Monday, May 30, 2022



I have been studying this topic since at least 2004. Maybe earlier. Back then it was 'forum posts' where you'd see the blatant hijacking and 'flaming of threads'.

There were guides showing how 'agents/shills'were assigned to take over boards or how to slide & bury information that they wanted to keep out of the public eye.

This huge thread from reddit explains how pervasive all of this is now in the late 2000s:

r/shills - Astroturfing Information Megathread- revision 8628 votes, 66 comments. Government Shills (Thread with ) (2 minute video) Shilling in the Private Sector [in Taiwan] Shill Bots Information about …
This is all very real, but most people just don't know or they discount how serious the problem is, because the internet "feels real"... Especially social media.

It really feels like you're interacting with real people.
And having a lot of "irl" contacts hides & masks that up to 40-50 percent of your interactions are with paid agents, shills, astroturfers (especially in political arenas), & lots of bots & AI.... So it's impossible to tell if you're even dealing with real people!
People get lulled into a comfortable stupor online.... Their social media and other web interactions make them forget that people are vying for their attention and especially for their money and consent.

If you click "bot farm", these photos and articles are prevalent:
Now THINK! Go back and really study this reddit link:

r/shills - Astroturfing Information Megathread- revision 8623 votes, 66 comments. Government Shills (Thread with ) (2 minute video) Shilling in the Private Sector [in Taiwan] Shill Bots Information about …
It shows that gov't, military, intelligence agencies, mega-coroporations and others are all working day and night with billion dollar budgets to manage your online experience. It's an illusion that it's organic. It's not. They trends are set by agreement.
The censorship & 'narrative creation' is worse than ever before. They are slowly hedging us into a series of digital prisons--AND--they are polarizing us & making us fight against each another.


Your web experience is NOT organic.
The first interview I ever did online was with @jessewaugh. He invited me to talk about the tactic called "paralleling". Jesse is passed away now. He got sick in 2019 and never recovered. (#rip)

He was one of the 1st people to get popular on yotube for casting doubt on #Nukes.
IN our interview, he explains how shills took over his message board and made it all about hating jews and hiding the organic conversations that were leading to good research and discoveries.

You can listen to the interview here:

SEAN ALGER ON PARALLELING — Jesse WaughSean Alger enlightens Jesse Waugh on methods which have been used to co-opt authentic discoveries of the truth behind covert government operations - including spelling out how Jesse's own NUKE LIES v…
I learned these techniques in the early 2000s from a woman who was called "Christian Attorney Linda Kennedy". She was a lawyer who got disbarred in Virginia for exposing corruption and document forgery (and more) in the courts of that state.
I haven't seen her online in more than ten years. I would not be surprised if she's dead or gone into hiding.

She had a show called "Precious Time Radio" and all the archives and web pages are scrubbed or just dead links.

She would explain the tactics used by intel agents.
"PARALLELING" is the one I think is best to be aware of. They use it to get you off track from the 'real truth'. They create a nearly identical narrative--remove the info they don't like--& get some agent to promote it in a similar way to the truth.

There are other tactics too:
LIMITED HANGOUT: This is when they run stories about something like Epstein or other 'controversies', but they only reveal a small bit of the facts, & they also 'steer you wrong' in their conclusions. Netflix docu-series about 'mee too' or 'pedos'... these are limited hangouts.
By searching "" i just found some old links and audios on Kennedy's old web pages.

If you wanna giggle at bad web design and see some of the references, CLICK HERE NOW:…
In conclusion,

I had to leave this thread and finish up after a bunch of errands, so I kinda lost my flow along the way.

I'll include an archive from a little known researcher named Bobby Garner, who had the now defunct ''.
Here's a link to Bobby's email archive... It was a treasure trove of research and especially valuable for understanding disinformation and using it to see how so much misinformation is created by it.…
If you've made it this far--THANK YOU--and remember, if you ever doubt that we're all being played like a fiddle in the 'information war', just remember this thread--or--google the 'counter-intelligence budget' for any of the years in the last decade, and remember:

Monday, May 9, 2022


Feeling distractible today--it's snowing in Boise--and hopefully it's the last.

