Been busy. Mostly Istanbul…
Just to say I have been checking in and TAP continues to publish engaging material. I intend to buy and read the latest Icke book too! I thought your brief summary was excellent.
I’ll submit/comment as and when the time is right. TPV featured my images on the Art programme last night; I only caught 30 seconds or so… Turkish elections 30 March. Let’s see how that goes.
That wasn’t meant to be a post! It was a ‘private’ hello; to say yes, I still check into TAP and yes you still post interesting stuff. I wanted to acknowledge and encourage.
There’s a comment: Who is Ned? Just a bloke; infinite consciousness having an earthly experience like the rest of you.
Football? 22 over paid tattooed twerps chasing a bag of air, but I love it. My Dad’s Arsenal, my Granddad was, it some how reflects the simplicity and ridiculous nature of life. I really like Arsene Wenger and would happily give him George Osbourne’s job of Chancellor of the Exchequer. I was gutted about his 6-0 drubbing yesterday at the hands of Chelski on his 1000th game as Arsenal manager. It’s just a game and yes, as Jordan Maxwell points out, it does keep minds focused on the banal rather than the who we are, what we are and where we come from.
I wanted to be a pro footballer in the days when David Icke was a dull BBC Grandstand anchor and I preferred Saint ‘n’ Greavsy… anyone remember them?!
Needless to say, I was not good enough to be a pro footballer.
I ended up painting: Turkish site: http://nedpamphilon.com/
Last week’s Turkish Islamic conservative leaning paper Yeni Şafak, apparently friendly toward PM Erdoğan (air-dough-an), gave my gig extensive coverage:
Yeni Şafak apparently means New Dawn, which brought to mind Obomba’s ‘new dawn’ imagery and the whole new dawn concept as talked about by Jordan Maxwell:
I had stopped painting for 3-4 years; fed up with the world etc… took up being a minimum wage labourer and got very good at digging holes.
Then I heard Jeff Rense interview Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente 14.08.2013 during which Celente said:
“Verdi’s main objective in composing the music that he did was to raise the spirit of the Italian people…
It was almost a bloodless revolution. It worked. The model exists.
He did it with music… calm the savage breast.”
It inspired me to be ‘creative’ again – The Power of Art.
While in Istanbul for an exhibition the last couple of weeks, during my down time, I checked this lot out, a tad depressing, but as TPV state, the Information is the Star:
Counter Intelligence I: The Company:
Counter Intelligence II: The Deep State:
Counter Intelligence Part III: The Strategy of Tension:
Counter Intelligence IV: Necrophilous:
Counter Intelligence V: Drone Nation:
I’m happy to see TPV still chugging along
The Health Show, Forbidden Science, Grow Your Own Food, Middle East, Windows on the World programmes etc… send them a few quid. I have and in recent years my quids have been thin on the ground.
TAP, you continue to provide useful, engaging info. The BBC continues to be a shameful excuse for a public information service. All things change and even the BBC will some how some way change.
Love > Fear. It’s a quantum physics thing.