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Interview Starts 34:55 Dr. Richard Alan Miller – author of many books on surviving off the grid, alternative agriculture, and training super soldiers is in Grimerica.  We chat about his past training nave seals, polymaths, cybernetic anthropology, merkaba  mysticism.    The fourth phase of water, fullerene water, cavitation,  and his ‘knot’ theory comes, up a few times and we chat about living off the grid and alternative agriculture.  See the approximate topical timeline to our discussion:   2:00 – We get into his extensive background; jungian, magician, holographic universe, his time training the navy seals about intuition 10:00 – The new science of cavitation, is Nibiru a binary star with a Dyson sphere? 16:00 – Creating your own reality  21:00 – Learning new things and the nature of information 38:00 – Terraforming with 3 ingredients,  and the seed/spice trade 44:00 – Geodesic sustainable lifeboats and secret courses 51:00 – Holographic universe vs space time universe and the role of information 1:03:00 – 9/11 and the new nuclear weapons 1:12:00 – Chemtrails and the Chilliwack airport, combating aluminum poisoning and other toxins 1:16:00 – Combatting cancer with mushrooms and oxygen 1:24:00 – The coming collapse and the crooked bankers, synthetic telepathy and functional savants.   In the intro James Nations joins us and we happen to dive into surviving a collapse. James tells us of a synchro and Graham reads some listener emails. They chat about the weather modification, the Holy Grail movie and of course the good ole UFO quote of the week.   Links to stuff we chatted about during the show and the intro: king author and the black knight Mark LeClair and Cavitation The Fourth Phase of Water Please Help support the show. Grimerica’s Honey DoBeDoBeDo List: !! – Grimerica is fully and solely listener supported. We adhere to the Value for Value model.  0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites… just many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!!   Leave a Voicemail Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher    Sign up for our newsletter

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Respect my hat of science!

Respect my hat of science!


Am I the only one here who thinks the concepts of burden of proof and evidence based beliefs are a control mechanism? Are we not at liberty to experience erroneousness? “Errors are portals to discovery”, probably said someone who is very wise. I wish to grant the entire spectrum of the human experience the dignity it has lost. By extension I wish you the liberty of erroneousness. I have made no ceremony about my approach to belief. I believe things, ultimately because I want to. My mind is not your lab. It’s mine if anyone’s.

Scientism is the (a?) new church. We are told by a scientific authority (hint a bachelor’s degree isn’t that hard to come by) who go on TV and tell us that our grandmother is crazy because she says she saw your Grandpa’s ghost. Doesn’t matter that Science-Guy doesn’t know anything about you or her, he’s wearing a bowtie and is on TV so stop thinking for yourself. “Science Rules!”, sure, or else!  It rules in much the same way the church did. Church’s are most fun when overthrown or occasionally burnt. Bring on the apocalypse.

I’ll just throw this out there, this whole science vs. a non-empirical movement through the world has something to do with sex. Actually I mean, in some way I can’t figure out let alone put into language, it is about sex and shame and repression.

Indefinability aside. This is not the kind of world I live in. Where questioning the prevailing viewpoint is met with derision. What is this where the people closest to you ought to be suspected of delusion when they commit the simple act of confirming 30 000 years (at minimum) of anecdotal evidence? Haven’t you had enough of this? I feel like I’m taking crazy pills over here!

If I was the kind of person willing to roll up his sleeves and fight fire with fire I’d write about the actual large body of evidence for PSI effects, OBE, NDE, Spirit contact and so forth. But you have access to all of that in your pocket (or probably in your hand right now). You could download origin of species to your phone and read it it all in one week’s commute to and from work. You could do the same with Plato’s works in a few months. You could also start reading scientific studies about scientific studies. Such as this one quite clearly pointing at a serious deficiency in scientific academia. 

And you have Alex Tsakiris and Gordon White and Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock And John Anthony West – add to the list in the comments below – rogue researchers more experienced and knowledgeable than I. Proud iconoclasts, dignified reeds jutting from the murk gracefully breaking the torrential current.

My point is you don’t need my help.

You are already processing the repercussions following the fact that materialism is on it’s last leg and is running out of places to hide. You chuckle at the fiction that is the multiple worlds interpretation and string theory. You shake your head at how it has zero evidence supporting them after decades of getting kicked around at the highest echelons of the scientific magisterium. You observe how the materialist hijack of the atheist and skeptic movements has resulted in nothing but condescension and arrogance. You have rejected Neil deGrasse Tyson as your Pope. You actively rebel against the edict that your are a biological robot without free will. You have grown tired of the absurdity.

Me too. Here’s to the next thing – *clink* – Cheers!

To liberation!

To liberation!

