Barack Hussein Obama negotiates with known child rapist and largest global terrorism supporter, dares anybody to argue that Iran is evil and shouldn’t be negotiated with. What are the consequences for him if he is wrong? Will he admit he was wrong? Will any of us still be around?
From the Meditations of Shivastus Solomonicus
The Serpent seeks the Tree. The Tree is the Truth. Theo Sophia. God and Wisdom. As the Soul enters the Zodiac represented by the dodecahedron of Plato’s Solids, it splits into the male and female. The only two planets that ruled one house (before the discoveries, planets that couldn’t be seen with the naked eye) were the Sun and the Moon, Soul of Man, Solomon.
“A friend (philo/philoi/Philo Sophia) is one soul in to bodies.” Aristotle
As the Serpent moves through the houses it seeks it’s soul mate. It seeks the Truth. Homo Sapiens is Wise Man, a child is not born wise and not all men raise themselves to the level of being human. Not all men accumulate Wisdom. As one acquires Wisdom one inevitably kills the false sense of self.
The Serpent repents as it approaches the Truth the…
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A Virginia man was awarded $500,000 by a Fairfax County jury after an anesthesiologist repeatedly mocked and insulted him during an operation.
Trace Gallagher reported on “Your World” that the unidentified patient hit “record” on his phone before being sedated for a colonoscopy. He put his phone in his pants pocket and placed it beneath a table in the medical suite.
Gallagher said that the man’s intentions were to record the instructions his doctor would provide after the procedure.
But the patient was shocked to actually hear the medical professionals making fun of him.
“After five minutes of talking to you in pre-op, I wanted to punch you in the face and man you up a little bit,” anesthesiologist Tiffany Ingham told the sedated patient in the audio recording.
Gallagher reported that when a medical staff member pointed out a rash on the patient to Ingham during the procedure, she warned the staff member not to touch the area, saying she might get “some syphilis on your arm or something.”
“It’s probably tuberculosis in the penis, so you’ll be all right,” Ingham cruelly joked.
In addition to the mockery, the medical staff also placed a false diagnosis on the patient’s chart.
A Fairfax County jury reportedly awarded the patient $100,000 for defamation, $200,000 for medical malpractice and $200,000 for punitive damages. http://insider.foxnews.com/2015/06/24/patient-wins-500000-lawsuit-after-anesthesiologist-insults-him-during-surgery?page=2
In psychology, narcosynthesis is interchangeable with narcoanalysis, and refers to a group of techniques which has its origins in the practice of “narco-hypnosis”. Narco-hypnosis, as its name implies, is the use of various narcotics to induce various types of hypnotic states.
The mind-altering effects of alcohol, marijuana, and narcotics have been known to man for centuries. In recent years, injections of sodium amytal and pentothal have put this knowledge to practical psychological use, not only to elicit information from suspects under interrogation, but as a means of treatment for shell-shockedsoldiers in World War II. There has also been some use of barbiturate hypnosis therapy in interviewing both the defendant and plaintiffs in some court cases. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcosynthesis