The Process of the Process Church

The Process Church is an offshoot of Scientology developed by Naval Intelligence.

Jack Parsons, L. Ron Hubbard, Aleister Crowley, Marjorie Cameron

The Process Church was developed to control, generationally, a cohort of youth who would then continue to control the next generation, or cohort of youth.

Laurel Canyon
The Process Church was/is much a living organism in that it infests a subculture/ subconscious of a cohort of youth.

Meme

The youth cohort sees many different things in The Process of Trance-Formation or Transformation

Arizona Wilder was a victim of Mind Control Trauma via Military Base Industrial Complex Programming.  She says mind control is different now. It’s all done via computers.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now doing the programming for the humans

MI6, Tavistock, New World Order

‘It is dreadful to be an onlooking parent, for the loved child is lost’

 

Go Ask Alice

and further down the rabbit hole…BACK TO THE FUTURE

Britney Spears

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Spontaneous Memoir Meme

Hopscotch, copyright Ellen Wilson

What time is it?  It’s meme time!

Recently I returned from Vermont to find the lovely Sandie Law of Geeked Off! tagged me with a meme.  Sandie likes to talk of all things geeky and wonderful and since I would like to indulge her in her quest for all things geeky, I will participate.  Sandie is also the author of Macaroni and Peas, a wonderful website dedicated to informing you how to get your kids to eat healthy foods on the quick and on a budget.

The name of the game is that you have to write a six word memoir phrase (jingle of words – whatever) and then tag five other people.

Why should we play?  Links are nice to get.  They improve your Google rating so people can find you, love you, and subsequently worship you.  Maybe not in that order.

Here’s mine:  Energy being dancing through space time.

Some of you will say Ahhh!  Some of you will say Wha?!!! And some of you might say, “Ellen, is this another one of your Zen things?”

To be a bit more definitive and solid I will say that the spontaneity of street photography holds much appeal for me.  I started out as a wildlife/nature photographer, but I am increasingly drawn to the funky fluidness of the street.  I like the expressions on people’s faces, odd social interactions, and the moments that capture our humaness.  With that said, let the tagging procedures begin!

First of all, I will tag Axe City of Design Interval because I heard him (I think you’re a he Axe, correct me if I’m wrong) saying that he wanted to remember forever in eternity the last word he wrote on his last exam paper at the University.  This strikes me as a noble goal and very interesting.  Second of all, I would like to tag Barbara Swafford of Blogging Without a Blog because that endeavor is very much like the sound of one hand clapping.  Plus, Barbara likes to promote bloggers on her blog and that is a very nice thing to do.  Someone should promote her, too.  Thirdly, there is Vered, of MomGrind, who is apparently jetsetting around the world and making me terribly jealous.  Now I know why my Google Analytics map of the world is lit up.  Take care, Vered, and we are all looking forward to your travel stories.  Fourthly, I will tag Stephanie of In Other Words who writes great fiction among many other honest things.  If you don’t think great fiction is about honesty than I challenge you to write some!  And last but not least, there is Karen Swim of Words for Hire, who I is on a vision quest for the truth in all things.  You rock, Karen!

There.  Said and done.  And in the words of Mr. Rogers:

Propel propel propel your craft

down the aqueous solution

verily verily verily

life is but an illusion

Photocredit: © Ellen Wilson

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Splatted with a Meme Tomato

Playing around in Photoshop, then whop!  Splatted with a meme tomato!

These things are kinda juicy, so after you injest your meme tomato get in the fridge, grab a fresh one, and splat!  at your fellow bloggers.

What does this meme tomato contain?  Well, after I stuck it in my salad and ate it it revealed its contents to me.  It appears that the meme tomato Brett Legree threw at me wants me to divulge 8 random facts/habits about myself.  Here are some special meme tomato seeds just for you:

1. I really don’t like tomatos all that much, just the little cherry ones Mike grows in the garden.  Most tomatos I find are tasteless because they have sat on a truck too long.  They do not like this, and would rather be injested right away because they like to spread their seeds around.

2. I did grow up on a magic bus.  Well, actually it was kind of a hippie van my dad painted.  The van was dark green, with a white top and orange bumpers.  I’m sure you can guess what were the painted additions. When I was seven years old I thought this was the most embarrassing thing in the world.  All I wanted was a station wagon like everyone else’s normal 1970’s kind of parents drove around.  Sadly, this was not my fate.  But maybe it was a good thing.

3. I once had a cat named Boob.  He’s dead now.

4. I am an incurable romantic and two of my favorite movies are Don Juan Demarco and Sommersby.

5. I have been listening to “Rock the Casbah” by the Clash nonstop lately, and Mike worries when I put on the headphones, crank it up, and get on Twitter.  He is concerned about my maniacal laughter and the tweets that are emitted from the computer.

6. I once had a dream when I was three years old that I was the last person on Earth and these strange alien beings were throwing fireballs at me while I hid behind a lumber pile in Kmart.  I’m still trying to figure that one out.

7. Ken Kesey has always been a kind of hero of mine.  He was the originator of the “Magic Bus.” Read Tom Wolfe’s Electric Koolaid Acid Test and you’ll know what I mean.  He also wrote One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

8. I bought this doll for my daughter in some little obscure Canadian town.  I think it was called Splat Creek.  Very tomatoesque type of town.  I fell in love with her purple hair and she reminds me of a gypsy.  I threaten to steal her back when Carolyn says she doesn’t want her anymore.  That always does the trick.

Alright, now that you have listened to me babble on about fruit and such (is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?) I get to splat 8 more people:

Between the Miles

Darren Daz Cox

Golden Zen

Audeo

This Laptop for Hire

Maximum Customer Experience

The Growing Life

Sushi Day

And here are the rules, for those of you who follow rules (hey, I didn’t make up the rules!):

Each player starts with 8 random facts/habits about themselves.

People who are tagged, write a blog post about their own 8 random things, and post these rules.

At the end of your post you need to tag 8 people and include their names.

Don’t forget to leave them a comment and tell them they’ve been tagged, and to read your blog.

Have fun with splatting your tomatos.  Make a pizza or something.

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