Hubble Telescope and the Olbers' paradox: where is the space dust?

WildFire2000

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Hey The Kraken, your math isn't anywhere close to accurate there. If 98.25% of the population swallows everything and 1.75% question it, that leaves us with 87,500,5000 that don't believe the main stream story. Out of that 87.5million people, (the 2% of 1.75% you referred to) that still leaves 1.75 million people that are still trying to be free thinkers and not slaves to the system.

First post - ! I've been reading this site for a couple months now, when I first stumbled across r/culturallayer on Reddit with some links. I've read the forums, the main posts and have wanted to comment and look at the amazing pictures but was either too lazy or whatever to actually register. I've used the information here to start my parents and some of my other family members on their own path to questioning the garbage they're constantly bombarded with. I find the mystery tantalizing and wish there was far more info to be absorbed. Too many questions are left hanging by our official records.
 

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Hey The Kraken, your math isn't anywhere close to accurate there. If 98.25% of the population swallows everything and 1.75% question it, that leaves us with 87,500,5000 that don't believe the main stream story. Out of that 87.5million people, (the 2% of 1.75% you referred to) that still leaves 1.75 million people that are still trying to be free thinkers and not slaves to the system.

First post - ! I've been reading this site for a couple months now, when I first stumbled across r/culturallayer on Reddit with some links. I've read the forums, the main posts and have wanted to comment and look at the amazing pictures but was either too lazy or whatever to actually register. I've used the information here to start my parents and some of my other family members on their own path to questioning the garbage they're constantly bombarded with. I find the mystery tantalizing and wish there was far more info to be absorbed. Too many questions are left hanging by our official records.
2 million people who openly question spread over the entire world doesnt seem too unrealistic. Compliance is not acceptance. The repercussions for not falling in line range from social ostrisation to death. When the tribe kicks you out winter is cold.

Welcome to the dark side. The hardest part of your journey will be when you hit the stage of information glut. Holding a counter opinion on every subject it becomes hard not to sound like a crazy tin foil hat man. Just remember normies dont want to wake up so dont force it.
 

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2 million people who openly question spread over the entire world doesnt seem too unrealistic. Compliance is not acceptance. The repercussions for not falling in line range from social ostrisation to death. When the tribe kicks you out winter is cold.

Welcome to the dark side. The hardest part of your journey will be when you hit the stage of information glut. Holding a counter opinion on every subject it becomes hard not to sound like a crazy tin foil hat man. Just remember normies dont want to wake up so dont force it.
In many ways, I have found the challenges in engaging with the sleepers have to do simply with a matter of magnitude. The daily soundbite or the Problem/Enemy/Solution weekly news serials are the current public unit of information. Discussion is replaced by flagrant opinion -- I'm young, but I can just barely remember life before Internet, and I swear to god, all the mental energy that must have once gone into understanding each other now seems to go into "standing up" against perceived slights. A couple of weeks ago at a party, I brought up a study I had read about how women suffer more emotionally from breakups in the short-term, whereas men suffer less, but are not likely to ever move on. Instead of unpacking that, one female friend said "that's misogynist" and the discussion moved to an unrelated topic. Doesn't relate exactly to the information here - but it's very indicative of the general social attitude towards serious and respectful conversation. Instead of being eager to question and engage with information itself, on the level, people come at information as if it is attacking them from above and resort to some kind of minimization, rationalization, or victimization in order to defend some abstract part of their own identity or worldview from changing. I can't really even talk about video-games or new movies with people much anymore. I see the matrix of thought manipulation woven into all our harmless fun and entertainment, like a giant net, or web, thrown over top of everything I was told was made by "all kinds of people for all kinds of reasons".

This is very bad for us. Because all the information we are weighing and considering here is aggressively threatening to nearly all worldviews. It's all incredibly inconvenient to think about, even if whether it is This or That does not directly or immediately effect us in life. Stolen history is a blitzkreig on the collective historical psyche! So if people aren't even ready to maturely talk about sex & gender dynamics, it seems like there's no keyhole for the paradigm shift in consciousness that the new chronology implies.
 

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Very well said. It’s either what you described, or outright ridiculing an opinion, contradicting the accepted dogmatic “truth”.

