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Clif’s Wujo – E32 – Challenge, Armed Revolt, Discipline and Major Earth Changes


Clif’s Wujo – E32 – January 23, 2013

a series of audio discourses….

challenge, armed revolt, discipline, earth changes, who you gonna call?

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[Half Past Human]

[Hat tip PhilosophersStone ..Tx!]




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  1. Hi Zen just a few words on Cliff’s Half Past Human audio..(clifswujo5112013dontcry.mp3) With respects to his prediction of a “global coastal event”. (have you heard this audio?) This reminds me of the NIBIRU subject.

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe that you consider that NIBIRU is a MEME put out by the elite. It seems to me that Mayan Dec. 21st 2012 was confused by many as the event that the Sumerians foretold about.

    It seems to me that the Mayan date was a meme that served the purpose much the same as Y2K did.

    When I speak with people about subjects like an economic collapse, I can’t tell you how many times the Y2K objection comes up. SO they tend to discount everything like that and I therefore see the purpose of the meme in that case. I think the Mayan 2012 meme serves the same end has Y2K did. Another false event that a good portion of people bought into.

    So now if there is any truth to the Sumerian tale, because of Y2K and the Mayan 2012 non-event everyone would just throw it off as silly foil hat stuff. I see how those memes worked.

    I don’t see how the Sumerian tale would work as a false meme. First , the Sumerian tale has not captured that much serious attention, only the fringe subscribe to it. So it doesn’t have mass appeal and is therefore not a very effective meme. The question I ask myself about false memes is whats the objective purpose of the meme? In the case of the Sumerian tale I don’t what purpose it serves.

    Have you seen this video?


    I’d like to hear your take on this subject and I’ll add more to the argument after I know what your take on the subject is.

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