Messenger Shiva Part 4: Loose Zeitgeist

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In the previous chapter of Messenger Shiva, we started to look how the burgeoning online video community in the late 2000’s began to offer a new avenue of expression for the esoterically-minded among us. Before then, one relied mostly on videotapes and DVDs for documentaries and video commentary on these fringe subjects.

But the growth of platforms like YouTube not only made a lot of the older stuff more available…it empowered people to produce their own new content. And two of the most influential videos of the mid-Aughts—especially in terms of 9/11 research—were Loose Change (2005) and Zeitgeist (2007).

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Messenger Shiva Part 1: The Event Itself

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In 2014 a phrase suddenly popped into my head; two words, actually. “Messenger Shiva.” I didn’t know what that meant, exactly, but I put it in my back pocket in case I ever needed a snappy cryptic title for something.

And here we are!

But I’m not sure if what I’m writing here will really be something….bigger. I just want to talk about something that is still a rather “raw” period of my life. A sad period. A weird period. A period from like a few minutes after 9/11 through fall of 2016.

And it starts with the rather odd little synchronicity that I think kind of changed my life…

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4.7.19: Your Weird Week In Review

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Russian soldiers can telepathically crash computers & disrupt communications thru “combat parapsychology” learned from dolphins, defence ministry journal says. They were able to “read a document in a safe even if it was in a foreign language we don’t know”
Alec Luhn, foreign correspondent for The Telegraph

It’s pretty wild that seven years after the guy shot up a movie theater during DARK KNIGHT RISES thinking he’s the Joker they basically made a movie about that guy becoming the Joker.
William Mullally

Immediately I missed the depth and psychosis of the girl who dumped me.
Val D’Orazio, “Conspiracy!”

Welcome to Butterfly Language’s Weird Week In Review!

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