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New York City's Billboards Have Feminist Art Instead Of Ads

In another piece, titled “Boudoir,” photographer Lissa Rivera captures her muse and lover BJ wearing a robe and tights as he lounges, odalisque-like, on an emerald-draped cushion. A mysterious, gloved hand juts into the frame to brush his hair. In her series “Beautiful Boy” Rivera captures BJ in a variety of sensual, cinematic poses that riff off and subvert gender norms in and outside of the photographic tradition.

Their creative partnership began before their romantic one when BJ confided in Rivera as a friend, expressing a desire to explore his femininity by dressing in women’s clothes. Rivera, who herself had ambiguous feelings about her own femininity, suggested they untangle their relationships to gender together, using photography as a space where fantasy could override reality.

“I had been interested in the idea that popular notions of beauty are largely drawn from looking at repeated images,” Rivera said in an earlier interview with HuffPost. “The quality of the image has …

Recreated Cold War Apartments Can Cure Alzheimer's?

One nursing home in Dresden, Germany, takes its residents back in time. Brown and yellow designs line the walls, as the scent of Spee and Fewa laundry detergent spreads throughout the room. Yellow magazines that haven’t been read in decades find a new home, joined by the plastic salt-and-pepper shakers that were owned throughout the former East Germany, which included Dresden. And an ”Intershop” sign hovers above a string of walkers and paraphernalia of the past, a constant reminder of the Communist era of yesteryear.

Alexa Seniors’ Residence has created “memory rooms,” that recreate the ambience of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), right down to the era’s meals, décor, and music. No detail was spared in the building of the rooms, from vintage wallpaper featured in German homes of the 1960s to the ditties spinning on record players. The goal is to encourage brain stimulation and reanimate memories of the past for the nursing home’s residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease, d…

How About Some Termite Chocolate Sprinkles On Your Ice Cream?

There’s nothing quite like the satisfying crunch that comes when biting into a salad. But what if that crunch didn’t come from lettuce or croutons at all but instead an unlikely source: insects?

Insectarium, a museum that’s part of Space for Life (Espace pour la vie), a museum district located in Montréal, Québec, Canada, is inviting adventurous eaters to dine on crickets, silkworms, termites and other bugs as part of a special program that runs now through the end of summer. The event features a variety of menu items that on the surface may appear completely normal (think gourmet hamburgers, tacos, falafel and ice cream), but with unexpected accouterments that most people typically deem as pests. Its purpose is to introduce visitors to this unusual—yet nutritious—food source in a fun and educational way.

“Insects are very high in protein, and they have all kinds of nutrients, vitamins and essential amino acids,” Daphné Laurier-Montpetit, scientific recreation coordinator at Insectar…

Oswald Shooting Stagecraft

How long have we been presented with "fake " news? Sandy Hook, Boston Marathon, goes on and on! Is it safe to say we can now add the whole JFK assassination theory into the mix? Looks that way!

Lone Eagle Not only is the mic missing in different images of this staged/fake Oswald Shooting, but also the reporter nearest to Oswald doesn't have his overcoat on in both images. They obviously did multiple takes of the Oswald Shooting. Complete theater.

Other Noteworthy Books I've Come Across

Here are some other books I've come across that I haven't made posts about. These didn't necessarily blow me away with the information written but there are some good chapters and passages contained within these. I will update this occasionally with books I don't do blog posts on.

The Origin Of The ’80s Aesthetic

Memphis Design movement dominated the '80s with their crazy patterns and vibrant colors. Many designers and architects from all around the world contributed to the movement in order to escape from the strict rules of modernism. Although their designs didn't end up in people's homes, they inspired many designers working in different mediums. After their first show in Milan in 1981, everything from fashion to music videos became influenced by their visual vocabulary.

Memphis Group Wikipedia:

The DNA Hoax Exposed


The Origins Of Political Correctness


White Collar: The American Middle Classes

This book is worth reading if you want to know how white collar jobs came along and how jobs started shifting to a service economy. This book goes into how people needed to be more "educated" in order to take on white collar jobs. This meant the graduation rate for high school had to go up and also the literacy rate too. This book really goes over all the bullshit associated with so called white collar jobs. It talks about the fakeness of what white collar jobs entail such as faking personality as a sale person or faking appearance as a sales person. The last chapter, The Politics of the Rearguard pretty much sums up from C. Wright Mills's point of view (I think for the elites reading this book or those in the know) that the white collar, new middle class are discombobulated, ignorant and are no threat as a class.

