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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: September 22, 2017, 10:37:35 PM »
Ole Dammegård, awarded the Prague Peace Prize, nominated for the Light House Award and adopted by the Apache Nation, is an author, International speaker, former journalist, musician and investigator, who has dedicated the last 30 odd years of his life to researching many of the global conspiracies. Ole, Begins by giving a rundown on his background, and what got him interested on his path. He was born in Denmark, as a kid he moved to Sweden and started working as a journalist. His fascination for the JFK assassination in the late seventy’s, beginning of the eighty’s. He mentions how incredibly multi-layered And extremely well carried out The JFK assassination truly was.

The JFK assassination is still an important piece of the puzzle. In April 1967, the CIA wrote a dispatch which coined the term “conspiracy theories” … and recommended methods for discrediting such theories. The dispatch was marked “psych” – short for “psychological operations” or disinformation – and “CS” for the CIA’s “Clandestine Services” unit. One Piece of the Dispatch States “This trend of opinion is a matter of concern to the U.S. government, including our organization.” The “official account” that JFK was killed by three shots fired by Lee Harvey Oswald from the 6th floor window of the Texas School Book Depository. The Same applies for the Olf Palme, another very complex case. Originally Ole, just wanted to be a musician before he had a movement of clarity and realization. Ole, recites some of his music's lyrics and they are very impactful.


Ole, has been one of the last rare journalist's that actually have integrity, unlike the so called journalists ,we see today in the mainstream media. Michael ask's if Ole, has had to deal with any level of harassment. Ole and Michael discuss some of the recent 9/11 attacks and how the media did not strongly emphasis on it this year.  The show concludes with Ole's Stance on various topics, never heard before.
Ole is really good on the Olof Palme murder. It might not be known to USA audiences, especially younger people, but a very interesting case and Ole has some good research and theories on the assassination and connections to GLADIO networks etc. It was a very shocking crime and the guy eventually convicted had his conviction overturned and the murderer(s) to this day remains unknown (officially at least.) A VERY interesting case with lots of Cold War drama and , scandal, and political effect and allegations and supposed links to other suspicious killings and false-flags (like Aldo Moro, Bologna Bombing, etc.)

He also has some interesting theories about the sinking of the "Estonia" back in '94.

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That's my dream, not Shay's. Shay dreams about <shudder> Angela Lansbury.  :-\
Come on. She was cute in "Picture of Dorian Gray" and, add the maid outfit to the mix, in "Gaslight!" But I suspect Shay is going for the "Murder, She Wrote" years.  :o

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Hoagland would have been the first man ever to receive a life sentence for contempt of court after constantly interrupting and talking over the judge.
Most recently Sean David Morton tried the various fake court filings, bizarre briefs, vexious arguments about jurisdiction, admiralty law, etc. He is going to prison. I could see Jordan Maxwell (aka Russell Pine) and other C2C guests and 'experts' trying things like that in court. On the other hand I could see Jim Marrs, RIP, charming the jury with his down-home stories and getting off the charges. Remember there was a sammich dispute and also Wilcock said Jordan Maxwell left dirty clothes in his place 'when he let him crash there for a while?' Most all these guys are dodgy and also you see frequent 'falling-outs' when a conference goes bad, a theory is in dispute, some money is loaned and not paid back, etc. I think SDM scammed some fellow 'researchers' out of money with his schemes also.

http://bellgab.com/radio-and-podcasts/george-noory-sucks!-the-definitive-compendium/msg283520/#msg283520

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 22, 2017, 09:31:02 PM »
Lol!! that's priceless.. really made my day.. He really believes he's some Tom Cruise or George Clooney. He's so full of himself... not to mention lard-but dumheiser.

Also i think Corneilius is driving!! only fitting don't you think?
Somewhere here there is a longer clip or a youtube of the event. Where they announced Norry etc. The handmade rigged sign on the car is awesome also. I particularly like the people in the background in some of the photos and their expressions of boredom, 'who the hell are those guys?', or 'hurry up so I can cross the street.'

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Politics / Re: Voter fraud - 2016
« on: September 22, 2017, 09:13:45 PM »
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/09/20/it-undermines-integrity-of-elections-glitch-allows-non-citizens-in-pa-to-vote/
I like how they act shocked that "motor voter" results in illegals and non-citizens, and illegal, voting but, of course, always go on to say that "it doesn't effect the elections." They still don't get that one of the primary goals by the Dems that  pushed for things like "motor voter" was so illegals, and non-citizens, could vote illegally and other illegal voting.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 22, 2017, 04:42:30 PM »
Ha, I didn't know that. Norry conveniently forgets to mention that part of the story... how embarrasing... The apple really doesn't fall far from the tree in that numbskull family of his.

