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Old 06-13-2009, 01:04 AM
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Default Zeitgeist Addendum = VENUS project = morning star = lucifer

Why do I feel like the only fucking person that knows this. And why do I feel I know so much more valuable information like this, if I were to explain what I know, I wouldn't begin, because I wouldn't know where to.

We all know Zeitgeist Addendum was a trap, in a sense, if you ACTUALLY watched it all that is... They introduced their idea of a "perfect world" which doesn't involve currency instead everyone working together as one for each other. They had it all mapped out, down to elaborate city models and explanations for most problematic questions people could propose. Their idea, they named it the Venus project.

"n Latin, the word "Lucifer", meaning "Light-Bringer" (from lux, lucis, "light", and ferre, "to bear, bring"), is a name for the "Morning star" (the planet Venus in its dawn appearances)." - Wikipedia check it yourself, please.

Trust me it's no coinsidence. They're even more bold than that especially having a somewhat well known website literally named Morningstar Stock, Mutual Fund, Hedge Fund, ETF Investment Research which even has affiliates with Yahoo! Finance - Business Finance, Stock Market, Quotes, News if you scroll to the bottom you can read the small print

"Historical chart data and daily updates provided by Commodity Systems, Inc. (CSI). International historical chart data and daily updates provided by Morningstar, Inc."

If you watch any big sports events, such as the NBA playoffs you'll see morningstar advertising.

Sorry I've been debating for a while whether or not to post this information I just poorly presented. My reason, because I know most of you frankly don't give a fuck, and at this point the truth is neither do I. So I'm not going to get into deep analysis and my true reasons for believing there is some conspiracy here I'm just giving brief points.

I'd really love to get into targeting advertisements though.

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