Here is the free pdf of the book:

Your Body On IUD Birth Control


Vance Packard Speaking At UCLA In 1966


Paul And Phillip Collins On Weaponized Art

Paul and Phillip Collins return to Our Interesting Times to discuss their article “Weaponizing the Arts.” We begin the discussion with some thoughts on the life and death of Zbigniew Brzezinski and then move on to talk about how and why art has been used as a tool of mass mind control by the oligarchs to shape culture and maintain political control.
Paul co-authored with his brother Phillip The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship. Their articles are frequently published on Conspiracy Archive.


A Psychologist Created Wonder Woman To Institute Female Rule

William Moulton Marston was one of the leading psychologists of his time, but these days he’s not known for his work studying the human mind—he’s known as the guy who created Wonder Woman. But that doesn’t mean his psychology research and work in comics were separate, they weren’t. In fact, his scientific theories directly influenced the creation of his iconic heroine.

“He thought that comics would be a good way to influence the youth of America,” says author Tim Hanley, who explores Marston’s colorful personality in his book Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious History of the World’s Most Famous Heroine. “So he very intentionally got into superhero comics to espouse his psychological theories to a young audience.”

Marston’s primary aim with Wonder Woman was to acclimate young boys to the idea of powerful women, to help pave the way for a social upheaval that he felt was inevitable.

A Psychologist Created Wonder Woman To Institute Female Rule |

House Of Cards Predicted The Grenfell Tower Fire In 1993

In the 1993 second series, To Play the King, Urquhart, now prime minister, creates upset when dealing with a fire and subsequent collapse of Corbusier House, an overlooked tower block in inner-city London. Urquhart's nemesis is not the leader of the Labour Party, but the new, politically engaged King, who is determined to turn up at the site of the disaster " to comfort my people", while the Prime Minister remained aloof and detached.

The words of one of the King's advisors sound eerily familiar following the tragedy of Grenfell Tower, which architects and inhabitants warned was "a disaster waiting to happen" after cladding used to make the building more sustainable could have accelerated the fire.

'A disaster waiting to happen': How House of Cards eerily predicted the Grenfell Tower fire in 1993 | The Telegraph

America Learns To Play; A History Of Popular Recreation, 1607-1940

Came across this interesting book on the history of leisure of America. It only goes up to 1940. I still think it's worth reading because it lays down the origins and history of recreation and play here in America. It seems like after the start of the industrial revolution, all of the sudden recreation became popular and all these games were invented for the masses to play. This book talks about baseball, football, hockey, basketball, running and other sports being participated in by the masses or spectated by the masses like never before after people went from an agricultural based society to an industrial machine oriented society here in America.

A good portion of the book talks about the Circus as a theatrical attraction. It talks about P.T. Barnum and his rise to fame by using the circus as a big spectacular attraction for the masses during the 1800s. Also this books talks about how religion used to teach the importance of hard work with very little leisure and how that had t…

The Philosophic Death

This is one of Aaron Franz's best audios. It may be two years old but it's worth listening to multiple times. A good part of this audio is where Aaron talks about fake deaths by Freemasons and the occultist where he says there is such thing as a philosophic death where you fake your death by presenting yourself as dead to those who are not awake and also the exoteric world. He talks about those who fake their death from the truth movement now operate from behind the shadows. Aaron talks about the occult death/rebirth theme that is taking place with these fake deaths. The death is faked to the public/exoteric world and the rebirth is in the esoteric world. The story of Jesus Christ comes to mind as an example of an occult philosophic death display.

