The Great Illuminati Fraud

In 2017 I decided to try to join the Illuminati through their website https://www.illuminatiofficial.org/ Here is what happened.

1) I signed up through email. They told me that a representative would contact me in a few days. After a few days I received an email. The email gave me a clue as to what the founding principles of the organisation represented. I was instantly confronted with adverts to buy their books and a silver pendent chain.

2) I followed them on social media. As far as I knew, the Illuminati were a secret society, yet here they were, asking me to follow their very public pages on Facebook, Twitter and so on. I must also mention that their pages are filled with adverts to their merchandise.

3) The real illuminati disbanded many years ago. I did further research after seeing them extorting money from gullible people. It appears that the illuminati were a real group of influential people, but they were disbanded by a European Monarch in the 18th century.

4) When I began Calling them out on social media they ceased all communication with me. I have been the leading member of The Faith Of Solara since 2009 and I have never asked those I seek to help for money. I found the Illuminati to be a dangerous and exploitative group of people whose sole purpose is to take riches from an already impoverished people. The promise they give people is that somehow, wearing their merchandise and reading their books will magically make them rich and powerful. The irony being that this group will leave you poor and possibly homeless.

My message to you. If people pertain to have your best interests at heart, they will never ask for money in return for their help. Please do not feed the purses of these unscrupulous people any longer. Spread this message to anyone currently involved with this group.

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The Physics of Death

In life, the human body comprises matter and energy. That energy is both electrical (impulses and signals) and chemical (reactions). The same can be said about plants, which are powered by photosynthesis, a process that allows them to generate energy from sunlight.

But what if instead of looking at death from a biological perspective, we examine it from a physics standpoint? More specifically, let’s look at how our energy is redistributed after we die.

Even though it’s an inexorable part of life, for many people, death — or at least the thought of ceasing to exist forever — can be a scary thing. The disturbing things that happen to the body during decomposition — the process by which cells and tissues begin to break down post mortem — are bad enough.

When we die, our energy is redistributed throughout the universe according to the law of conservation of energy. While this should not be confused with our consciousness living forever, our energy continuing after we’re gone could make death a less scary prospect.

The process of energy generation is much more complex in humans, though. Remarkably, at any given moment, roughly 20 watts of energy course through your body — enough to power a light bulb — and this energy is acquired in a plethora of ways. Mostly, we get it through the consumption of food, which gives us chemical energy. That chemical energy is then transformed into kinetic energy that is ultimately used to power our muscles.

As we know through thermodynamics, energy cannot be destroyed. It simply changes states. The total amount of energy in an isolated system does not, and cannot, change. And thanks to Einstein, we also know that matter and energy are two rungs on the same ladder.

The universe as a whole is closed. However, human bodies (and other ecosystems) are not closed — they’re open systems. We exchange energy with our surroundings. We can gain energy (again, through chemical processes), and we can lose it (by expelling waste or emitting heat).

In death, the collection of atoms of which you are composed (a universe within the universe) are repurposed. Those atoms and that energy, which originated during the creation of the Universe, will always be around. Therefore, your “light,” that is, the essence of your energy — not to be confused with your actual consciousness — will continue to echo throughout space until the end of time.

Jealousy Is Such An Ugly Thing…

Yesterday I found the reason why my website traffic had a boom. It is because of some troll army coming on here. They are mocking me, but I don’t care, because of them my bank balance has increased. It all started when I posted a picture of an old version book cover to Mage Of Magic. I was asking for opinions, but instead I got viciously attacked, by admins of the group no less.

I found a forum post by one of those admins (I’ll assume) at this address – https://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=3846956&pagenumber=1

Where they assault my work under the veil of anonymity. The truth of the matter is, I really don’t care what Jealous people think of my work. The statistics speak for themselves. I have amassed a huge following of more than 30,000 fans and that number rises everyday.

As for the original post on that site, Mage Of Magic may seem redundant if you don’t know the prologue. In the fantasy world of Valusia, not all Mages are inherently magic users. They are academics, forgers of mystical weaponry, healers and so on. As for the game, I have never created poo to stab at. This is a blatant fabrication, probably to draw more attention to the lady’s otherwise boring and pointless post.

I do hope that these trolls keep posting about me and my work, as I find it hilarious to say the least. Plus you are just feeding my bank account by visiting my website. So by all means, keep bashing away at your computers, laptops and phones. And as for blocking me on the Facebook group where I originally posted, thanks. It proves my point entirely.


Is Social Media Making People Anti-Social?

Everyday, millions of people go online to chat and share things they find interesting, but a staggering number of people no longer communicate face to face and a lot don’t even know how to without the use of their phones or gadgets.

Why are we communicating less in person? Is it because we have fully adapted to the social media age? Or is it simply that we no longer know how to?

Over the years I have witnessed a drop in face-to-face communication. I have seen people sitting in social environments with their heads in buried their phones. Is this mental illness, I often wonder, or is this a new age of communication? An age where nobody talks to each other unless it is via some gadget.

I have seen people go to visit others – like grandparents etc. – and ignore them completely for whoever or whatever is on their phone. This is an epidemic among, not just young adults, but children too, and if this continues we will see a generation of people who do not know how to communicate with other humans and society will devolve into a primitive state.

We must encourage our children to use these gadgets less. We must also practice what we preach!


Is Government A.I. Rating Your Value To Society?

Artificial Intelligence is all around us today. It is in our phones, computers and even in handy little assistant pods which can help you around the house. But what if they’re watching you for the Government?

It was recently revealed that the Chinese Government has an A.I. working for them. The A.I. gathers information about individuals in the country and rates their value to the society in which they live. The A.I. gets its information from a number of sources which include: Social Media, Doctors Records, Police records, other A.I.s which share information for a price. And more.

How the rating system works is unknown, but we can imagine that it rates you on productivity, health and intelligence.

And if you think you’re safe because you live in another country, you’d be deadly wrong. Just because there is only one nation going public on this, doesn’t mean there aren’t a number of others doing the same thing in secret.

The question is no longer, if the government does this, but, what are they going to do with the information?

I theorise that because of the rise in population, and a lack of resources, among other factors, that the governments which are using this technology will use the information to alleviate the growing problem. Now I’m not saying that they will go door to door in some Nazi styled purging spree, I think rather, they will stop medical treatments of some patients who are less valuable or allow criminals to kill each other.

If you’re worried about this, which you definitely should be, my suggestion to you is to become in-disposable to the society in which you live.