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    The Amenti Halls are a subset of the Akashic Records in the galactic knowledge repository, these Amenti Halls are located in the Alcyone star system. Amenti Halls hold all the backup copies of the materials that were scanned in on solar discs and crystal chips from the Alexandria Library before it was destroyed.

    There are many different chamber rooms in the Amenti Halls and the halls themselves are like a mass database of computer records stored in a large knowledge repository that is located partially on the etheric plane of existence and there are gateways to the halls from the physical realm of existence. Some of the chambers are made of emerald crystals, glass, and other cosmic materials.

    The Amenti Halls have four spiritual rays that keep the structure of the halls together, and maintain the informational data bases inside the halls.

    The four rays are the golden ray, blue ray, green ray, and the purple ray. These rays symbolize the different vibrational levels of the Amenti Halls and the various energy key code sequences of beings that can enter each hall, there are higher and lower vibrational key codes of having access to the hall chamber rooms.
    The walls of the Amenti Halls have holographic computer like viewing screens from where the higher dimensional beings can access sacred geometry symbols, data information, knowledge libraries, etc. about all the galaxies, planets, and multiverses that have ever been created. As well there are reading rooms with computer panels to view the solar discs and the crystal chips on which information is stored.
    There is a crystal quartz harmonics chamber in the Amenti Halls where different types of cosmic music is created and played to uphold the light quotient of the universe for having peace and balance in all the cosmos. The crystalline structure of this chamber has pyramids and sphere objects in it to fine tune the playing instruments that make the harmonics music.
    In some of the Amenti Hall reading rooms there are green emerald tablets on which the most ancient languages are transcribed that were ever spoken in the first civilizations to seed new planets that were created in the universe. On these tablets information is stored about how races and planets are created biologically, geologically, and also there is information about how to terraform planets which almost no longer have atmospheres or planet life. As well there are genetic codes and DNA sequencing information stored on the tablets about how to create light bodies and human form for beings.
    There are many different star gate way portals which are used to access entrance point ways into the Amenti Halls. Some of the portals are physically made with technology activating wormholes in order to go to the halls and other portals are natural forming which use etheric source energy that is organic. The natural portals activate on their own every couple of hours or days, so good math telemetry and star chart data is needed to be able to figure out when these portals will be open in order to get to the Amenti Halls
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    Have always wondered about that, and if she has any connection to the religion. Most of the people who are normally come over as fairly stable so I'm not sure. Has she ever talked with seriousness about any religion or spirituality? I follow someone called Alafia on Facebook (not that I'm on it much anymore) who is I think a good indicator of Santeria becoming more mainstream - it's kinda like voodoo Oprah with gifs.

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    no idea danny sorry. i just saw that on twitter at roughly the same time i read your post so i shard it.
    im no expert.

    but all that stuff has been used so much in pop culture that of course some crossover was inevitable.

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    If she was ever seen wearing elekes (the beads given to initiates, that'd be a sign). A cursory 5m google doesn't reveal much. It'd be hard to do seriously and maintain a showbiz career. The fully fledged initiation (Kariocha) requires you to really pull back from the social world, wear white for a year, not go out in the evenings and a lot of other prescriptions.

    Tons of Oshun symbolism in Beyonce's Lemonade of course.

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    Apparently she's "scratched" (initiated) in Palo Mayombe, which is a totally different tradition to Santeria - but not very reputably. The type of initiation that takes your cash but leaves you with your madness. The idea of rip off initiations is quite common in those circles. With Santeria, this is in part a product of people coming from the West to a relatively impoverished country to spend on spirituality.

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    Like Corpsey, I'm drawn to books about serial killers and all sorts of gruesomeness. Tends to freak people out when you bring it up in casual chat, or else they accuse you of deliberately trying to be edgy, so it's more of a private interest. To this day, I can't hear O Superman by Laurie Anderson without visualising Denis Nilsen in his bedsit, er...doing stuff. Speaking of which, now he's snuffed it, wonder if we'll ever get to hear his synth-wave recordings? Would be kinda funny if someone paid top dollar for them and they turned out to be John Shuttleworth-style Bontempi novelty songs.

    Also enjoyed reading about the Manson Family, Gary Gilmore, Peter Sutcliffe, Graham Young, etc. Proper nutters, but also quite bland and unremarkable people in many ways. The Manson and Gilmore cases were accompanied by OTT media circuses, so also present interesting snapshots of their respective times.

    But then I was well into the London Dungeon as a kid, loved all those waxworks of plague boil-addled peasants being stretched on the rack, rats eating babies' eyes, etc. Good old-fashioned fun!

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    Have you read Killing for Company? The bit I always remember is when Nielsen would sit watching TV with a corpse, making sardonic remarks about the programs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Have you read Killing for Company? The bit I always remember is when Nielsen would sit watching TV with a corpse, making sardonic remarks about the programs.
    Yep - didn't he used to make them tea and play them music too? Sure there's scope for a dark, funny monologue play.
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    It's weird some of the trivial details that stick with you. I read 'Sobibor' when I was at school (think it was published in the '70s, though google searches throw up several books with that title, and I can't remember the author's name at all - it was written by an ex-inmate). Remember it being quite explicit in terms of horror and violence, but the only thing I really recall is that the Kommandant was nicknamed 'The Doll' and used to spend most of his time organising and obsessing over guard vs. prisoner football matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin View Post
    Yep - didn't he used to make them tea and play them music too? Sure there's scope for a dark, funny monologue play.
    Yeah there is definitely some comic potential in it. Something quintessentially English about it all, too - so humdrum and domestic. I remember there being quite a lot of stuff about him building a fire in the back garden to burn the corpses on.

    Interestingly, Nielsen and Dahmer (whose crimes were similar in many ways) both peculiarly sympathetic figures as far as serial killers go. They both seemed somehow tragic, utterly isolated in their psychic extremity. Cursed.

    I would like to read Masters book on Dahmer, were it not for my aforementioned desire not to muddy my mind further with all this stuff.

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    Something I picked up from Martin Amis's 'Experience' (his cousin was killed by Fred/Rosemary West) - Fred West used to eat onions like most people eat apples. He would hold an onion and take chomps out of it.

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    starting to feel so much better about corpsey refusing to ever meet me for a in real life pint.

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    I think I mentioned it on the books thread but 'Happy like murderers' is by far the bleakest and most terrifying serial killer book Ive read.

    Tim Cahill's book on Gacy is chilling as well.

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    Yeah, can't face that one.

    I was once on a comedown at uni and read an online account of the West murders and it properly fucked me up. Couldn't sleep for ages.

    As mentioned upthread, the other night I couldn't sleep cos I watched the Death of Stalin and then read up on Beria et al. This is the counterintuitive thing about my obsession - I'm highly sensitive to descriptions of people's suffering, which of course one finds all over this territory, like limbs in Ed Gein's settee. It's a fascinated horror. Possibly something like a mouse's fascination with cats.
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    My other cod psychology explanation is that I was bullied briefly and (only slightly) violently when I was an infant by a kid who I suppose must have been somewhere on the psychopathy spectrum. I guess the mouse/cat relationship, again.

    Jon Ronson supplies a similar explanation for his own facination - his overactive amyglada Vs the ice cold guiltlessness of the psychopath.

    I do find it interesting how many kids are fascinated by gore. I suppose it's thrilling, because it's shocking.

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