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  • desaparecido76 9:13 pm on June 3, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: , japan,   

    Unseen, by For Nihon 

    Interested in some good ambient music and supporting cleanup efforts in Japan? Check out For Nihon.

    Sample here:

  • desaparecido76 7:28 pm on February 4, 2010 Permalink |
    Tags: augmented reality, japan, makeup,   

    Augmented Reality I´d Use 

  • desaparecido76 5:52 pm on December 24, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: freud, japan, kawai,   

    Western vs Eastern Consciousness 

    Article here

  • thedarkcleft 3:10 am on December 2, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , japan, mcdonalds, sushi,   

  • tallbridge 6:19 pm on November 7, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: japan,   

    Thank you for flying Tokyo airlines… 

    Taiwan-Japan July '09 154


    we hope you had a nice flight:)

    Taiwan-Japan July '09 116

    • oneshowatatime 4:29 am on November 8, 2009 Permalink

      those are the hottest mittens ever. you gotta go to japan to get those or what?

  • tallbridge 12:50 am on July 16, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: japan, mt fuji,   




  • tallbridge 2:56 am on November 9, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: ayahuasca, benjamin fulford, illuminati, japan   

    Benjamin Fulford… 

    So Benjamin Fulford is a Canadian journalist living in Japan and in my opinion as of this moment one of the raddest dudes on the planet 🙂  He has gotten a fair amount of interesting press, look up his name w/ cryptogon and telomorph and an assortment of other things.

    A lot of my time these days has been diving a little deeper into this subjects, which is dangerous.  I am mostly just putting it out there for anyone looking.  If you do not feel like potentially triggering fear, outrage, paranoia, depression, just skip this stuff.  I am just in a mode of an inhaling it for now, and seeing how it affects me…giving me more strength, or choking me off.

    But I think I like this guy because he seems to tie together a lot of what I am experiencing as my worldview.  He grew up very well off, with a diplomatic interesting family – living in Canada and Mexico, speaking english, spanish and french.  When he was 17 he peaced out to the Amazon and lived with the Shipibo, the same tribe most of the ayahuasca knowledge that the west has accumulated has come from.  He did not want to get well adjusted by going into university without really knowing himself, and so he didn’t.  I’ve been fighting this feeling for the past four years, and thanks to the Internet, festivals, music, etc…I have survived.  He then took off for Japan and decided to attend university there, as he notes in the video – got up to the higher level courses in nearly all subjects…Eventually became a journalist, being the main guy for Forbes on Asia.

    There’s a lot of controversy out there as to what he says and his sanity, but I think he is a mainstream insider who is slightly psychedelically, mystically informed.  On the surface of all this conspiracy is still the world….but to many of us being encompasses much more than just our experience here….I give him credit and slack, for doing what he does.  I think he’s a bright soul, and if this sounds cool I hope you can draw some inspiration from him like I did.  And down below is another movie I found today that is absolutely beautiful in my opinion about ayahuasca in Ecuador by this guy and his wife Dean Jeffrys.

    Description from video:

    The Ultimatum: Benjamin Fulford (Part 1 of 3) Tokyo, Japan February, 2008 The son of a Canadian diplomat, Benjamin Fulford rebelled against his upbringing and at the age of 17 made his way to the Amazon to live with a native tribe. Wanting to better understand Western society, he spent time in a community in Argentina before attending university in Japan. Principled, brave, and still a diehard idealist, he resigned as Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief of Forbes Magazine after investigating a scandal the editor refused to report. As he researched global affairs further, he uncovered the complex web of global financial control at the hands of the Rockefellers and Rothschilds – and also the reality of racially targeted bioweapons such as SARS. It was these plans for depopulation that upset some powerful factions in Japan, Taiwan and China. After being approached by a real-life Ninja, matters came to a head in 2007 when Fulford became the first Westerner for 500 years to be admitted into the Eastern Secret Societies, a group with 6 million members. As their spokesman, he delivered a simple message to the Illuminati: Recognize that your time is over, step down without a fight, and allow the world to thrive – or face the consequences from 100,000 professional assassins. This was first communicated through Henry Makow and Jeff Rense in July 2007. Project Camelot has now traveled to Japan to meet with Fulford personally. Our interview presents the astonishing background story – and also reminds the Illuminati, whom we are confident watch our videos carefully, that the ultimatum is real, serious, and still in force. Armed with an optimistic vision, Fulford is prepared to be the next Finance Minister of Japan. His plans to spend Japan’s $5 trillion of foreign reserves to end world poverty are inspiring as practical steps to repair generations of damage done by a ruthless ruling elite. This is a man with a deep understanding of both East and West, a global economic historian who thinks way outside of the box, a lover of peace unafraid to speak warrior words. In this comprehensive video, Parts 1 and 2 focus on global financial history and Fulford’s fascinating personal story leading up to his approach by the Ninja. Part 3 contains the details of The Ultimatum itself. Ps this is from Project Camelot, which if you go to their site you’ll see massive amounts of data about illuminati,  ufos, etc, etc…The people who run it, I think are a little shaky, but again good at heart.  It’s about resonance and not content for me, but it takes a strong stomach and good foundation of backgroud knowledge to try and eat some of this stuff. This is their co-project Project Avalon, which has a better vision I think.

    If anyone checks some of this out, I would love to hear some comments and get a little discussion about it 🙂

    • tallbridge 5:26 am on November 9, 2008 Permalink

      i’ve been doing more research on fulford….he has some good insights on things undoubtedly, providing some unusual conclusions on world events that resonate something strange

      but then he makes up exagerated figures every once in a while, and seems very flustered

      honestly i think the man could use more focus on spirit/psychic/health and body activities like anyone can…

      dude this shit is ridiculous…the internet is a wild wild wild place

      if this are as serious as this, we gotta be stretched and ready to go!

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