I noticed this oppressive masculine, empirical archon even at the Seattle Esoteric Book Conference. Of all the places to be liberated from intellectual oppression, this is the place. I am abundantly grateful for the work of these adventurers. Richard Gavin, Louis Sahagan, Pam Grossman, Jason Louv, Brian Cotnoir, Daniel Schulke, Benjamin Vierling, Joseph Uccello, John Eric Graham. These people are brilliant and deserve to be listed. That said, it seems that at a certain level, in the business of launching ideas into the ether one must necessarily encounter the spirit of ridicule. Graham Hancock went on record saying he started writing fiction out of exhaustion. The process of armouring every single one of his findings with multiple footnotes knowing that the so-called “skeptics” would simply move the goal posts again and again; it’s got to wear you down.

I admire and respect those of us who choose to engage with the intellectually dishonest minions of materialism. I pledge them my support and to a significant degree, my loyalty. But it is not my calling

This is probably the reason why music is occupying an increasingly larger piece of my mental real estate. Language is a trap. Music is so immediate an experience of the strange and under some circumstances, it is the closest I’ve come to communing with God (call it the Other if you prefer). Music and probably all non-linguistic arts sit at the centre of direct being and forced apprehension. It is what happens when Dionysus fucks Appollo. And who wouldn’t want to be the third in that threesome?

Chords are my grimmoire. Melody is my incantation. Rhythm is my discipline. To be in the loudness is divine madness. It’s risking one’s sanity in an alchemical process. Soul being the shit from which golden riffs are extracted. The cow corpse from whence the golem is risen. In art, one can not demand evidence without encountering the maniacal mockery of the goddess. You will be disciplined! The empiricist dies at the ticket window. There is no denying dread and derangement after they’ve touched you with their own hands. I recommend Richard Gavin’s perspective on this: 

“Reducing the issue to fundamental principles, one may say that civilization is the product of masculine consciousness, the child of the left brain. It is the paragon of daylight and logic, of tidy order and the observable cause-and-effect phenomena that provide evidence for the physical sciences. In esoteric lore, the right hand is the active one. This is the current of solar-phallic activity, calculating and often utilitarian, which fostered the Enlightenment, the Industrial Revolution, economics, and politics. Whenever one hears a person (wether their physical gender is male or female is irrelevant) boasting about how they only believe in what they can see and touch, one is encountering an expression of masculine consicousness, the type that recognizes only the dayside of existence.

But alongside this there exists, of course, the required “opposite polarity” the feminine conscioussness. This is the realm of intuition, receptivity, and mythic dreaming; of night spirit, and the subconscious. This is the true wilderness where manifestation is spontaneous, the realm of the left (or “sinister”) hand, the great Darkness that is the source of the greatest of all energies: the mysterious.”

Dream is a good home for the individual choosing to darkly move through life. Dreamtime will dignify you (see paragraph 1). Embracing uncertainty will humanize you (see Madman’s Guide Vol. 1 Issue 2).


Not pictured, apotheosis.

Not pictured, apotheosis.


So in the spirit of dignity I humbly offer a dream I dreamed:

You see a thunderous vista through the windshield of the white 1988 Buick Century that you bought from your Dad. You park the car on the side of the road and do not bring the keys with you. You step out walking towards the hill’s crest. The heavens are alive and scream divinity as the bolts hit the earth with martial immediacy. A new constellation is birthed for your witnessing.

You are an awakened monkey reaching for his iphone. “I have to instagram this!” With the raising of your tricorder the day breaks and the world dissolves into mediocrity. The alarm rings, coffee, shower, shave, job.

You are not on call in dream. May you dream of freedom and never waken.

This concludes Madman’s Guide Vol. 2. Subsequent volumes and issues will be published sporadically as I focus on my musical endeavours and another writing project which you may hear about later in 2017. To keep in touch with me, find me on twitter: @ulyssesnewcomb.

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2 guys, 2 days, 2 countries, 2 states, 2 provinces, 2 eclectic stores, and 2 dry lake beds, Darren and Graham drive down to the Spokane and the Dry Falls at Grand Coulee. This is one of the main areas of research recently for Randal Carlson and Graham Hancock in their catastrophist work.   We chat a little bit on the way down in the car and then we meet Brad Young and his friend Shawn at the Dry Falls for a hike. Some amazing scenery and to imagine there was miles of ice and water there only 11,500 years ago.    Brad has worked with Randal Carlson for years helping him develop the latest theories and they have travelled all over the scablands.   We travel with Brad to another lake and we have a little chat in the car and we meet Jestin in person for the first time for Breakfast. Justin has been helping us with our news letter and he blogs for Grimerica as well. Check out our Instagram for a couple pics….    See links below for Brad and Randal’s work: Brad Young’s site Randal Carlson’s site Jestin’s blog   check out some of our older episodes with Randal and Brad and the gang as well:    Please Help support the show. Grimerica’s Honey DoBeDoBeDo List: !! – Grimerica is fully and solely listener supported. We adhere to the Value for Value model.  0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites… just many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!!   Leave a Voicemail Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher    Sign up for our newsletter

