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Thanks. Watching it RN. 27 minutes in.

Hi! New to saidit, old to censoreddit. by m3ik0 in Introductions

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Thank you!

Hi! New to saidit, old to censoreddit. by m3ik0 in Introductions

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Heeey!

Hi! New to saidit, old to censoreddit. by m3ik0 in Introductions

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καλως ΣΑΣ ΒΡΗΚΑ!

Hi! New to saidit, old to censoreddit. by m3ik0 in Introductions

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Hey Magnora7, thanks for the welcome. I appreciate it! I listened to the one with Anthony Bourdain. And on that note i would like to know more about the Society of Saturn (Fraternitas Saturni). Can you point me to some valuable literature? Maybe the BlackCube episode delves more, or is it just for the inteligence company?

Since the front-page has been dull as of late; discuss! by Enza in conspiracy

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Plato's Allegory of the cave? How? :O I need to re-read the OP with this perpective.

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Thanks man. I'm not a great poster, mostly a lurker. But i will do my best to stir some fire for discussion.

Since the front-page has been dull as of late; discuss! by Enza in conspiracy

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The giant in the golden armor with a lizard skull on its hand reminds me of Saint George. Saint George is a military saint as he was a member of the Praetorian Guard for emperor Diocletian. The Legend of Saint George and the Dragon comes from tradition that tells of the mighty feat of killing a Dragon (in most depictions it's a Serpent) that was terrorizing the city of Silene (Libya) with his lance named Ascalon. https://imgur.com/EUXLRma

The most interesting part of all these is that Saint George is one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers that are attributed for helping, with their prayers, the defeat of illness, desease or epidemic most probably Black Death. (relating to all his talk about the vials with viruses or bacteria)

Further down the line, as part of the Fourteen Holy Helpers saint George was given patronage for the health of domestic animals, against HERPETIC diseases, and patron of soldiers. The most obvious herpetic disease is Herpes Simplex or commonly Herpes but what matters here in relation to the story is the actual word.

Herpetic/Herpes. Herpetic comes from Greek "Ερπετό"[Ηe-rpe-to(without pronouncing the H, Erpeto)] and from Proto-Indo-European Serp which pretty much means Serpent in English (see lingustic progression Serp, Ερπ(Erp), Herp, Serpent). Herpes also comes from Greek and shares a relationship with Herpeto and derives from "Έρπω"[He-rpo(without pronouncing the H, Erpo)] and pretty much means "Moving, volunteraly, with my whole body in contact with the group". The most accurate translation in English is crawl, which is what Reptiles/Serpents do.

Pretty fun correlations between all.