taught me to hunt, fish, be independant, strong with passion, integrity, your word is your bond and so is your handshake type stuff and to cook, to take risks, honor & defend your family, only cheat when it is absolutely necessary...for survival!

    I will say that I don't feel I had a hard life growing up nor was it a wealthy one either. And not that my parents weren't strick, it's just that I was willing to work at things I was interested in and life was my game, I loved life.

    As and example, when my Dad taought me to fly fish, I would take it a step futher and learn to tie my own flies as good as the professionals. That would always gain points with dad. But once you commit...you better not give up! LOL

    I knew that at a young age...when I was 6-8...I realized that things where not all as it seemed. By the time I was 13 I realized we were all made of pure energy all came from one source. And God is not as it's precieved. Yes I was young seeing more than I should. I didn't understand why I would have those thoughts and experiences, but now I'm glad I did.

    I do agree with you on all the things you said in your comments, tits. I'm not trying to be icky nice but I feel the same way about everything you stated. Now to get that back? Take care.


  8. yes exactly,,my dad was like that as well,,be honest,,give a firm handshake, look a man in the eyes, and only cheat or lie, if its absolutely necessary for your survival.

    I didnt have a hard life either, but we were far from wealthy,,my dad and every man before him in our family line grew up on farms, lived off the land, hard workers, honest people, but took no shit from anybody!

    Fishing LOL,,i remember when i used to keep getting hung up or breaking my line, and i didnt know how to re-do my pole, my father quickly lost his patience with this, after umpteen different times of showing me this (which i wasnt paying much attention) he finally said one day "im gonna show you this one last time, so you better learn, cause next time your line gets screwed up either you fix it yourself, or you dont fish at all!!! See to people nowadays that sounds harsh and mean,,LOL, i say no it doesnt, its exactly what a father needs to say to a child, in order for them to learn!

    Well, i may have had good teachings at an early age (like learning how to properly use and clean a gun) but ill admit i didnt really become fully aware of my surroundings until a few years ago, im surprised that i didnt find out earlier, but i fell for the matrix, but something deep inside kept telling me (this isnt right, find out whats wrong) but no worries i dont view this as some icky bonding, i view it as two people sharing info and having similar views and experiences, and its even more interesting that we are from two different generations

  9. "titsnass. There is a group of people, thinkers like us, that are intelligent, responsible people trying to better themselves and try to alert the sheeple (which I feel is a waste of tim on the sheep), but we gain and share knowledge from our group discussions that we have on the internet. Max Igan is the Author of the Awakening, Big Picture, etc. He has a radio show and you can see that his web site has lots of useful information. http://thecrowhouse.com/home.html

    Max and others and I have become friends over the months. Several of us around the world communicate in Ventrillo (IP information on Crowhouse.com) or Skype. We exchange valuable information including rare hard to find information. Join us if you are interested. We either type or talk...matters not.

    Email me if you would like more information or just join us in vent. Take care."

  10. i have a mic,,and i used to have skype, but i can download it again, im not real familiar with ventrillo , where would i start?

  11. or you can email me at dabo142003@yahoo.com with more details