It is nearly impossible to have a conversation of substance about these topics with just about 99 out of 100 people surrounding us.

Zombification starts early. Common core drives the nails of misconception deep into the world views of the growing generations. Along the way injecting powerful messages of how stupid and uneducated the individuals not accepting the common knowledge are.
 
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I always try asking questions to get started, simple things, like the "have you traveled out of the country" (quick sense on their world view), the nature of the enemies we are fighting (does pure propaganda come out of their mouth) ... Depending on answers, you'll know pretty quickly if you have someone willing to engage in conversation or just bleat.

There aren't many that pass the test, my dearest friend in the world doesn't... I have exactly 3 people in my life that I can explore these topics with in real life conversation.
 

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For we wrestle not against flesh and blood enemies, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

-Ephesians 6:12

The top of the food chain is the Prince of the Powers of the Air himself, whatever his name truly is... Samael, Lucifer, Satan. Temporarily he rules this world.

Christ is the literal embodiment of Truth.

Things they dont tell you in Church, but the Bible clearly teaches
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These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

Christ speaking to his disciples in John 16:33
 

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I can not put too much credit into the way the Bible texts are presented. Too much is left for interpretation. Too much is taken out to suit the current view of the religious dogma.

It is portrayed in a way suggesting that people were really dumb back in the day. And this can be traced through one too many passeges.

For example it is full of technological device descriptions, like that of the Ark of The Covenant kept inside the Tabernacle. The set up was most likely a short wave receiving/transmitting device.

There are like tonnes of verses clearly talking about technology, but the words used to describe it are those of a five year old. Sure people could not be that dumb. This suggests to me that the Bible was altered to the point of being anything but the original document.
 
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I can not put too much credit into the way the Bible texts are presented. Too much is left for interpretation. Too much is taken out to suit the current view of the religious dogma.

It is portrayed in a way suggesting that people were really dumb back in the day. And this can be traced through one too many passeges.

For example it is full of technological device descriptions, like that of the Ark of The Covenant kept inside the Tabernacle. The set up was most likely a short wave receiving/transmitting device.

There are like tonnes of verses clearly talking about technology, but the words used to describe it are those of a five year old. Sure people could not be that dumb. This suggests to me that the Bible was altered to the point of being anything but the original document.
What I'd like to really know is do the originals still exist and did anyone take the writings before the library in Alexandria was burned... Even if hidden, I hope they still exist, or that is a unforgivable crime against humanity... If they do still exist, I have a sneaking suspicion where they are
 

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I can not put too much credit into the way the Bible texts are presented. Too much is left for interpretation. Too much is taken out to suit the current view of the religious dogma.

It is portrayed in a way suggesting that people were really dumb back in the day. And this can be traced through one too many passeges.

For example it is full of technological device descriptions, like that of the Ark of The Covenant kept inside the Tabernacle. The set up was most likely a short wave receiving/transmitting device.

There are like tonnes of verses clearly talking about technology, but the words used to describe it are those of a five year old. Sure people could not be that dumb. This suggests to me that the Bible was altered to the point of being anything but the original document.
agree, no one of the religious parts look religious when you analyse them
 

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My understanding is that when King James had all the scribes translate all the books, he wanted as accurate a translation as possible. Which he supposedly got, but it never saw the light of day. He then handed it all over to Francis Bacon, who had spent his life to that point studying eastern religion and philosohy in Asia, for editing, which he did over a long period of time.
So once again, the historical source bottlenecks to one individual.

Side note, most of the versions of the bible today are copyrighted and the copyright is held by the #1 worldwide porn producer.
 
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Appears we are lacking the correct time table and definitive proof of the existence of our historical figures. It’s really hard to trust the written history in that regard. Not being able to figure out what happened in the year of 1915, putting some faith into early 17th century is getting hard.

With the amount of faith being put into our Bible, it would have to be a pristine document. Yet with all the supposed translations, and retranslations, picking and chosing what goes in there and what not it is hardly pristine.

On top of all that, once you add the gibberish meaning of the majority of the verses, which require some serious guesswork to make sense, we eventually end up with a bizarre historical document where everything is questionable. That is if you are honest with yourself, of course.
 
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