Oh yeah.. the 911 show where he had the architect on.. Norry said his "uncle by marriage" was on one of flights that hit the towers... i smell bs... why has he never mention that before in prior years? His massive ego wouldn't have let us forget that. Correct me if i'm wrong.

What's next, will he claim his granddad drove the car JFK was shot in?
Norry has mentioned his "uncle by marriage" story before. I remember laughing the first time because he was at pains to figure out how to describe the tangential relationship and finally came up with the "uncle by marriage."

You will notice that aside from a few tall-tales (his aunt into ESP, his baseball prowess, his signing at some "big event," and him being smarter than his science teachers) everything else a guest or caller mentions will be related to some Hollywood movie. Never a book, an experience, a friend, an expert, but almost always some movie or tv show. And even then he will get the details of the movie wrong (wrong name, wrong actor, etc.)

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Politics / Re: The Refugees
« on: September 22, 2017, 04:36:26 PM »
An update on the "refugee" who attacked people at a tire store in Canada. She is now demanding that her Canadian citizenship be taken away and doesn't recognize the judge as only Sharia and Islam is the true path. She promises she will try to attack again and inshallah will be successful next time.
https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/09/20/woman-accused-in-canadian-tire-attack-indicted-on-14-terror-charges.html

Muslim "refugee" as so many do sexually assaulting young girls:
http://www.wmur.com/article/nashua-man-accused-of-sexually-assaulting-girls/12439605
"Mohammod Rafique is facing six charges, including two counts of felonious sexual assault. Nashua police said the incident happened in late August and involves four girls, including a 7-year-old."

And the antics continue in German. "Refugees" attack and sexually assault people at a church festival:

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis
« on: September 22, 2017, 04:09:50 PM »
The show about the Emergency Broadcast System last night was excellent. Good stuff and also it might explain the phenomena that occured down here where Rush Limbaugh came on my tv during a test of the EAS system. The way Clyde described it the alerts go out to a few 'big' stations and then smaller stations pick it up. So my theory is some 'wire got crossed' at some switch board and instead of playing the tones and 'this is a test' they played what was playing on the AM stream originally, in my case Rush Limbaugh in Orange County's case they played whatever preacher was on. Just a guess....or maybe it was the Illumnati warning us of the earth's end and tribulation and whatever they have planned for us?  ;)
https://soundcloud.com/groundzeromedia/this-is-duress-for-the-next-sixty-seconds-september-22-2017

http://bellgab.com/technology/emergency-alert-system-failure/

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Politics / Motive?
« on: September 22, 2017, 02:22:00 PM »
The FBI and officials cannot figure out the motivation for a Muslim Somalian immigrant who went on a stabbing spree while first asking people if they were Muslim and shouting "Allahuakbar."
http://www.startribune.com/one-year-later-motive-of-st-cloud-mall-attacker-remains-unclear/444894453/

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 22, 2017, 01:08:13 AM »
I see Jorch has Pat Boone scheduled for the first hour next LMH Thursday.  Be there or be sq.......nevermind.  :-[

Not listening tonight but I plan to be here this Sunday if the stars align correctly.  Nice to see you here once again, TL.  Ta-ta for now.
TTFN. Be careful. This was mentioned in the great movie "Witchboard." (By the psychic who tries to help.) I've always hated that line and when you mentioned it, coupled with your postings about Demonic/etc activity, it made me think of that movie. In which the Ouija board opens a certain Whitesnake (and MLB husband she abused) looker to get invaded by an evil entity. A great movie, for the times, and actually still sort of creepy and, for the budget and to see the styles/songs/action, a recommend film.

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OMG. Wadda game! If Los Angeles keeps this up they will not be "the" Rams but "my" Rams. Also great to see the Niners look like a real football team again. Shanahan, Hoyer and Garçon have really turned the team around. And great to see Sammy Watkins have a break out night. Have I mentioned how much I love football?
"Violent ground acquisition games such as football is in fact a crypto-fascist metaphor for nuclear war."

And, now, we also get political protests and CTEs- and still the usual and sundry domestic and 'date' 'incidents.' And stadiums built by tax-payers for the benefit of millionaire/billionaire owners in a cartel. The game that keeps on giving!

Love it!

