Chewing gum. What’s in it?



Julia from Bath writes –

Takeover strategies...
As people wise up to the corporates, the takeover strategies get more cunning. Some years ago, we got a new Odeon cinema in Bath. The independent art house cinema managed to survive, partly because it joined a nice group of country wide art house cinemas called Picturehouse. This kept everyone quiet and happy for a while. Now Picturehouse have been bought by Cineworld. They assure us nothing will change! For a time it will appear to be the same until people have relaxed, and stopped being suspicious and questioning. Then step by step, things will change. Hollywood will take over. Personally, I no longer watch any films, I find they program my mind. 

Postcodes again...
I have discovered a place in Bath that has a postcode AX. It's called Stillpoint, which is a rather nice name, perhaps describing something about the earth energies there. The AX is interesting because Bath is on the Roman road called The Fosseway. Noone knows where the Fosseway goes through Bath exactly. But there are many places on the road that have an AX name. My guess is that the Fosseway goes through Stillpoint.  

Georgian...
The country of Georgia is a country with its own language of Georgian. I looked it up to see what it had in common with Georgian Bath and Georgia, US. There is more to the idea of Georgian than King George. In fact I would say that the country of Georgia is what Georgia US and Georgian Bath are named after. The King was just an excuse, so that everything could be labelled Georgian. Georgia seems to have the original Caucasians. The people look European, not Russian or Iranian. It has a port Batumi, previously called Bathus. That's Bath and US, Bathus, in Georgia. Which mirrors Georgian Bath and Georgia US. Rothschild has had a big influence over there, which should trigger alarm bells, and the architecture is quite strikingly symbolic, including an upside down White House. How come no one ever mentions Georgia? It's never on the World Stage. Is our attention being deliberately diverted? Other Georgian cities I know of are Edinburgh, (part of) London, Limerick and Dublin. George is also the Patron saint of England. And I have also noticed a surge in George, Georgia baby names, most of whom will now be teenagers.  

Eurasia...
I thought this was a fictional area created by George Orwell in his novel 1984. But it's official according to Wikipedia! There is a page on it. Is Wikipedia writing the script for us? Who decided that the area called Eurasia actually exists? And why? By constant repetition, Eurasia comes into existence, and if anyone wants to look it up, they can check their facts on Wikipedia. There are even a few official groups that supposedly meet up to talk about it. That gives the whole idea more credence, and allows journalists, novelists, anyone really to speak about Eurasia with authority. After a while, it becomes such common knowledge that Eurasia exists, the backup facts and authority won't even be required. The whole introduction of Eurasia is very Orwellian. It also sounds like Erasure, which is not very comforting.  

George.or...
On the subject of George Orwell, he sounds rather like Georgia, Georgeor, doesn't he? It wasn't his actual name, maybe he chose it for a reason to give us a clue.  

4 pace energy lines...
The earth energy lines that are 4 paces wide are controlled by the Moon. They go flat, dead at Full Moon and New Moon. It's the same behaviour as all the energy lines exhibit at a solar eclipse, when the Moon glorifies in blocking out the Sun, and disabling all the energy lines, the earth spirit. If the Moon controls the 4 pace lines, then which planets are controlling the other bigger lines?  

Grandma...
...is a grandmaster.  

Sinister is left handed...
A website describing the Royal Coat of Arms shows the Unicorn labelled as left hand SINISTER. The lion is labelled as right hand DEXTER. Is this where the word sin comes from? To sin is to be left handed and right brained. And we are born in sin, born right brained, intuitive, creative, led by our heart, but uneducated, without knowledge. I will have to rethink Jesus dying for our sins. (See http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/the-lion-and-the-unicorn/ 

The Racehorse...
There used to be a board game called Totopoly about horse racing. The racehorse also appears in Monopoly. Totopoly sounds like an even bigger monopoly, a total monopoly. Instead of houses, we have horses. The racehorse is blinkered, whipped and kicked, terrorised into action for profit. The horse is worshipped as a hero, a confused hero no doubt, until it's no longer wanted, then it's killed or abandoned. The spirit of the horse is destroyed, and that does seem like the worst kind of takeover, the supreme control. Taking the spirit is worse than taking our housing. The Queen owns racehorses, and the Royals attend the races, just to lead the way that we are supposed to follow. To make sure horse racing is worshipped. The whole industry is propped up by the betting of the poor, desperate to find a way out of their treadmill existence.  

Stan Drew...
There is probably a guy called Stan Drew somewhere. There always seems to be a person somewhere to match each thing that's going on in the world. Following on from my St Andrew investigations, I discovered the parish church of Chew Magna is St Andrew's, about a mile from Stanton Drew. That seems to confirm my conclusions that St. Andrew is the same as Standing Stone Druid.  


Chewing gum...

The bottles of pills on the display stand in the Coop are actually bottles of chewing gum. Or is it just "gum" these days? Anyway I am sure it's designed to give you a slow release of something toxic. Not just mealtimes any more, a steady flow of poisons into the body. There are different types, and you are encouraged to have a bottle handy in the car, and another bottle in the kitchen etc etc. Kids at school love chewing gum, and having worked in a school, I can see why. It's to relieve the stress in your jaw created by the controlled environment and the not being allowed to speak or move unless it's in the right way at the right time.  

The land is a book...
The natural landscape and the built environment, are laid out like a book to be read. It's much more fun than sitting in a chair watching things or reading things, because you become part of it. You are not just the audience.  

Day of the week...
Each day of the week is named after a planet. I notice that sometimes it seems as if Wednesday is always a nice day, for maybe about 2 months. Then maybe it changes to Thursday. At the moment, it seems Monday is best. My son said last week, he used to think that Monday was cursed because it was always really bad weather on a Monday, but then it eventually switched. I wonder if the weather on a particular day is actually switched by the influence of the related planet?  

New posts on SuliWrites...
http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2013/03/21/open-and-closed-chakra/
http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2013/03/21/the-bath-skull/
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3 Responses to “Chewing gum. What’s in it?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    What’s the only 100% legal way to make a TAX FREE income in the United Kingdom? It is betting on sport, including horse racing. So while horse welfare is imperative, betting is an excellent route to tax freedom (IF you are willing to spend years learning the art). Yesterday a 15 year old race horse won a race – they can not retire it because the horse loves racing too much and it does not know how old it is! People calling for horse racing to be banned, are the same who called for a ban on Fox Hunting – and they are the same people welcoming drones monitoring our every movement.

  2. Anonymous says:

    When was the last time you bet on a horse race? They ask you right there if you want to pay the tax before the race or from your winnings, YOU PAY TAX!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Betting on horses is currently tax free in the UK

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