Walt Disney’s and Salvador Dali’s short film “Destino” plus pictures and art. ⬆Click⬆to see the updated article⬆ – I saw they’re doing a whole museum exhibition revolving around Disney & Dali’s “Destino” so I added some more of Dali’s art and reposted it for those who never saw it. Also, if you’re interested, stay tuned after Destino cause it’s on a playlist along with other animated short films ranging from some award winning ones that are actually pretty good, horror, banned, to some weird and crazy shit that’ll blow ur mind. Continue reading Walt Disney’s and Salvador Dali’s short film “Destino” plus pictures and art
A look back in the weird and creepy insane vintage times of insanity Continue reading A Visceral Vintage Assault on the Senses
*Pagan roots, fertility, spring, the equinox, and similar goddesses make up the real “Easter”. Bottomline, the truth is that Easter has nothing whatsoever to do with the resurrection of Jesus Christ and can be as much as three weeks away … Continue reading Easter’s Origins
The Georgia Guidestones, sometimes referred to as the “American Stonehenge,” is a granite monument erected in Elbert County, Ga., in 1979. The stones are engraved in eight languages: English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and Russian. Each relaying 10 “new” commandments for “a New Age of Reason.” The stones also line up with certain astronomical features.
Of the 10 commandments, the first one is perhaps the most controversial: “Maintain humanity under 500,000,000” In othrr words, a plan to cull the human population down to the specified number, people and critics of the stones have called for them to be destroyed. Most believe, and all signs point to the fact, they were designed by a “Luciferian secret society” calling for a New World Order. Continue reading The Enigmatic Georgia Guidestones – (updated July 2015)
Melancholy and How It Enriches Our Capacity for Creativity
How the American obsession with happiness at the expense of sadness robs us of the capacity for a full life. Continue reading Melancholy and How It Enriches Our Capacity for Creativity and other Interesting Videos
Some occult murderers twist the words of a religion to fit their agenda, and then some just completely invent and make up their own “religion”
Despite cults being a reality as far back as recorded history goes, it was in the ’80s that America began to really fear cults and Satanists more than usual, most likely due to television and movies. However, now that people were more aware of their existence the truth smacked them in the face. There were ritualistic murders, sacrifices, kidnappings, and cannibalism cases everywhere across the country, and the world. The brutality is incomprehensible to most people, but like it or not it was, and still is, a sad reality and unfortunate fact of life.
From mass suicides and self-made “raptures”, or boarding the “mothership”, to sacrificing infants and children to different dieties, and making ritualistic blood sacrifices, the type of crimes commited by these groups know no boundaries. There are still tribes in Africa (wrap your mind around this 100% true fact) that feed children to crocodiles depending on what teeth come in first because that determines if they’re a “demon” or not.. Even ripping them right out of their mother’s arms to do so. Albinos are also often murder because of old stigmas attached to their birth defect. Continue reading T.o.T5 Cults & Cannibals – part 1
#GrayState The Real Reality WP Page – Article Continue reading The Real Reality
Friday the 13th Events, Facts, and Origins. Continue reading Friday the 13th Events, Facts, and Origins
One of the cutest animals ever. They’re a Marsupial from Australia and it’s supposedly illegal to even touch them. Continue reading ‘Quokka’ will make you smile
A look at the live theatre version of the Simpsons, specifically the episode “Cape Feare”, which it says it’s based on. The Post-Apocalyptic, or ‘Post-Electric’, play centers on a weird world after nuclear meltdown. I also thought Simpsons fans would just want to see this odd adaptation of the show. Continue reading Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play