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interview starts 31:15   Jim Elvidge makes his way back to Grimerica. Jim has been researching and writing about digital philosophy, simulation theory and alternate realities. He is working on another book coming out later this year. We chat about how much things have changed since he was last on the show and his book “The Universe Solved” came out. Many mainstream scientists are talking about a simulated or digital reality.  We chat about the evolution of different theories, i.e.. string and quark, and entanglement and the observer affect. Jim takes us through the Mandela Affect, quantum computing and how trauma can be passed down through generations.   Jim’s old book lays out the four main categories of evidence; consciousness is fundamental and primary, all matter is digital/data, all matter is data, everything is illusion and the system/thing is digital. His new book will have many more categories and will make these theories more scientific.   We also chat about virtual reality and other theories like the Big TOE, Biocentrism, many worlds and holographic universe….    In the intro Darren and Graham chat about the past life reading they just had! Crazy stuff, and a big thanks to some amazing art and letters received at the IGLOO. Thanks for your stories, synchronicities, and feedback.   See below for links to all the stuff we chat about during the show and the intro: The incredible story about artificial clouds and weather modification. our first episode with Jim    Please Help support the show. Grimerica’s Honey DoBeDoBeDo List: !! – Grimerica is fully and solely listener supported. We adhere to the Value for Value model.  0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites… just many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!!   Leave a Voicemail Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher    Sign up for our newsletter

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The Cypher of the Mind

The universe is. There is no hacking it. It is not a simulation or an illusion. It does not glitch. It cannot be fooled.

All of these shenanigans take place in the mirror, the one we each possess: the blessed mind. Your mind reflects the universe in language, symbol, archetype; and is encoded with the sensations of the body, and the emotions of the heart. The idea is to purge yourself of errors, contradictions, and hypocrisy. If you can do this, you will see the universe as it is. All that is possible will be revealed.

Lying clouds the mind. You cannot fool others without also fooling yourself, because the universe knows the truth, and cannot forget. To keep the information tidy, the universe stores your lies within you. You inevitably end up believing these lies if they are not properly purged with repentance. Likewise, if you maintain clarity, others cannot lie to you. They will only fool themselves.

Your mind is a precision machine. It attracts and repels in predictable ways. If you focus on a thing, you will attract it. If you focus on hate, apathy, selfishness, and fear: you will attract these things. If you focus on the short-comings, idiocy, and the hypocrisy of others, these things will develop in you. Don’t ignore these things when you see them. Notice it, forgive it, move on. But focus your mind elsewhere.

Do you want things? The surest way I know to attract what I want is to give it. Do you want love? Do you want respect? Do you want recognition? Give it to others. By doing so, you will understand that you too deserve these things, and you will begin to see where you already have them. Once you recognize there is no lack, more will come pouring into your life.

It is often said that we are given grace, but it is too rarely mentioned that we receive it with gratitude. The glass may only be half full, but it is a mighty big glass.

Balancing the Mind with Heart and Soul

A note before we begin: the term “soul” refers to the invigorated body. Without the enervating “spirit”, the body is nothing more than food for the worms. Thus, the term “body” is not enough when referring to the living man…

As powerful as the mind may be, it is but one part of the trinity that feeds you insight. There is also the instinct of your heart (played out in emotions), and the subconscious reactions of your soul (radiating primarily from your gut). Both are as important and potent as conscious thought.

Our emotions signal our spiritual health. Love and fear feed our emotions. Love knows abundance and calms us, as fear agitates us and proves scarcity. If our emotions are cruel and vicious, our heart is corrupt. If we suffer empathy and hope, our heart is pure. To suffer a breaking heart leads us to the divine work of God. We are here to bless each other with our gifts and talents. This is our work, our sacrifice, as noted by the cross.

The subconscious is dominated by the will to survive, and hopes for the good life. God made the earth pleasing, and we should take pleasure in its abundance. We are given appetites to make us strong and continue our race.

But we must temper our appetites that they do not control us, just as we must face our fear, and purge ourselves of lies. We are not to live by any one of these alone. Subservience to appetite makes us despondent and isolated. We should beg for immortality though we do nothing good with our long lives. Instead, we become hoarders, filled with insatiable gluttony, and care not that others have so little.

Likewise, work alone hardens the heart. We become empty if we give and give, never to take. Our love dwindles if never replenished, and fear finds us an empty vessel, eager to be filled.

