"Through the science of metaphysics one may learn how to win friends and influence people, attain greater business, professional or political success, become rich and powerful, etc. But by this means one does not and cannot attain peace or wisdom...occultism consists of all those studies which develop the so-called supernatural powers such as astral projection, clairvoyance, and telepathic communication. Persons involving themselves with these subjects range from the curious to those who are pathologically superstitious through those whose personal insecurity is so great that these studies are their one claim to 'special' accomplishment."
- Eugene S. Rawls, 1964
What are we to do in USA, UK or any place on Earth when "Don't believe everything you read in the newspapers" gives way to "Don't believe anything you read on the Internet," and eventually it's a low budget, sci-fi case of, "Don't believe anything you see or hear." What kind of judicial system would that be e.g. "I saw it, but it didn't happen," or "It happened right in front of me, but I didn't see it." My ongoing joke about how the "Twenty-Fifth Century Court is now in session" must have been well received, because I may not say anything more about you know what until AbolishTheCIA.org is back up as an archive, because I pretty much cracked it wide open on 09.02.2004, but to my knowledge, there is no commemorative marker at FORSYTHE & HANLEY ROADS in CLAYTON, MISSOURI. Not yet, anyway.
p.s. Is there a way to recall all copies of the 9/11 Commission Report for shredding, like a car that catches fire or has defective brakes? Didn't think so.