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 22, 2017, 12:56:53 AM »
He can do anything he wants with RNC money.  All the rest do.  He could hire a 1000 hookers and party 'til 2999 for all I care.  Now if it was taxpayer money then I might have a beef with how he spends it.
That would be awesome. Especially if he does the German-fetish antics per the DNC paid fake "dossier." It would also force Hollywood and the Left to, once again, wring their hands- we hate the guy but he is into weird sexual practices, according to the Puritanical sexually-repressed American culture, so we must defend. But it is Trump, so we can't, but that means condemning someone practicing his chose lifestyle?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 22, 2017, 12:51:50 AM »
Cornelius called in yet again near the end of the show last night.
Yep I heard Noory introduce him as in Alexandria, Louisiana and later called him "Corny"
Sounds like he has been practicing, his voice sounded more like an old time preacher with his "bible, bullets, and beans" speech...
"Corny" has always said he is from Alexandria but encourages Norry to go to Mardi Gras (and Norry thinks Mardi Gras is only in NO- where a young black kid did the typical scam and cost Norry some money 'back when he was in the Navy' (I think.)) One night I was bored and "Corny" was easily found due to him mentioning too much information (I think, maybe, when he was trying to connect with the frequent caller from NC?.) Anyway he seems legit and not a ghost Premier paid radio talent caller (but who knows?) One of the photos showed him in some church (but from the back.)

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Caravan to Midnight
« on: September 21, 2017, 08:41:56 PM »
What is WND OLarry?
World Net Daily
www.wnd.com
Started, as I recall, as a basically anti-Clinton news website way back when and now has turned into an interesting mix of news, "news," and commentary that covers everything from traditional conservatives, religious conservatives, conspiracy theorists, border-line "racists," anti-Muslim, pro-Israel, and the-world-is-ending-soon due to (pick your poison here- Biblical signs, Obama, Commies, illegals, natural phenomena, leftists, Big Brother, Hillary, UN, etc.) It runs the gamut but on the "right" or libertarian side or religious side for the most part. Sells "prep" stuff, water filters, supplements, books, DVDs, religious interpretive texts, - so the usual.

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Random Topics / Re: Post Your Favorite Postcards Here.
« on: September 21, 2017, 05:48:47 PM »
https://communityimpact.com/events/capital-of-texas-postcard-paper-show/
hobby is more popular than I expected. I saw an ad in my local paper for an upcoming show and searched the web and there are shows in Austin, Ft.Worth, Dallas, and Houston upcoming and an organization about collecting postcards.
http://www.ctxpc.org/postcard----related--shows-around-texas-.html

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: September 21, 2017, 05:02:29 PM »
The Spanish government is handling the Catalonia stuff poorly. Their escalation is likely making some folks change their minds and vote, or agitate, to leave.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 21, 2017, 01:25:57 PM »
As a guest, he didn't have a show. He's undeniably entertaining in small doses. Maybe not so much these days, it's got a bit old.
Being a 'local boy done good' I have a soft-spot for Alex. He was great in the past on local level and still is sometimes good. But I agree that he needs to be done in doses and all of the infomercial stuff is tiring. Still I'm amazed at his success and his smarts of realizing how to capitalize on "free" platforms and build what is a mini-media empire that now makes international news and causes much consternation in the Hollywood/Infotainment "news" crowd and leftist politicians. The guy started out as a ranter on free local cable access tv after all.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 21, 2017, 01:17:00 PM »
He's been on TV...I don't like Andrew Neil but oh, he cooked Jones like a kipper;D


Interesting to note that Alex has been looking rather red recently (when he was doing his shirtless stunt.) And certain conspiracy theorists think Alex is, shall we say, a gate-keeper red herring for the real world controllers, real conspiracy, etc.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 21, 2017, 01:12:33 PM »

Nope... I didn't get here because of AB..I got here via Expat and his blog. I've never listened to an AB show, ever.

 ;D
Your loss. Some good stuff, and a chance to hear various convicted felons prior to their incarceration.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 21, 2017, 01:11:03 PM »
Every so often Alex Jones used to pop up on UK radio. I started listening to him on the internet occasionally after that and he would sometimes mention going on Coast with Noory. When I looked it up I found that it had been started by Art Bell. I found a few torrents and there was no comparison with Dave. Eventually Noory's incompetence had me typing in words like 'fuckwit' and 'stupid cunt' so here I am.
Ha. I'm amazed Alex was on UK radio.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 21, 2017, 11:56:36 AM »
I don't personally see the need for ketchup. Never use the stuff. I can understand the ice cream, although I don't buy it because they only sell single serving sizes in Texas.
You also can buy ice cream with EBT at the gas station as I posted before with my amazing encounter with a very large white tattooed woman throwing open the door and yelling to the Paki owner/operator of station: "DO YOU ACCEPT EBT!!!" He smiled and replied "yes" and she proceeded to go to the frozen items shelf and grab several pints of Haagen-Daaz and throw them on the counter and slap her EBT card down. I bought my gas and beer and when leaving saw her get in a beat-up van, parked across several spaces, driven by a cigarette-smoking extremely skinny guy. An odd couple. And a shame that such things are paid for by tax-payers. I've seen Mexicans buying craps loads of brisket at HEB using multiple EBT cards before. Now I like a BBQ and I don't know if they are illegal but even so the tax-payers should demand that EBT only covers basic, core items necessary for life. Not ice cream, cokes, certain meats for a big party, etc. It would also help people become more healthy, so in the public interest since they likely also get "free" health care and education. Why not even use a database for those wanting "free" government give-aways that inputs the age, gender, conditions of the members of the family and then spits out a basic meal-plan and EBT can only be used for those items*?