Do you ever just welcome the distracted and interrupted feeling?

...even though you have a 'list of stuff to do', and just embrace the interrupting nature of the mind and the world in tandem?
And still "get things done", but also fall into the euphoric smooziness of 'whatever's next'?

I get lost in my google photos drive. Usually it's an accident, but today, it was intentional.

I find all the vainglorious self portraits--that I've modified into oblivion--because
I'm like @FridaKahlo, and one of my own best subjects is ME.

It's something I know a lot about.

And I make these swirls. Because I think Howdie is right. And we're repeating patterns in a system. And I notice. (And the cycle is 9 years).

So I welcome the swirl. Because:

And so many other good clichés that I can live my life by.

"PRIDE IS A HIDE" ever heard that one?

Probably not.

It's a rare gem from the world of "release".

And it means that you use PRIDE as a strategy to HIDE from deeper truths.
Truths about YOURSELF.

And Pride lets you believe you're so smart, and so capable to figure out what's going on, and so cocksure and knowing, that you remain limited--and gladly--by pride.

...but if you can see it--and tie it to the places you feel a 'wanting sensation', then--
you can "LET IT GO", and you move up into a space beyond pride.

And sometimes it feels courageous. Or peaceful. Or accepting.

And the fearful jag and jerk of pain that was hovering there--a subtle but half-aware feeling--of knowing you're lying to yourself...

It dissolves.
And there's an increased sense of awareness of the world.

Maybe even a feeling of having jumped timelines. Sometimes

we jump

and it feels like we're 'back where we used to be'.

A woman helped me to make a mantra to dissolve a spiritual contract I'd put on myself at age 15...
And after I'd repeated it daily for 3 weeks or more--I felt the sense of release--and I the awareness came to me... That I'd jumped onto a track that I'd left behind way back when.

And I started growing my hair.

Because I knew it would

...and it did.
And my ability to make art & to dance and to sing and to play music... They all increased in power.

And my fear of being judged and my fear of repercussion--they all melted slowly away.

And the process continues yet today!

And I take many liberties and make many pieces of art:
And I take a zillion photographs... Even with no plan to print or share or edit them.

And I feel more and more free.

I welcome my freedom above all else. Even if it feels like I'm gonna be crushed, or die, or be ridiculed or attacked.

I say "great!"


...I welcome it all.
But I don't die, and I don't get attacked. It's all just thoughts and feelings. And you can welcome them and they'll just hang around for a second and then they'll go away.

And there's this sense of relief and joy and peace and strength.

And then the aciton steps are easier.
& you can leave the typos sometimes--without a worry--not caring if the grammar nazis cruise your thread & notice, or chime in, & if they do, you can admit:

And sometimes the energy carries, and sometimes it fades. Like now. Like this feeling to zap one more picture into the thread...


(like I just did, just now...)

Friday, April 15, 2022


I WAS REQUESTED TO SHARE SOME OF THE ALT SEARCH ENGINES I USE DAILY, THE FOLLOWING IS A SHORT LIST (there are more, but these I use most often): QWANT GIBIRU "Searx" has a page of "instances" where it appears on the web. (click the 1st link in this line to see the 'instances'.) The 'instance' I use most often is the SEARX OF BELGIUM. ALSO PLEASE NOTE:  

Learning to use modifiers to refine your search results is a big key to finding 'difficult/lost/hidden' results. While most of us know about using "quotation marks", there are a butt-load more modifiers, and you can find a lot of them HERE. 

Below this line is a series of other search functions that prove helpful when trying to find documents or other 'difficult to locate' files, articles or books etc:
Someone posted these on Facebook, sharing here for reference and bookmarking for myself: - Academic Resource Search. More than a billion sources: encyclopedia, monographies, magazines. - a search for the contents of 20 thousand worldwide libraries. Find out where lies the nearest rare book you need. - access to more than 10 million scientific documents: books, articles, research protocols. is a library of scientific bioscience journals published in developing countries. - volunteers from 102 countries have collected almost 4 million publications on economics and related science. is an American state search engine on 2200+ scientific sites. More than 200 million articles are indexed. is the largest website for free download of books in PDF format. Claiming over 225 million names. is one of the most powerful researches on academic studies texts. More than 100 million scientific documents, 70% of them are free

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Introduction to The ReleaseTechnique, AKA "The Sedona Method"


For the past few years I've learned and been practicing something called "Release Technique" and it's often referred to by thte title, "The Sedona Method".

