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  • A group of "light warriors" buried what may be hundreds of small muffinlike resin objects, embedded with aluminum foil and quartz crystals, at Serpent Mound with the intent of realigning the energy of the ancient Native American site in Peebles.

    Bad move, dudes. That will just re-focus the negative energy, until it's powerful enough to penetrate even our triple-foil thickness hats.
  • Wow, it's not even friggin 7AM and I'm already pissed, PISSED after reading this. I just....I need coffee.
  • AbbeySomeone: Idiots.


    Exactly:

    resin objects, embedded with aluminum foil and quartz crystals,


    Everyone knows that the aluminum foil will block the Orgone wave energy. This is why we wear it on our heads.
  • "lift the vibration of the Earth so we can all rise together."

    Couldn't they just have a massive spin cycle sit-in at the local laundromat instead?
  • From the comments: "It's very interesting to see a unique feat of astronomy and engineering that a civilization built around the time of Christ."

    Yes, it's an amazing feat of...making a huge pile of dirt. Some Roman is sticking his head out of his multi-story stone building with running water, saying, "Oh, what a nice pile of dirt. Very clever indeed."
  • Sounds like someone managed to steal the script from the upcoming Conan movie.
  • If they don't stop it, I'm going to fence in their chickens and not tell them.
  • I've been rewatching the X-Files lately, and this seems like exactly the kind of thing the real whackjobs on that show (so you know, 1995ish) would have done. I was really hoping that the lack of press on new-agers meant maybe that crap was dying down.
  • This would be a good test case to see if it is possible to beat the stupid out of people. Rather than being Christians, they've found a rival form of nonsense to believe in that's just as bad, if not worse.
  • So the "Light Warriors" did this? Looks like these dudes are going to jail:
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    Someone should have told them to buy silver swords when they were in the elf village.
  • I was up in Ohio for my aunt's funeral last year. I had some down time after the viewing so I visited Serpent Mound. There isn't much to see of course, pretty lame actually, but I enjoyed walking around in the sunshine after being shut up in the musky mortuary all morning. After a bit of walking, I sat against the mound and ate a sub for lunch. I have both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, so I fell asleep after I ate.

    I'm usually a deep sleeper. I never remember my dreams. If I don't write down something before I fall asleep then it is gone forever. But while I was asleep on the mound, I had the most vivid hallucination - more than a simple dream.

    I was completely naked, standing on the mound, with a shadow. The shadow said, "it's prepared." Then a female deer walked atop the mound in front of me. I spread her legs and her vagina began to contract. After several minutes of me stroking her back as her vagina made sucking and belching sounds, a small hairless fawn was born into my hands. The shadow said, "now eat." I thought that I didn't know what to do, but I automatically began pushing the bloodied fawn into my mouth. Inch by inch, I drew the fawn's hind legs into my mouth. Then my jaw unhinged as I cleared the hips. The wet baby deer slid gradually down my throat until the last tip of hoof disappeared. The umbilical cord was still hanging out of my mouth; the other side hung from the deer's sore vagina. I slurped and sucked, inch by inch, devouring not only the cord but also the mother deer. After much complaining and walking along the mound, I lay down in the sun with a fat, distended stomach still moving with the death quivers of the animals.

    Then the shadow laid down on top of me. A feeling of great cold, like an arctic death exhale descended over me. I fell asleep in the dream but immediately awoke in the real world.

    It was dark and I was covered in dead, wet leaves. I'd been asleep for almost six hours - a death sentence for a double diabetic like me. But somehow, I wasn't at all hungry. I tested my blood sugar back at the car and it was within the range I'd expect had I just eaten a protein rich meal. And the oddest part - I could taste cord blood on the back of my tongue.
  • A friend of mine was a cook at a restaurant in northern California where this sort of nonsense was popular. Burned into his memory was the time a new age douche was holding a crystal up to the menu to help him decide what he should order.
  • It's called serpentine dream theory. And they were just trying to fix it.

    See, the earth is slowing it's rotation by .00000006 mph/day.....
  • spentmiles: I was up in Ohio for my aunt's funeral last year. I had some down time after the viewing so I visited Serpent Mound. There isn't much to see of course, pretty lame actually, but I enjoyed walking around in the sunshine after being shut up in the musky mortuary all morning. After a bit of walking, I sat against the mound and ate a sub for lunch. I have both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, so I fell asleep after I ate.

    I'm usually a deep sleeper. I never remember my dreams. If I don't write down something before I fall asleep then it is gone forever. But while I was asleep on the mound, I had the most vivid hallucination - more than a simple dream.

    I was completely naked, standing on the mound, with a shadow. The shadow said, "it's prepared." Then a female deer walked atop the mound in front of me. I spread her legs and her vagina began to contract. After several minutes of me stroking her back as her vagina made sucking and belching sounds, a small hairless fawn was born into my hands. The shadow said, "now eat." I thought that I didn't know what to do, but I automatically began pushing the bloodied fawn into my mouth. Inch by inch, I drew the fawn's hind legs into my mouth. Then my jaw unhinged as I cleared the hips. The wet baby deer slid gradually down my throat until the last tip of hoof disappeared. The umbilical cord was still hanging out of my mouth; the other side hung from the deer's sore vagina. I slurped and sucked, inch by inch, devouring not only the cord but also the mother deer. After much complaining and walking along the mound, I lay down in the sun with a fat, distended stomach still moving with the death quivers of the animals.

    Then the shadow laid down on top of me. A feeling of great cold, like an arctic death exhale descended over me. I fell asleep in the dream but immediately awoke in the real world.

    It was dark and I was covered in dead, wet leaves. I'd been asleep for almost six hours - a death sentence for a double diab ...


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  • Vandals admit muffin-crystal-thingie assault on Serpent Mound historical site was designed to lift the vibration of the planet.

    And what did the Goths, Visigoths and Saxons have to say?
  • I think it's disgraceful that some weirdos with made up spirituality that no one follows or believes in would desecrate an effigy to a much older spirituality that no one follows or believes in. That mound of dirt is just totally ruined now.
  • Way to fark with future archaeologists!
  • raerae1980: Wow, it's not even friggin 7AM and I'm already pissed, PISSED after reading this. I just....I need coffee.


    Maybe you should thank them for saving the planet, ingrate......
  • What a coincidence. Serpent Mound is the nickname for my wife's vagina.
  • Prank Call of Cthulhu: Yes, it's an amazing feat of...making a huge pile of dirt. Some Roman is sticking his head out of his multi-story stone building with running water, saying, "Oh, what a nice pile of dirt. Very clever indeed."


    So true.
  • Holy wow, these people are farking NUTS: http://www.orgonite.info/
  • When I hear about an archaeological site that's wrecked by looters, it saddens me, but I understand. Most of the looters are living in third world shiatholes and they do what they have to do to survive. This shiat though, vandalizing an irreplaceable historic site purely because you're a farking moron... I'm sure the local Indian tribes were thrilled when they heard about this, just put these morons in their care so they can "reward" them in whatever way they like.
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