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Guide to starting your own religion

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Urbana in Fall334I grew up in Champaign-Urbana in the 1960s when it became a hotbed of counterculture activity. You won’t find much of that today, unfortunately, and the University and town seem like a foreign land almost, despite the fact my beloved cannabis plant has a very long and storied history in the town (more on that later).

Many people have read my conspiracy theories and how I think a web of secret societies often pulls strings from behind curtains, and they love my analysis of the black magic sorcery going on inside the central banks of the world, but when I veered off into manifesting my own religion, some were going…wow. Actually, I think most everybody makes up their own religion these days, only some attempts are more effective than others. Starting your own religion is as simple, easy and natural as starting your own garage band, and in fact, the two work hand-in-glove.

Around 1966, the Turks Head, founded by Steven Simon, became the center of energy of the counterculture revolution in Central Illinois. Two people went there and landed, both older brothers of dudes I knew well. That would be Bugsy’s brother Don and Peter’s brother, who goes by a weird name online that sounds Indian. These had to be two of the most enlightened dudes in my town. Of course, the establishment came down hard on these early revolutionaries, and Don was threatened with the dreaded electroshock therapy, a polite term for torture, but ended up being shipped off to some Summerhill-like retreat for problem kids that may have been an MKULTRA op for experimenting on teens. Which makes me think Summerhill might have been a similar op. The path to the Garden of Eden is often a mirror trick leading to hell.

So funny that someone wanted to know the exact frequencies of the vibrations I’ve been talking about, as if the scientific community even recognizes the existence of telepathic vibrations or the collective unconscious. I can’t tell you the exact frequencies, but I suspect our minds may divide the telepathic fields into groups of seven, based on a central frequency which establishes the center.

That could be why we recognize seven colors in the rainbow and seven notes to the scale.

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Written by Steven Hager

April 4, 2013 at 5:50 pm

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  1. by coincidence, i changed my drag race number to 777 as a tribute to up and coming flat track racer, sammy halbert, #7, a friend on facebook. nhra numbers start with our district # 7 and must be 3 digits. http://www.suntimes.com/17320958-761/roger-ebert-dies-at-70-after-battle-with-cancer.htmli was just in the midst of writing a letter of encouragement and telling him about how he missed the credits on phil spector. surely , he would have noticed that the singer, rebecca pidgeon, is the director, mamet’s wife. the best part of the movie is her version of ‘there is a rose in spanish harlem’we went to the same high school and used to see movies all day(12-6pm) every saturday at the princess theater in urbana. he featured it on one of his shows. later, i used to serve him coffee at the turk’s head ale house as he took advantage of the free chess games steve simon provided. he was an english professor at the u of i. at the time. he will be missed. his life would make a terrific movie.
    w.c. fields used to direct movies, like ‘the bank dick’ and used mahatma kane jeeves as his nome de plume .a child of the depression, he was forever paranoid about going broke. when the s.p train would stop, he would run to the nearest bank and deposit $500. under that fake name. still waiting for a call about an account that went way up in value since then.

    mahatmakjeeves

    April 4, 2013 at 6:31 pm

    • i’m meditating about that offer of meditation.thanks.

      mahatmakjeeves

      April 4, 2013 at 6:39 pm


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