I think fake deaths are happening a lot by anyone who is a high level Freemason or secret society member. It could be someone in politics, government, entertainment, professional sports, etc. Sometimes the fake death is for financia…

Exposing The Hoax Of Evolution

I don't believe in man-made religion like Christianity, but this video makes a good presentation exposing the evolution fraud

If you've received a public school education, read science magazines, or watch TV, you've probably seen some solid evidence that supports evolution. I want to show you some evidence that begs to differ and open your eyes to the fact that you may have been misled or brainwashed by the governmenting powers that we have all learned in recent times are honest and trustworthy.
Other aspects I left off of this video that prove evolution is impossible:
There is a scientific LAW that states: cells only come from other pre-existing cells.
It has been proven in a lab and in nature. This law doesn't just apply to cells, it also applies to the parts of cells like phospholipids, DNA, mitochondria, chloroplasts etc.
If you have ever watched the video of DNA replication in real time, you will see many enzymes working and doing things so complicated and…

The AIDS Lie And Magic Johnson 26 Years Later


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NASA Is Launching Colorful Fake Clouds Sunday Morning

If you live along the Eastern Seaboard and wake up early Sunday, you could be treated to a colorful sky hours before sunrise.

Blue-green and red clouds could be visible in the predawn sky from New York to North Carolina, thanks to a NASA rocket due to be launched from Wallops Flight Facility on the eastern shore of Virginia.

NASA had hoped to launch the rocket early Saturday, but had to scrub the attempt because of boats in the area where the payload is expected to fall back to Earth.

The Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket is now scheduled for launch between 4:26 a.m. and 4:41 a.m. ET. And in this case, the rocket launch isn't even the cool part.

Four to five minutes after launch, the rocket is expected to deploy 10 canisters about the size of soft drink cans, each containing a colored vapor that forms artificial, luminescent clouds.

The clouds, or vapor tracers, are formed "through the interaction of barium, strontium, and cupric-oxide," according to NASA.

East …

5 Everyday Inventions You Didn’t Know Came From DARPA


Roswell Alien Photographer Admits Pictures Were Faked

The UFO 'believer' community has been rocked by an admission that a photograph of an alien was actually the mummified remains of a dead child.

An image taken from the so-called Roswell Slides was unveiled last weekin front of a worldwide online audience at an event called Be Witness.

Ahead of the big reveal, researchers said the picture was a "smoking gun" which proved aliens had crashlanded on Earth.

But these claims are now in tatters after Tony Braglia, a "principal investigator" who analysed them, issued an astonishing public apology.

He said the dead alien (pictured below) was actually a Native American child who lived in the abandoned ancient city of Mesa Verde.

The Roswell Alien: Experts claimed the white placard was deliberately blurred by an unknown personThe Roswell Slides: UFO researcher apologises after admitting 'dead alien' picture actually showed the mummified body of a child |

DARPA Release Matrix-Style System To ‘Upload Skills’ To Your Brain

In the first Matrix movie, Neo is seen linking up to a virtual reality computer system that rapidly uploads complex skills and training programs into his brain.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) say that this once fictional method of learning and acquiring skills may now be a reality with the announcement of their Targeted Neuroplasticity Training (TNT) program. reports: The TNT program aims to explore various safe neurostimulation methods for activating synaptic plasticity, which is the brain’s ability to alter the connecting points between neurons — a requirement for learning. DARPA hopes that building up that ability by subjecting the nervous system to a kind of workout regimen will enable the brain to learn more quickly.

DARPA Release Matrix-Style System To ‘Upload Skills’ To Your Brain |

My Transgender Summer Camp

I thought this wasn't for real,  but it is.

My Transgender Summer Camp - Channel 4

Documentary about a controversial American camp for transgender adolescents and their parents, where the teenagers face huge dilemmas, including whether or not to start taking hormones to stop the onset of male puberty.

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Toymaker Sells ISIS Toy Action Figures Complete With ISIS Flags And Toy Bombs

Mahnun Mat Isa, 40, said she was shocked to discover the tiny toy flag with the word “Allah” in Arabic affixed on a sticker and was even more puzzled to find two 'terrorist' figurines inside the set. The teacher toldBerita Harianthat she found the offending looking figurines and flag inside the toy set bought by her youngest son from a shop in Taiping, Perak. Holding up the toy box cover, she pointed to the pictures on the cover which shows the flag with the Arabic wording and the black-masked figurines attired in gear usually associated with militants. Flag Printed With 'Allah' And Figurine Resembling 'Terrorist' Found In Toy Set Sold In Perak |