* I know that retailers, "Big Ag," etc would be against this since they are the primary beneficiary of the government give-away of WIC, SNAP, etc etc.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 21, 2017, 11:48:13 AM »
You'll find that out, shortly before the people I work for chain you upside-down and drown you in a vat of boiling piss.
I get how the other Brit found this thread and Art Bell (he fled your country, so likely heard C2C once here) but, out of curiosity, how did you find this thread and/or know of Art Bell or the "suckage" of Norry? As far as I know the shows were never on shortwave or broadcast in the UK so curious how people "around the world" heard the show...and then motivated to find and participate in this forum.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 21, 2017, 11:41:05 AM »
Sometimes all the show prep in the world won't do any good.  Remember the night Ian Punnett interviewed the author who'd written the book about his battles with mental illness?  Ian gave the guy a really good introduction, pointing out key elements of the book and congratulating him in the process.  The author immediately disavowed everything he'd written, pointing out he'd quit taking his meds and was fighting the reptilians who was trying to control his mind or some such weirdness.  I remember thinking it would have been entertaining to have been a fly on the studio wall at the first break.
That was an awesome show. I think the guy actual wrote some Sci-Fi books and was published? I also recall some guest, not a McKenna- I think- who was on to talk about psychedelics who kept stuttering and asking "what was the question" "where am I" etc like his brain was fried or he was using something on air. Later it was said some illness or something.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 21, 2017, 11:35:48 AM »
Actually its:
Thomas in La Jolla, CA
Cornelius in New Orleans, LA

another one is: Annie in Alabama
I think "Corny" is from Alexandria, LA

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I mean no offense when I say your posts can be a lot to digest.  ;D  I respect the stream of conscience statements.  However we are more similar than you may realize.  ;)  We are not strangers in this forum.  Again...I agree with you.  That being said...in perpetuity...CHEERS sir.  :D

**EDIT ~ I'm half German so, yeah...I get it.  ;)
Ha. I never, or at least try not do to so, take offense, and hope I do not offend. I find it weird that anyone in an, relatively, anonymous forum should. My humor and opinions sometimes might but, I think, or like to think, are taken ok, I try to do so in an inoffensive way or, at least not in personal attacks (sometime we all are human are can't not), but put in the "politics" threads where somethings I cannot abide, but even there consider contrary opinions (I hope or at least try) to be civil and stick to facts, news reports (as I do with news about illegals and "refugees." At some point culture/countries and individuals need to say "no." Or this is bad.) We are not strangers onlinr, and I do appreciate that, but we are still strangers and I think everyone should recognize that online (not, so much here, I think we are all adults, but for kids they can get crazy thinking online are "friends" or some such nonsense- not that than can't happen but the "real" versus online is disturbing.)

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I agree with you overall.  However, you didn't apologize for calling me a fat bastard.

Wait....

That was just in my head.   

Seriously...I kid.  Laugh for a change dammit!

Cheers albrecht!  :D
Laughter is a sign of weakness. Kidding. Why doesn't anyone get Teutonic humor. Germans are funny dammit! Laugh or I will put a switch to you! Kidding.
I'm not for Taliban style 'discipline' but for common sense and decorum (on all sides.) During a hunting season in a relatively rural area I have no problem with you bringing a weapon into a store or walking around. During some Obama's Minion march in an urban area I have a problem with anyone, on either side but especially some KKK guy, "using their rights to walk around with a firearm." Likewise if I'm at a Slayer concert I don't mind some dude with a shirt that says "FUCK YOU" and some Goat-Allah-Christ-Buddah on it. But on a Sunday at the local HEB or restaurant with families and kids around after church out I don't like to see it. Sure, in both cases "you have the right" but there is also, or should be some sense of decorum and thoughts for others. (And common-sense.)
And what is wrong with parents, coaches, teachers, peer-group, etc using a bit of discipline or even shaming or other psychological pressure techniques? Jeez. With thought, of course, and limitations and proper monitoring but nothing motivates better than being 'called out' by your peer group or praised by people. (I'm not advocating only negative reinforcement.) There is a REASON why effective military units, socially cohesive systems, good sports teams, certain companies, and cultures and countries use social pressure. Because it works!

ps: never apologize. Sign of weakness. Change the argument, belabor the point, misdirect, or resort to other rhetorical maneuvers....  ;)

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 21, 2017, 01:33:14 AM »
After his SIX bankruptcies American banks wouldn't loan Trump a dime. Prior to the election his sons publicly admitted bragged that the family was reliant on Russian money.