I've found it to be one of the most helpful tools for changing my feelings and actions as I face the challenges and continue my journey of self improvement.

The entire story starts with LESTER LEVINSON, who was a well known and respected and successful physicist and scientist--but--he'd failed to maintain his health, and after a series of heart attacks, the doctors had sent him home to die.  But Lester refused!  And he went home and applied himself to solving the problems of his health.  And what he discovered was a technique so simple and effective that it almost seems too good to be true!

Lester was not only able to heal his health--but kept going--and he found what many might call "enlightenment" or "peace".  He did it all by finding and welcoming every bad feeling, emotion and/or problem, and letting it come up, and then letting it go.

Lester trained a lot of people to use his technique.  His student, Hale Dwoskin, can be seen HERE demonstrating the technique.

Hale is the author of "The Sedona Method", and you can find the book in the 1st link highlighted at the top.

The teacher who I found is named Beth Martens.  Beth actually had terminal cancer and was also sent home to die.  Being she was a stubborn and resilient person--and also someone trained in the technique--she was lying in bed and using the process as a way to potentially accept her death.  

Beth found that instead of dying--that what seemed like death turned out to be, "just a feeling", and she was able to release the feeling of dying and instead make a full recovery.  She credits her success to this "Release Technique", and there are literally thousands with stories just like hers.

People using the technique have been known to:

  • avoid death
  • heal mental and physical ailments
  • let go of anger and depression
  • reverse financial hardships
  • find love
  • restore broken relationships  

...and the list goes on and on!

You can find my interview with Beth HERE, where we talk about my own journey--1st as a practitioner, and now as a coach available for hire.

You can find out more about my offerings at

You can find Beth at

Beth wrote a book documenting her experiences, and she titled it: JOURNEY

In the book, she not only covers the Release Technique, but also explains how she found a series of Archetypes that help as a lens or overlay for studying what "phase of a challenge" you might be facing.  I find these to work amazingly alongside my Release Work practices.

Another great resource for FREE RELEASE HELP is the Monthly Support Calls from SUSAN SEIFERT.

You can find her archive of the past calls HERE, and if you scroll to the bottom it will bring you to the most recent recording.  These calls are live once a month--and--you can even participate and potentially get free help using the Sedona Method, from Susan, during the live offering.

This technique has changed my life!  I've been searching and finding and using tools of self improvement for decades.  I loved this one so much I signed up with Beth and became certified.

Please don't hesitate to message me via my website or on any of the various social media platforms.


using youtube or google to search for Lester Levinson, or "Release Techniqe" or "Sedona Method", (especially if you include your specific challenge or issue), you'll get tons and tons of results.

Many find great progress in a shor time, so I hope you'll try the technique, and if you want to talk about doing some work together... Please don't hesitate to get in touch ASAP!



Wednesday, March 2, 2022

"Overcoming Anger" (An article for the STAG-Re-Creation Men's Group)

 Opening the "Vent"

I was gonna start a group talk about "Overcoming Anger", cuz that's the topic Buffalo Rambler chose-- when we had a recent impromptu meeting--in the "STAG Re-Creation" group on telegram. 

I have some knowledge on this--as I used to be in a perpetual smoldering rage--but not so much anymore.  But I do still occasionally have feelings of:

 extreme rage, irritation, aggravation, frustration and anger, etc

These still come up from time to time.  And sometimes I still go back and use the old techniques I learned from my 1st "really helpful counselor":

Shari Schreiber (I sorted by 'most popular', so all of her BDP videos are at the top)

To paraphrase her teachings, (or for Shari's Video(s) on ANGER click here now), but my paraphrase goes like this:

You can't just "sit with anger" and expect it dissipate and go a way.  Anger is full of energy, and if you try'n ignore it or "wait it out" or worse yet, "stuff it deep down inside", then it remains there--as a part of your emotional and psychological being.  You've just neglected it, and your anger is "waiting on stand-by", and if you really wanna learn to "let it go" or "deal with it" you have to take some kind of action instead of just trying to ignore it or waiting for it to pass.

Many people are in a constant state of rage--but they're pretending they're not--and so eventually something triggers them to act out and "blow off steam".  Maybe you can relate to this feeling?  The feeling of knowing that eventually something is gonna snap.  Someone is gonna be on the receiving end of all of your pent up and suppressed rage.  And it might be a stranger--or someone you love dearly--and you'll likely regret it... It'll feel like an over-reaction for something that's "not that big of a deal", and you might end up apologizing or feeling bad (or worse)...

Any of this sound familiar?  Don't beat yourself up about it.  It's pretty normal in this day and age--ESPECIALLY FOR MEN--to stuff their feelings down--and eventually reach some critical 'point of no return' and fly off the handle and yell and scream...

Maybe even break some shit or get in an actual physical altercation of some kind.   (This used to be me...) But I found these steps I'm about to describe--and it's helped me so much--and when "covid" 1st started, I found myself back in some familiar territory...

I had some seething irritations!  I found myself wanting to scream at people in traffic.  Irritated with masked up morons at the grocery store... You know?  And so I remembered my strategies that I learned from Shari back in the day, and I started using them again... And they really do help!

(this is the S.B. Alger Paraphrase. If you want Shari's original exact advice, please refer to the videos linked above.)

These strategies for "Overcoming Anger" graduate in order from "mildly irritated" up to "I think I'm going to fucking kill someone with my bare hands".  So when you put them to use--typically--you would start with the 1st and easiest, and then continue down the list until you find your anger naturally dissipating:

Here they are: 

    1. Open a word processor, or get a pen and pad, or type furiously in an email or TXT draft, and just say EVERYTHING that you're angry about.  Write it directly to the person or the "things" that are driving you up a wall.  Don't hold back.  Swear and cuss if that's your thing.  Be aggressive and derogatory and mean and cruel.  Take it to the natural extreme.  Keep writing and writing as long as you have that "Aggressive Energy" still flowing. Even when it simmers off a bit--keep it rolling--get it all out.  And here's the secret: DO NOT PRESS SEND. This isn't an excuse to let your anger ruin a relationship or hurt any feelings. If you're confident that you can "safely save it", then that's okay--and you might even wanna go back and read it again, when you're not all pissed off--but, if you think the person you're angry with might find it--then it's best to just delete it, or "burn it up", or remove it by whatever means necessary.
    1. You can do this in your car, or in your back yard--if you live out in the country--or if you're sure that your neighbors are cool and their not gonna come-a-knocking or call the cops.  With this strategy it's good to let people know what you're doing (if you can't make time to be alone), because when a grown man screams as loud as he can--over and over and over again--it can be really scary and confusing.  So get yourself a smart location and just scream.  This was my main strategy after "the covid BS" really started to piss me off.  I made a playlist on my Amazon Music called "HONORABLE ANGER SING ALONG", and it's mostly old heavy metal and hard rock songs from my glory days.  I am a rock and roll singer--and I've got pipes.  I can sing and I can SCREAM.  And screaming and screaming into a microphone has saved me from many confrontations and fights and possible trips to jail.  It's probably saved me half a million dollars in therapy bills if I'm honest.  So give this a try.  Next time you're super pissed off--get in the car--and get far away from everyone and just SCREAM.  Scream "FUCK! FUCK! FUCK!" or, "FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUUUUUCKK YOUUUUUUU!!", and just see how good it feels.  Or just roar and scream and yell--you can yell anything--you can scream like a girl or growl like a big dog with a bone.  You gotta give this a try!  (Please let me know how it works).
    1. Okay this one take a little more care and preparation.  You'll need a whiffle ball bat, or a kids size aluminum baseball bat, or an old broom handle or a stick...  The instructions are as follows:  Make your bed up real nice.  Maybe add an old rugged blanket on top if you've got nice beddings or a pretty looking duvet cover--and then take your chosen implement of  violence and just start smashing and hitting and whacking the bed.  (You can vocalize during this one too--and it might help--but make sure you warn your housemates so they are not caught off guard)... But just GO TO TOWN on the top of your mattress. The only rule is that you have to keep on hitting and hitting and hitting until you literally don't have one drop left.  Keep on smashing and whacking and bashing until you're out of breath and you can't even lift your arms up for one more blow. (Of course--please be careful--and take note if you've got prior injuries, or if you've got an old crappy bed that might break... And DO NOT USE A FULL SIZED BAT! Get something that'll work, but that's not too heavy. You wanna get the job done, but you don't wanna actually dammage and destroy anything.)
And that's it!  

These are three fine strategies for "Overcoming Anger", and they've worked well for me.  Typically--I just use the 1st two strategies--and it's pretty rare anymore for me to have to get my tiny baseball bat and beat the living shit out of my bed covers... But I've done it!  It works! 

These things have helped me more than any of the other things I'd tried in the past.

You see, what Shari taught me was this:

Anger isn't going to 'go away' if you just sneak into the back room and do some deep breathing exercises--or meditate or pray--or just let the time pass until you feel different.

Obviously those things DO work in a way, but what they DON'T do, is actually give vent to your real feelings of aggression and frustration.  So if we just stuff it and stuff it and pretend like it's not there--then eventually--anger rears up it's ugly head and we say something we regret.  Or even worse, we get in a physical altercation of some kind and we end up talking to the cops or other authorities.  And this is just what we want to avoid!

We want to "Open the Vent", so that our anger can pass through... And that way we're not storing it up and unloading it on our loved ones or some poor schmuck who's making some "low IQ" moves at the cash register or something.

Guys, I hope this helps!  

...and I'm glad that I finally finished writing it out for the group.

I'd be happy to get a call going in the group (sometime soon), and we could talk about it in more detail.  

We can take turns sharing our stories--or maybe there's more strategies or practices that people might be able to add to the list--and then we can say we've honored our group's purpose, and Buffalo's "topic sugestion", and of course all of this will give us a chance to keep the momentum rolling forward from there.

Hey hey!

I think that's all from S.B. for now. 

So I'm signing off...

Love ya'll and let's have a group call soon.




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Wednesday, February 16, 2022

This Tweet About "HONEYPOTS" Inspired Me to Write a Short Thread About Blackmail and Bribery and Coercion in the Higher-Up Powerstructure:



If this strategy is working wonders for small time detectives in big cities--&--the criminals sense of pride and self preservation prevents them from warning others...


They use tactics and strategies to manage people:

The world is a strange & dangerous place. Mechanisms are in place to preserve the monstrous criminal classes.

Have you never heard of a "#BrownstoneOperation"?

or never read about "The Glass House", as told by William Guy Carr, in his infamous novel, "PAWNS IN THE GAME"?



This type of thing's ALWAYS gone on.

Espionage-blackmail-&-coercion; with death & ruin as it's threatened end, & nothing has changed!

If you're hanging out on social media & believing the "trends"--or god forbid--you're watching or reading mainstream media & believing the lies: 


Be honest with yourself!

What do you imagine BILLIONAIRES and even TRILLIONAIRES might do to preserve their positions of power?

Is there anything that comes into your imagination that they might consider, "off-limits", or "TOO FAR"?!



Saturday, February 12, 2022

 Have you seen how many albums Adam Lore has on Bandcamp?!

And how inexpensive they are?
Did you know you can stream them for free but that it's better to buy them--and download them--and transfer them onto an ancient iPod, and then get old fashioned "over the ear headphones" (the kind w/ a cord), and go for a long walk, with a full battery's charge on your iPod, and walk straight towards the sunset whilst "Particle Target" and "Tesseract Car" go hum-zinging in your ear at just under full volume?
You didn't know! Did you?!
Well now you do.. And good morning too.
click here for Adam's music: