Of 13
1 of 13
2 of 13
3 of 13
4 of 13
5 of 13
6 of 13
7 of 13
8 of 13
9 of 13
10 of 13
11 of 13
12 of 13
13 of 13
Mind Control of 13
2 of 13
3 of 13
4 of 13
5 of 13
6 of 13
7 of 13
8 of 13
9 of 13
10 of 13
11 of 13
12 of 13
13 of 13
Solar Ghost 13
God 13
1th Monkey
UPS 13
NLA 13

Satan Marches As Righteous Twits Sleep

No Borders

Infinite Aspired Interest

Where Knowledge Comes From

Sharing Essential Eh!!!

Can't seem to get ahead!!!


Look up ... Look Down

Worship the Son so the insidiously filthy rich can energize bathing in the Sun!!!
Christian Era CE Common Element
Co-op Elitism

Truths Holistic Interactive Retrospect Transcendental Electromagnetism Enslavers Nemesis

                 Never underestimate the adeptness of the Ignorant Concentrate IC Immaculate Conception Osmosis Overpowering Paradigm Sect       

Facts must have root 2 take root God Coherency "Catch 22" must have semblance 2 catch doG chase tail    
Legalized Insanity Essence

One crazy enough to do nothing about the crazy realty counting on reincarnation evolve to a crazier one

Black Ops
Boiling Oil


Feathering A Tar

Pirates Of The Universe

Echo 4 Birds

Reading Righting Rongs
Truths Holistic Interactive Retrospect Transcendental Electromagnetism Enslavers Nemesis

Do not deter Criminal Element ... they may get upset and attempt to harm you!!!
God will take care of them when He gets IT Up!!! 
4th Wall

Justice Affordability Candid Kafabe Asea Liquidity Seals

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again.

Humpty appears in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass (1872), where he discusses semantics and pragmatics with Alice.

 “I don’t know what you mean by ‘glory,’ ” Alice said.
Humpty Dumpty smiled contemptuously. “Of course you don’t—till I tell you. I meant ‘there’s a nice knock-down argument for you!’ ”
“But ‘glory’ doesn’t mean ‘a nice knock-down argument’,”
“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.”
“The question is,” said
, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.”
“The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “which is to be master      that’s all.”
Alice was too much puzzled to say anything, so after a minute Humpty Dumpty began again. “They’ve a temper, some of them—particularly verbs, they’re the proudest—adjectives you can do anything with, but not verbs—however, I can manage the whole lot! Impenetrability!
That’s what I say!”

This passage was used in Britain by Lord Atkin and in his dissenting judgement in the seminal case Liversidge v. Anderson (1942), where he protested about the distortion of a statute by the majority of the House of Lords.[16] It also became a popular citation in United States legal opinions, appearing in 250 judicial decisions in the Westlaw database as of April 19, 2008, including two Supreme Court cases (TVA v. Hill and Zschernig v. Miller).[17]


The Pomp and Circumstance Marches (full title Pomp and Circumstance Military Marches),
Op. 39, are a series of marches for orchestra composed by Sir Edward Elgar.

The title

The title is taken from Act III, Scene 3 of Shakespeare's Othello:

Farewell the neighing steed and the shrill trump,
The spirit-stirring drum, th'ear-piercing fife,
The royal banner, and all quality,
Pride, pomp, and circumstance of glorious war![1]

But also, on the score of the first march, Elgar set as a motto for the whole set of marches
a verse from Lord de Tabley's poem The March of Glory,[2] which begins

Like a proud music that draws men on to die
Madly upon the spears in martial ecstasy,
A measure that sets heaven in all their veins
   And iron in their hands.
I hear the Nation march
Beneath her ensign as an eagle's wing;
O'er shield and sheeted targe
The banners of my faith most gaily swing;
Moving to victory with solemn noise,
With worship and with conquest, and the voice of myriads.

proclaiming the "shows of things": the naïve assumption that the splendid show of military pageantry—"Pomp"—
has no connection with the drabness and terror—"Circumstance"—of actual warfare.[2]
The first four marches were all written before the events of
World War I
shattered that belief,
and the styles in which wars were written about spurned the false romance of the battle-song.[2]

Never Again!!

As we moved on to WW II

Never Ending War Story

Queen Bee QB Queen's Bank

Grape Vine 13

Shadow Government
Sustainable Growth

In Our Face
United Nations
Declares Illegal Exploitation
Colonization And War

 does not include political groups.[3][4][5]

4th Reich

Prepares WW III

God proclaimed de jure Moses front administer antithesis de facto doG
Humane-IT-y vs Corporate Elite



Law Of
Facts must have root 2 take root God Coherency "Catch 22" must have semblance 2 catch doG chase tail

Political Religious Illusion Charlatan Kayfabe media inciting Fickle Inherent Bias Ignorant Belief

Delirium Tremens

ndying Support
Refusing to accept
Valuable Information Presented
to aid their rise to the better life
Readily Available
due the VIP failure to support their embedded
Ignorant Beliefs

We All Thin To
Vanishing Point

Has Alarming Manner
Doublethink Doublethink
Bad Actors

Shape Shift


blimey Behind Stymy

Figure Eight Eh!!

