THE GOLDEN RIVER
SYSTEM ABUSE/The Arabian Nights Effect
updates 06/23/2017 The ARABIAN NIGHTS EFFECT 9/11, World Terror, Cartels, Global Disasters Re: Arabian Nights, Tales of 1001 Nights - ancient anthology of stories which started out as oral stories before being written down, several different versions, Arab in nature but with various influences Key words:  cartel cruelty; 9/11; NWO; curved ball realities; nihilism; The Disney Effect Free Ebook, a copy of Arabian Nights:  http://www.read.gov/books/pageturner/2003juv28132/#page/14/mode/2up Stories include:  The Story of the Fisherman and the Genie; Aladdin, or The Wonderful Lamp; Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves (story with famous expression “Open Sesame” in it) Refer to Book: Stranger Magic:  Charmed States and the Arabian Nights  (2012) By Marina Warner The Arabian Nights Effect is mentioned several times on this website, having been originated in the Spring to early summer of 2017 while working on various subjects.  After covering the topics of police abuses, terrorism including 9/11, plane bombings, cartel cruelty, so-called natural disasters and more, the feeling is that we are dealing with either a central corporate fascism (ie, New World Order)….or a limited number of groups.  In either or both, it seems we could be dealing with people who are applying behaviors which defy normalcy by western freedom loving countries.  We are given non-logical and unlikely explanations for 9/11, for example.  9/11 is a prime example of The Arabian Nights Effect and in fact, this section is created with it primarily in mind.  The effect described here has to do with shape shifting, malleability, mockery of notions, defiance, black arts, dark humor, cynicism, nihilism and a twisting and turning of events and people as if the stories in real life are written from the antics of The Arabian Nights.  The Disney Effect:  This is only conjecture, but the ideas is that Walt Disney films are connected to corporate fascism and that stories used for them are both parodies and hard-wired traps.  The more fantasy-based ones have become increasingly fake/superficial, cynical and manipulative.  They are probably black-webbed, meaning they have hooks and barbs of various kinds (strobe light/musical note subliminals, etc.) and that money made off them goes toward global takeovers and terrorism.  The movies are a type of mirror reflecting  planned or past actual terrorist events. Subconscious:  I suspect the tales help open up the subconscious and take us to deeper core truths, and might have an ancient shamanic link. Introduction, page 10: (from Stranger Magic) The stories do not obey internal rules about character, motive, verisimilitude or plot structure; they do not easily fit existing theories about fiction, history or psychology.  Their excesses of emotion, desultory and extreme violence, twists of fate and improbable outcomes, seem to flout the general accepted order of things.”  Introduction, page 9: “The extravagant acrobatics and vertiginous flights of language and metaphor, the ingenious plying of action and reversal, does not so much suspend disbelief as bring the impossible into embodied life, and - the tales persuade us - the fantastic appears before our minds eye.”  “Spells and enchantments, soul and body migration, possession and disorientation give the tales their fantastic character, but also represent a vision of psychology, human volition and interdependency.” “If rewards fall at random, so do punishments.  Curses work.  Luck holds, sometimes.  Lessons are hard to draw, and often dubious.  Cruelty and violence erupt at every turn, heads are lopped off, the earth opens and reveals buried treasure or swallows the unwary; kings practice summary justice, viziers [a high official in some Muslim countries, especially in Turkey under Ottoman rule] plt and deceive, sinister ‘magians’ - the alchemists and sorcerers of the Nights - have designs on innocent young heroes, beggars become kings and dewy young brides turn out to be deep-dyed in the dark arts of sorcery.”
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