5 January 2011

More Canberra Geomancy

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The magic of YouTube brings us a whole new tinfoil hat theory!

You’ll never look at Vernon Circle the same way again!

(Would a guy on the internet called “Survival Cell” be wrong???)

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screaming banshee3:43 pm 06 Jan 11

I made it to 3 minutes…..simply amazing

I would have though that if the whatever was meant for mind control that it should have pointed in the general direction of parly house, and not vernon circle.

I have that album, and never noticed it had a double A in the title. I can only assume that this is because the Illuminati didn’t want me to.

troll-sniffer9:43 am 06 Jan 11

From Wikipedia:

HAARP is a live album and video by English alternative rock band Muse, released on 17 March 2008 in the United Kingdom[1] and April 1, 2008 in the United States.[2] The CD documents the band’s performance at London’s Wembley Stadium on 16 June 2007, while the DVD contains 20 tracks from the performance on 17 June. The total number of audiences watching the band’s shows on the 16th and 17 June 2007 was 180,000 (150,000 seated and 30,000 standing).

Can someone please draw some lines from the site of the HAARP concert to West Belconnen to see if they bisect Summernats? Could be some clues there about the origins of boganism, especially if the lines pass anywhere near Lebanon.

Grumpy Old Fart11:28 pm 05 Jan 11

What a crock of S**T.

How many little white powdery lines did he inhale to get the rest of the lines?

read more about HAARP

Wow, that was something else. Couldn’t watch the whole thing either as the guys voice really is a downer and was putting me to sleep. But from the bits I saw he managed to connect everything from the pyramids to the Roswell crash site just by drawing lines with these Geomantic “systems”.

Still, there could be a tourism opportunity here. Ditch the Summernats for the Crazynats. Area 51 eat your heart out. I’m going to get some conspiracy and geomancy t-shirts printed right now.

wildturkeycanoe7:18 pm 05 Jan 11

Very interesting, but what does it mean for ME!!!

Oh to have the spare time that these guys seem to have.

I quickly tried the Exmouth-Vernon circle thing – you’ll all be staggered to know that it actually doesn’t line up; Particularly when you take into account azimuth. I guess giving headings to (only) two decimal points over 7,000km does have some advantages!

troll-sniffer9:44 am 05 Jan 11

I bailed at a couple of minutes… the nuances of the presenter’s voice were getting me doooowwwnnn and I prefer to be a happy chappy. All I can quote is the oft repeated line that 67.4% of statistics are made up on the spot, this dude’s ratio is probably considerably higher.

neanderthalsis9:07 am 05 Jan 11

So all of Canberra is being controlled from a shed in Exmouth? Well at least this proves Rev Danny Narnia and his witch theory wrong. Unless the witches are in Exmouth…

Great fun. I made it to about the seven minute mark. I like the way the points don’t quite line up but they go with the assumption that they do. The one for Pine Gap was brilliant. If it doesn’t line up, draw a line at right angles to the main line and claim some significance for it.

LOL. Great find!

I think it was Jesus who said something like “the idiots you shall always have with you”.

Time to buy shares in the tinfoil hat factory, folks.

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