Ka Ba La … lalala

Political Religious Implicit Complicit Explicit
Pirate Rogues Illusion Capitalist Enslavers

Like other financial empires in history, Smith claims the contemporary model forms alliances necessary to develop and control wealth,
as peripheral nations remain impoverished providers of cheap resources for the imperial-centers-of-capital.[1]
Belloc estimated that, during the British Enclosures, "perhaps half of the whole population was proletarian",
while roughly the other "half" owned and controlled the means of production. Now, under modern Capitalism, J.W. Smith claims
fewer than 500 people possess more wealth than half of the earth’s population,
as the wealth of 1/2 of 1-percent of the United States population roughly equal that of the lower 90-percent.

Taxation 4 Sand Castles

Invincible Electromagnetics

Grinds to a Halt

Buried Under Sands Of Time

Never Ending War Story

Edison Tesla Doublethink
Delirium Tremens


PRO phets PRO fit


Think Through
Process Exercise Wit


s Said
Look out for the Truck
U can duck the intention
U inevitably will make the connect

Ass Sight Informed


Sci Fi

Mind Control

Accelerate Think
Manley P Hall


David Slings

A case of Humanitis

Lucifer Of Venus Excommunication


Registered Saving Plan
Replace Snake Pits


Snake pits
are places of horror, torture and even death in European legends and fairy tales.
Viking warlord Ragnar Lodbrok is said to have been thrown into a snake pit and died there,
after his army had been defeated in battle by King
Aelle II of Northumbria.
An older legend recorded in Atlakviða and Oddrúnargrátr tells that
Attila the Hun murdered Gunnarr, the King of Burgundy, in a snake pit.
In a medieval German poem,
Dietrich von Bern is thrown into a snake pit by the giant Sigenot - he is protected by a magical jewel that had been given to him earlier by a dwarf.

In common metaphorical usage, a snake pit can mean any institution
(such as a school, prison, hospital, or nursing home) or organization led in an inept or inhumane way,
or an institution containing many people who may be hostile, untrustworthy, or otherwise treacherous ("snakes").
For example, the film The Snake Pit (1948)
tells the story of a woman
who finds herself in an insane asylum and cannot remember how she got there.

Confidence their belief flogs the greatest
Political Religious Illusion Charlatan Kayfabe media inciting Fickle Inherent Bias Ignorant Bliss
Critical Think PRO - Political Religious Optimist
Until winds turn Fig Leaf where significance is revealed
As in a flea backstroking with reserved erection calling 4th 4 the draw bridge to be raised invariably raising a Titanic sink

Sci Fi
Holistic Ambiguity Universal Neurosis Trauma

I know I shall never see a poem so lovely as a tree nor a brighter life form!!!
Frank 13


“There were no dates in this history, but scrawled this way and that across every page were the words
Benevolence Righteousness and Morality
… finally I began to make out what was written between the lines.
The whole volume was but a single phrase,
Eat People”

Divine Simplicity

"Do not do to others what you would not want for self"
"Recompense injury with justice and recompense kindness with kindness"

That's all folks!!

That's IT

Gotta get the bugs in eh!!

Forthright Forthcoming Forthwith

Not to be confused with -holism.

Holism (from Greek ὅλος holos "all, whole, entire") is the idea that natural systems (physical, biological, chemical, social, economic, mental, linguistic, etc.) and their properties should be viewed as wholes, not as collections of parts. This often includes the view that systems function as wholes and that their functioning cannot be fully understood solely in terms of their component parts.[1][2]

Holism is a form of antireductionism, which is the complement of reductionism. Reductionism analyzes a complex system by subdividing or reduction to more fundamental parts. For example, the processes of biology are reducible to chemistry, and the laws of chemistry are explained by physics.

Social scientist and physician Nicholas A. Christakis explains that "for the last few centuries, the Cartesian project in science has been to break matter down into ever smaller bits, in the pursuit of understanding. And this works, to some extent... but putting things back together in order to understand them is harder,
and typically comes later in the development of a scientist or in the development of science."[3]

Ad hoc is a Latin phrase meaning "for this". It generally signifies a solution designed for a specific problem or task, non-generalizable, and not intended to be able to be adapted to other purposes (compare a priori). Common examples are organizations, committees, and commissions created at the national or international level for a specific task. In other fields the term may refer, for example, to a military unit created under special circumstances, a tailor-made suit, a handcrafted network protocol, or a purpose-specific equation. Ad hoc can also mean makeshift solutions, shifting contexts to create new meanings, inadequate planning, or improvised events.

In science and philosophy, ad hoc means the addition of extraneous hypotheses to a theory 
to save it from being 

 Ad hoc hypotheses compensate for anomalies not anticipated by the theory in its unmodified form. Scientists are often skeptical of theories that rely on frequent, unsupported adjustments to sustain them. Ad hoc hypotheses are often characteristic of pseudoscientific subjects.[1] Ad hoc hypotheses are not necessarily incorrect, however. An interesting example of an apparently supported ad hoc hypothesis was Albert Einstein's addition of the cosmological constant to general relativity in order to allow a static universe. Although he later referred to it as his "greatest blunder," it has been found to correspond quite well to the theories of
 dark energy.[2]

Mask 13

Not 4 Amateurs Eh!!

Edison Tesla Doublethink
Delirium Tremens



Bottom Line Enemy Us Subterfuge

Spirit Of Universal Law

Solar Ghost Of 13

Echo 4 Birds