Mitch Horowitz: Goodbye, farewell, and Henry Wallace


5 Responses to “Mitch Horowitz: Goodbye, farewell, and Henry Wallace”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much, Mitch, for your excellent coverage of the ‘non-linear’ realms. BoingBoing is a treasure trove for analytical discussion, but it disappoints me that there are so few readers who have even the slightest spiritual bent.

    I just finished sending links to everyone I know regarding the finest documentary I’ve ever seen. I urge anyone to take the two-minute acid test and see if the full 20 minutes will hold your interest.

    The first part contains nothing that is even controversial. Yet, I stopped posting here because nobody else seems to leave even the tiniest portion of their psyche open to the great “What If?”

    The Awakening

    Part 1:

    Part 2:

    “We’re not in the end days, or even in the end hours. WE ARE IN THE FINAL MINUTES! And the choice of what the final outcome will be, the very key to winning, lies within each of you. All I can ask is that you each look within yourself, because when you look deep enough, you will find that the words I have spoken are true. Realize your inner power and embrace your true potential because the truth will set you free. My friends, stop complying with the system, it’s time to wake up!”

    P.S. Mighty thanks to the chap who posted a link to VigilantCitizen on the “Occult in Hip Hop” thread. A definite Eye-opener!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I love you Mitch Horowitz

  3. Keneke says:

    Thanks for your contributions Mitch! I thoroughly enjoyed your entries, and I am neither a credulous woo wackjob nor an anti-spiritual harpy. I’m just a normal guy who knows “wonderful things” when he sees it.

  4. janetcetera says:

    Thanks for the great posts! I love boingboing already but the past two weeks on here have been a great source of info thanks to you. Its hard to find level-headed discussion of occult topics. I’ve been reading tarot since I was a teenager. Most people think, “Oh, so you can tell my future, right?” But it is so much more than that. Hopefully you’ve opened some eyes to the depth of modern mysticism and how it can enrich the lives of everyone and anyone.

  5. aeonsaway says:

    Big thanks for refreshing a subject way up there on the list of Wonderful Things. I’ll be readin’ up your stuff shortly.

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