Study alone cannot give us a good life, if we do not also work and play. The mind will see us disconnected and ephemeral. It will see us wanting and never having. We become cold and distant, lost in thought. Everything becomes a mere theory, despite hard proof under our feet.

This is the holy trinity: the sacred balance of mind, heart, and soul. It is our spiral ritual (spiritual) as we continually draw the circles of our world. Our circles do not need to meet the unending perfection of pi, but only the near approximation of three: a clean mind, a willing heart, and a strong body.

The Word of God – The Living Scripture

Each of us writes our own story. We write it with our thoughts, words, and actions, with study, work, and play, with mind, heart, and soul. As the author, each of us has authority over what is written.

Each of us possesses free will. Though we may fool ourselves into believing otherwise, do not think the universe is so easily blinded. Yes, we have specific circumstances that must be addressed. Each of us came into this world somewhere in the middle. But the universe has given us the strengths and talents we need to meet our fates. If we must write our lives, let us write with intention.

There is but one book to know: the one you write. If you do not write it – if you allow others to write it for you – you are already lost. Yet, feel free to quote and borrow from the great minds of history. All has been said and done, and usually with more eloquence than one can muster in the moment. Feel free to borrow, but give credit where credit is due.

Thank you, beloved brothers and sisters. I leave you with a hymn.


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I do not like having to write this issue of Madman’ Guide. Hence the delay. I have barely proof read it. The best I can do is have it be out there to be looked at. I am putting some trust in you, I asking that you be on my side and forgive me a moment of mediocrity. For today is the scratch moon and I have a vessel to purify.


You will not be happy

You will not be happy


In 1978, I was born. In 1975, My parents converted to Jehovah’s Witness.

Usually when I reveal this to friends, they generally react with confusion, pity or recognition. I only ever reveal the second part of my personal mythos. The first part is either a complete fiction or an unprovable truth. Lets’ not get into it yet in the interest of sparing each other’s sanity.

Zooming back to our main point; I got set back a few decades from having been raised in a cult. And I learned some valuable lessons. How mind control works, how to use selectivity to weaponize ideas, how to tolerate social isolation. Also, it taught me the power of believing bullshit. I know most will see this as a bad thing but I see it as a tool.

I now have a keen awareness of an ideological attempt at mind control. I’ve become convinced that ideas are sentient. Some want to become beliefs that they may more firmly anchor themselves in the minds of they willing to propagate them. There is an ideological pandemic. From twitter trying to sell you Pepsi to that elderly woman who wants to give you a Falun Gong brochure. Your attention is desired (see Madman’s Guide Vol. 1 Issue 3).

The redeeming factor of the life I’ve lived is that escaping a cult, along with the alienation, disconnectedness and probably trauma I had to take with me, I also stole away with various useful tools. It was consciousness bootcamp. Without being taught I learned what I later read in Peter J. Carroll’s Liber Null: “Every new form of liberation is destined to eventually become another form of enslavement (…). There is no freedom from duality on this plane of existence, but one may at least aspire to choice of duality”.

God will kill you unless you smile

Smile or God will kill you

A mustard seed sized amount of bullshit will move a mountain. There are war fields filled with bones who will testify to this truth. The lives sacrificed at the altar of bullshit write a blood testament to the brute power of lying, to the unignorable violence of deception.

When I moved to Vancouver after a years long period of secret intuitive questioning, a key aspect of my experience was fear. When you are told for decades that leaving the inner sanctum of your religious family will result in terrible things happening, and then you leave, you have to be a tough son of a bitch to not give in to that fear. This is where the power of bullshit comes in handy. In looking back at my journals, I see how tumultuous my first year in Vancouver actually was. Lost jobs, financial pressure, culture shock and so forth. Just terror in general really. But my leading belief was “everything will be ok”. I sort of bought in to this notion that the universe is on my side, unconditionally (my favorite pronoiac would be proud). I now see this belief as a necessary tool to overcome great fear. I had to essentially stick my head in the sand so as to not slip into paralyzing self-doubt. You have to understand how hardcore of a cynic I was before all of this. So much so was I cynical that I fell into nihilistic depression. It almost killed me. I saw no hope anywhere. So for me to go from “nothing will be ok” to “everything will”, is a huge swing of the pendulum.

There is an in-between chapter here that is too fresh to unpack in a way I can write about. Though I already have.  So I need to jump cut.

Burn. Always burn.

Burn. Always burn.