Meanwhile, Mueller is continuing to collect damning evidence on Manafort and and his highly lucrative money laundromat business. Mueller's wisely making sure New York state authorities are involved too, so that when the Feds lock him up and he's quickly pardoned by his buddy Trump, New York can keep him in prison where he belongs. The only way Manafort can save his ass from the indignities of a lengthy prison sentence is, of course, to spill the beans on his friend Trump.

The Trump apologists aren't really that devoted to him. Deluded maybe, but not devoted. When it's publicly revealed how Trump and his cronies raked in millions illegally while his taxpaying, working-class supporters struggled to pay their mortgages and feed their families, they'll turn on him and burn their MAGA hats en masse.

Details behind the raid on Manafort's house show that Mueller really is 'following the money'

http://www.dailykos.com/stories/1700122
A well respected news organization. But I have to admit there are some 'interesting' parallels- both in Russia (and associated former Soviet "Republics") with the Clintons. Obviously everyone knows, even from the 'fake news' New York Times, about the Uranium and speaking deals and pay-to-play, but I also am reminded of "Park-O-Meter" and the early stuff in Arkansas. Fun old times.
And I agree, at least for me, that some will abandon Trump if, as your fake-news, is proving true. But remember, for many, or at least me, he was/is FAR too left on things like immigration and was always suspect due to his friends (including the Clintons etc) but was the only choice at the end. And, so far so good, with a good Justice, some judges, some good appointees, and generally screwing up and befuddling the leftist media, Hollywood, and DC establishment: ok and fun!

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Actually the curved bar is so the shower curtain doesn't get drawn into the shower when the water is running and people have 'elbow room' to wash themselves.

I'm hurt albrecht.  I'm a large man and you are shaming me.   :-\


...I kid.  ;)
Ha.  I think more shaming and hazing (both initially light and, of course, depending on age, occupation, and area,) and a general frowning-upon in normal public situations, would help our society get back to basics and normality and, yes, conformity in, at least, certain key areas. Instead of praising/encouraging criminality or deviance and, at the same time, "cracking down" and "locking people up" or giving heavy medication for the people who act like Hollywood, music, etc folks promote in real places stop it earlier by 'soft' methods of social pressure. Sure you have the "right" to do some things but that doesn't make it pleasant, a good thing, something that should be done without figuring how others might react or feel, and no reason why people must not, at least "frown-upon" or shun you, for doing so.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 21, 2017, 12:31:31 AM »
Haha I don't know about their mind but 'inscrutable' certainly describes their alphabet!  You could get away with all kinds of shenanigans on that basis alone.  Too bad we didn't keep those runes around a little longer!

Speaking of, I was reading about the Kensington runestone and was astounded to learn that one possible explanation for the presence of a runemaster/forger in the midwest around the time it was found was that certain tailors still used them!  That was in the Scandinavian book you told me about, and I'm still a little dubious on some of the stuff he says.
Cool! Always be dubious. I, a decade (or more) ago I was searching for something and ran across something called "Black Book"- we've discussed this before- about 'magic' (really more folk-healing) from Norway and carried over to here (the "Dutch" in Pennslyvania, really German, also, have something similar- not sanctioned and even hated but, some, have, usually women)  and emailed the person mentioned in some article in some Scandi scholarly magazine who found it  (I forget her name and an email account long lost that she should continue research and publish. I think she did?)  Some "books" found in an attic etc. But I can't claim who it was or if my email was an impetus. But now the stuff on the interwebs and amazons are crazy (not quite "Texas" though) with runes, "black book" translations, and Nordic myths esoterica. I wouldn't trust the newer translations and popular accounts. And go for the scholarly articles and translations. But interesting how the popularity has increased. (Along with it though politics and even schisms left/right, racist allegations, neo/old, and the usual and lots of "cross-over" stuff, which legitimately there was, with other Germanic etc ideas/legends. Certain shows don't help, except, I guess make people money and get interest in the old legends and ways.)

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