I’ve come out the other side of this not believing “everything will be ok” but rather that “I can/will make things ok” and more recently I’ve kind of let go of even that and just allowed myself the dignity of playing in the sandbox of now. I must have learned that whatever belief I may have now is under constant threat of being revealed as total bullshit. I get to decide to keep believing for the sake of usefulness, or set fire to my reality. There is power in disrespecting one’s own worldview. It depends on my aims. This tattoo on my shoulder binds me to constant movement. Believe a thing, burn it, believe another thing, burn it. I live in that church and I worship the fire consuming it.

Any perspective we have says more about ourselves and our aspirations than it does reality itself. Leading me to think that moving from an “everything will be ok” mindset to a “I can/will make things ok” paradigm means I am transforming out of blind faith in Other, into self-confidence in my Self. I estimate this to be a milestone step towards self-actualization.

Something my parents can’t grasp is that belief is informed by experience. At first. Then your experience becomes caused by belief. They’ve painted themselves into a corner with extremely limiting beliefs. Dark magic indeed. It’s that whole Will and Perception thing that you read about in Liber Null. Chicken and the egg.

Oh bullshit, you dual-edged sword you!

I’ve mentioned this before in passing but I’d like to elaborate a little here. I am aware that this all probably sounds cynical. Nothing is true, hold on to nothing, everything burns. Gee that guy must be depressed! It seems that it is only in art that I can express the aliveness of my experience of void. If I really was a giving up on everything, I would not be constructing world views at all. Yet I’m here. I don’t doubt you’ve picked up on my curious nature. On my fighting instinct. I am interested in all the angles, I’ve given myself overwhelming options.

Everything is beautiful and moves.

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I discovered this hack sometime last year, but I’ve only been using it for the last few months. It’s a bit of a parlor trick, admittedly. I can afford the 49 cents everyone else spends, but that’s not the point. The point is that it is completely legal. Which means, if you don’t know about this (and I only learned about it last year), there is much about the law you don’t know.

First, the trick. Write the return address so it looks like this:

Your Name
c/o Your Address
Town, State

Make sure you don’t use any abbreviations. Write New Hampshire instead of NH (or your state’s equivalent). Write avenue instead of ave., and so on. Remember, no zip code! Here’s a fictional example:

Tyler Durdin
c/o 1234 Paper Street, Apartment #5
Detroit, Michigan

The recipient’s address can be in the normal fashion, or it can follow this fashion. It doesn’t matter. All that matters is that you are sending the letter from the jurisdiction of the Several States, and not from the jurisdiction of Washington DC. If you are in the same city as the recipient, you only need to put two cents on the envelope. Either way, the envelope can weigh as much as half an ounce.

Finally, take the letter to the post office of your choice and drop it in the box marked “letters”. You may try to give it to one of the clerks, but in my experience, they always claim this should not, cannot, and will not work. It seems these clerks either do not know the obligations of the USPS or are purposely obscuring the truth (personally, I believe it’s the former). I like to think I’m a pretty clever guy. However, I do not think I can fool the space age technology of the USPS sorting machines, which means, this is all somehow strangely legal.

So why no zip code, you ask? If you are using a zip code, you are within the jurisdiction of Washington DC…

…I can hear it now. All five of you still reading this post are saying “I’m not in Washington DC. I’m in Vermont, Pittsburgh, Punkin Center…” Well, not physically, but legally you are in Washington DC.

The short of it is that the Civil War made a mess of the federal government. The mailing standards set just prior to the war are still in effect (if you want the specific paperwork, you’re looking for the Stamp Act of the 37th Congress), but this is only for the Several States and article IV citizens. During the Civil War, a second class of citizen was born. The fourteenth amendment made the slaves federal citizens – a status that didn’t exist before the war. Politicians-in-the-know refer to this as the “special condition” of the fourteenth amendment. The current postage of 49 cents is for anyone subject to the statutes of Washington DC: agents, employees, and citizens. The fourteenth amendment also allowed that federal citizens can live anywhere in the Several States as “residents”.

To manage their newly acquired residents, the federal government set up administrative districts. Being always above board and beyond reproach, the federal government made their efforts obvious to the people. They called these districts “The State of” and placed them geographically on the state of choice. So although there is New York, there is also The State of New York. These two places exist in the same geographical area, but are completely separate jurisdictions. Same goes for cities, counties, and all sorts of local jurisdictions. If you are in “The County of El Paso” know that you are also in El Paso County, but you are subject to federal statutes. If you are in “The City of Pittsburgh” you are also in Pittsburgh, but you are subject to federal statutes. These districts are the jurisdiction of the federal government. The “courts” of this federal system are called the statutory courts, because they enforce the statutes of Washington DC, and her 50 administrative “States”. I’ve heard it said this is why statutory courts fly flags with a gold fringe: to signify the jurisdiction of Washington DC.

A bit of recap: there are two kinds of citizenship in the United States of America. One is subject to the laws of the Several States, protected by the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution. These are article IV citizens as identified by Article IV of the U.S. Constitution. They are not authorized in federal jurisdictions. Although an article IV citizen may be in California, that same citizen is not allowed in The State of California, which means he is not subject to federal statutes.

The other form of citizenship is the “special condition” of the fourteenth amendment, and although these citizens are offered protection from the Several States, they have no protection from the federal government whatsoever. These people are called residents because their domicile is Washington DC.

So how do you know if you are one and not the other? That depends on how you identify yourself. If you identify yourself with a birth certificate, social security number, driver’s license, or any other administrative identification (pretty much anything “official” except a passport) you are a federal citizen. If you created your own identification, you are a citizen of the Several States.

I’m betting most of you are just now realizing that you are part of the “special condition” of the 14th amendment, and thus, you are a federal citizen. This wouldn’t be an issue if federal citizens were protected by the Bill of Rights, but they are not. These citizens are subject to the federal government with no protections whatsoever. Their rights are modifiable. In other words, the federal government never really freed the slaves. They simply took ownership and convinced almost everyone else to “volunteer” into federal slavery. So while your president tells you that you are hated for your freedoms, he secretly knows you don’t have any. Ain’t that a bitch?

But I have a key for you: if you can volunteer in, you can volunteer out. Simply make an identification and state your domicile, then divorce yourself of all offending obligations and entitlements.

That said, the entire matter is tied up in more history and legal posturing than I can reasonably put in one mere blog post. Instead, I’d like introduce you to some friends of mine: Todd McGreevy and Corey Eib of the Agenda31 show. These are the two gentlemen that showed me this twisting honeycomb of a rabbit hole, and I can’t thank them enough. If you’d like to know more about this subject, feel free to visit them at for some low risk, high reward initiatives. That is, if you’re all caught up on the Grimerica, of course.


A note from Corey Eib –

“One point I would like to add is that this non-domestic mail also demonstrates that the existing government has an obligation to provide a republican form of government to the several states.

The several states must pay debts in gold and silver, this includes paying the Post Office Dept for postage used by the governments of the several states.

You and I are not required to pay anything in gold and silver, so we can use fiat currency to buy 2 cent stamps, and that is a great deal for us. But the deal is just plain normal and fair for the several states. Say California presented 1 US minted Silver Dollar (worth about $23 today) and got 50 USPS stamps in return. This means each two cent stamp cost about $0.46 each, pretty close to the price of a ‘forever’ first class USPS stamp today.

Not only is this a nice parlor trick, but it is also evidence of the ability of the people to re-start the functions of the several states and have those states be able to purchase postage using gold and silver coin.

States today are not the same as the several states, they, like us, are not required to purchase postage with gold and silver.”


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interview starts 39:40 Anthony Peake – author and researcher into many fringe areas of consciousness joins us for his usual mind blowing chats. Anthony is working on his ninth book called “Opening the Doors of Perception”. Anthony is one of these guys who can articulate the mysteries and theories of consciousness very well.    We get into altered states of consciousness and the devices, techniques and substances that will to you there. Psychedelics, lucid dreaming, pre-cog states, OBE’s, NDE’s, and the Lucia device to name a few. We also chat about quantum physics, the pineal gland, simulation theory, virtual reality and many other theories of reality.   Anthony talks about some of his earlier books and what it was like to work with and be chosen by Ervin Lazslo to collaborate on the book “The Immortal Mind”. Anthony, like many of our past guests have had their path repaved or opened up by an intense synchronicity or spiritual experience and Anthony shares his personal account with us. This is a great long interrupted chat packed with loads of info, only like Anthony can do. Be sure to check out the line/notes below for most of the stuff we chatted about.   A somewhat chronological topic timeline…..:   41:45 – Quick background on Anthony working with Ervin Laszlo and “The Immortal Mind” 46:20 – Evidence for the existence of Consciousness outside the Brain 53:30 – Graham Nichols – London terrorist explosion precognition   58:00 – Evidence of precognition before 911.   1:04:00 – Is reality a simulation/hologram?   1:13:00 – Remote viewing, OBE’s, lucid dreaming, etc   1:27:30 – The non locality experiments and entanglement,  holographic universe   1:33:00 – Memory and consciousness not local to brain.   1:45:00 – DMT, Aldous Huxley, The Doors, Phillip K Dick.   1:55:00 – The New book – “The Doors of Perception”   In the intro we chat about our recent trip past Spokane to the scab lands, dry falls and the grand coulee where we met up with Brad and Jestin. Graham shares some listener feedback, lucid dreams and synchronicities as well as the usual UFO quote of the week. Welcome to new listeners and thanks to all for listening and supporting. Check out the honey do be do be do be list at the bottom for how to connect and support the show eh. Electric Universe ep with Wal Thornhill Bernard Haisch   Please Help support the show. Grimerica’s Honey DoBeDoBeDo List: !! – Grimerica is fully and solely listener supported. We adhere to the Value for Value model.  0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites… just many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!!   Leave a Voicemail Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher    Sign up for our newsletter

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interview starts 35:05 Rhys Thomas, founder of The Rhys Thomas Institute of Energy Medicine and author of Discover Your Purpose joins us to chat about his work and helping people discover their purpose. Rhys’s story moving from an overachiever to spirituality and healing is very interesting. We chat about Graham and Rhys’s experience with crystal singing bowls and the qualities of our lower and higher selves. Graham and Darren did the profile questionnaire’s  so we figure out what kind of profile’s we are and what we can do to balance things out. We also chat about subconscious vows and how they can hold us back, sound healing frequencies and vibrations, remembering your secret place and food energy.   In the Darren and Graham chat about 911 a little and how views have changed over the past few years. It’s been great meeting people in person and online, and we are thinking of a Grimerica meet up soon and we will be doing some Knight podcasts with some fellow No Agenda podcast supporters.. If you are interested, spam gram…. link below. Graham shares a couple appropriate UFO quotes and some listener feedback and synchronicity.    See the links right here for stuff we chatted about during the show and the intro:   Please Help support the show. Grimerica’s Honey DoBeDoBeDo List: !! – Grimerica is fully and solely listener supported. We adhere to the Value for Value model.  0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites… just many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!!   Leave a Voicemail Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher    Sign up for our newsletter

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It slices! It dices!

It slices! It dices! It’s magic!

“Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it” – Roal Dahl

“The only dangerous thing about magic is that it works.” – Unknown


I’m not one to bury the lead. I believe in spirits. My relationship to belief creates context here and that will be a theme over my entire blogging arc here at Grimerica. So here’s the Cliff’s Notes version: I use belief as a tool. I don’t consider the truthiness of things I believe. I consider the beliefs’ effectiveness to effect the change I seek, and choose accordingly. Mostly, there are important exceptions, and that too will eventually feature in some articles.

There is however, a process of refinement. It’s not a dice game, it’s about playing your best hand to maximize your odds. +EV

Now let’s narrow it down, flesh out the model.

  • What’s a spirit?

This guy wrote my favorite definition of spirit here. It’s part of a series of articles called “Asatru for Atheists”. Essentially it defines spirit as an aggregate of qualities of a thing which may or may not be manifest in matter. Read this excerpt:

Let us take, for example, the spirit of a sword and examine what it is in terms of information. Obviously, it is a sword – but what is a sword, and how do we recognise such a thing? In our minds we generally have a list of possibilities, each characterised by a cluster of properties, which we compare to what we are looking at. For example, a sword is solid, can be large or small, is long and sharp (but not inevitably so), is usually made of metal, may have one or two sharpened edges, may be pointed etc. These things are, in essence, the ‘spirit’ of the generic sword.

That objects have spirits consisting of the characteristics that define them is a notion first expounded upon in detail by Plato, several thousand years ago. He posited a ‘Platonic Realm’ of ‘Ideal Forms’ of which our world was only an imperfect shadow. The notion of Platonic perfection is still present today in branches of modern physics – some highly speculative. I limit myself here to discussing the notion of ‘spirit’ in the context of information theory of contemporary science, but will return to it later.

We now know the ‘spirit of sword’. It is not much of a leap to extend the idea to encompass type and individuality, i.e. to imagine that a particular sword type might have a more highly defined spirit. In the case of a Viking sword, the attributes of ‘sword’ become more specific; namely its steel, its unique shape of blade, guard, pommel and decoration. One can further refine all this to the point where a particular Viking sword is recognised.

That’s pretty much it. A spirit is a bunch of things linked together that describe and/or make up another thing that is perceived (which, come to think of it, is a good description of just about everything). You’ve heard the story of the tribal leader talking about his knife. He explains how the knife has been in his family for centuries. They changed the handle a few times and the blade a few times. But it’s still the same knife. In greek philosophy, this paradox was known as Theseus’ paradox (link).

Now, if you allow for ideas, emotions, instincts to be things, then you start getting close to an inkling of my model of spirits. And you have to allow it because I can’t honestly say I’ve ever gotten results from invoking the spirit of an actual thing (some people apparently have). It has been much more effective (very effective I’d say) to invoke the spirit of ideas anchored to a thing representing them. At this point my soundbite definition of spirit seems in order: The exteriorization of the commonly interiorized. It’s clunky and incomplete. I might make an attempt at discussing the empirical evidence for the existence of independently sentient consciousness at some point but don’t hold your breath, it isn’t my specialization. For now the above model works as a stepping stone towards the description of what it is I experience.

Ball of war!

Ball of war!

  • How?

Good question. So let’s take for instance, the god Mars. Basically, Mars – other than being a floating ball in space, which is impressive enough – is an empty vortex for the aggregation of inter-related ideas, emotions and instincts too complex and fleeting to grasp in a simultaneous manner. Linearity need not apply. So though I suspect an invocation to Mars is simply a calling out of what is within, I “believe” the planet Mars is a spirit I can contact in a variety of ways so that I/it may enact change in my Self/my reality. Not because that this is more true but also not in spite of it being false. Rather, the belief of it being the calling upon something larger than me makes the invocation a more potent experience. The belief is the experience. Experience and belief, will and perception. There’s a neither/neither relationship there.

One way to describe the mechanism of magic, is to liken it to a binary system. A thing is in a state of on or off and I use magic to flip it to the other state. It is way more spectrum-y and unpredictable than that, but for the sake of functionality this description works – I invoke the spirit of truncation discussed in Madman’s guid Vol. 1 Issue 2. So in the case of Mars, let’s say I fear conflict and am incompetent at managing it but conflict is present. I invoke Mars to flip that around to graduate towards the relishing of conflict for the competent ending or resolving of it. When the result is obtained, I make a payment to suspend the operation. Or in the case of failure, go back to the drawing board.

If I were to approach this same problem in a common manner and actually spell out all the things I would need to do and think to achieve the same result I get from invoking Mars, I’d be here for 16 years (which is probably why works of fiction can have such major impact on the world). That’s the thing with symbols, they demarcate the limits of intellectual dissection and announce the beginning of mystery and assimilation.

The spirit of Mars is monumentally more nuanced and fluid than my linear mind can handle (another way to think of it is that invocation is the tapping into the genetic memory of my ancestors at some time doing a similar thing). So this becomes a pragmatic issue. Invocation is the most effective method for me to simultaneously apprehend and apply a vaguely defined set of multiple moving concepts, inter-connected in a super-complex manner. It’s not the front-of-mind thinking which has become so valued in modern society. It’s more something you turn on, aim and ignore. It can appear to be a passive thing in the day-to-day working of it actually.

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Wait there’s more! You see, because this invocation stuff has a lot of history and a built-up egregore in constant movement, I can’t just dive in an invocation and expect my mind will tune into the Mars spirit. The egregore is a large part of this spirit, and so to use it is to tweak that invocation dial closer to the frequency I need. Trust me, I tried burning a dollar store incense stick and waving a steak knife over a tea light in the hopes Mars would respond. It was pretty much the most impotent thing I’ve ever attempted. But then I read some books. I found out which plants are under which planet, studied planetary associations. How the Greeks did their thing, the Egyptians. What, in legend pleased Mars? Why? I make no claim to be an expert because I clearly am not one, but I am making a special effort to be honest. This is a process of gut feel and trial-and-error with an emphasis on the courage of admitting error and enduring trial. But, you see, with this time spent I’m more committed (Jason Miller would call this, investment in a “current”). So no matter how you look at it I think I’m in much better shape. If spirits are an interior thing made exterior, then it’s advantageous that my psyche be invested. If spirits really are exterior, I figure they’ll be more likely to pay attention to someone showing a real interest in them. I figure this because they have.

I see magic as a system for wrangling my Self into a more cohesive and deliberate whole. This necessitates that I wrench parts of me from their centre so that I may look at myself from different angles. If I hadn’t been born into a mind control situation with the spirit of God thrust upon me without my consent, I probably wouldn’t have reason to consider the state of my cognitive sovereignty. But I was and I do.

There’s probably more to spirits than this of course. When you start thinking that ideas are stored in matter (the brain) and muscles have memory, and that DNA is kind of like a book all of which can be accessed by a willing Self. It’s not much of stretch to think maybe other types of matter can store raw information that may be accessible via the stretching of psychic tendrils. And I’ve had my share of unusual experiences that would tip a less skeptical person in a direction I am not compelled to entertain. Call it suspicion of certainty.

Lately I’ve found myself crossing over into ambivalence about the reality of non-material sentience to an interest in the evidence. But the exactitude of all this is an ancillary concern of mine. I refuse to sell myself as a slave to empiricism. I’d rather try and relax into my worldview – so please please please, you are welcome to remind me to chill out about all this. I’ll be grateful. Figuring out what’s true is my hobby at best. Some people collect stamps. That’s at least as valid a pastime.

As the holy bard Terrence McKenna once said in response to the question “Is it the Truth?”

“Well, it’s true enough!”

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