the live tiki

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Yes, yes… it’s true! I will be on The Rebel Path this Sunday, May 6th! [Apologies again for being MIA – reality has been kind of crazy busy for me lately, but I’m on an upswing again and will get back to posting after the show. Thanks to everyone who visits the age of volcanoes.]

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A proper link:

The Rebel Path

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We will discussing this reality we are experiencing….

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More and more it appears human reality is an artificial construct, created by the evil ones to keep us ignorant and sedated while they program us to be what they want us to be – servants to them. In essence, that would mean the world is nothing more than a giant theme park….

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and humanity is nothing more than biological robots programmed to serve their fantasies….

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They’ve even tricked us into paying for our own programming….

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Where we think we’re being entertained by a movie about dinosaurs….

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but the story is really about gender roles and relationships….

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And of course includes the ubiquitous potty references and hints of pederasty….

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And how has this affected men and women? Well, look about your environment… I’m sure you’ll see the “desired” results:

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The divine feminine is no longer divine. Her past has been distorted….

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As well as her present:

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(click on image of Rebecca Black [Greenberg] to turn her into the anime girl above)

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The divine feminine has become frozen to slow the poison – still beautiful – but only until the thaw.

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The masculine that remembers stands a lonely sad vigil, hoping for sparks of life to return.

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But there’s still hope.

There’s always hope.

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Tune in and drop on by!

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ONGOWA!

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~ by the living tiki on May 3, 2012.

10 Responses to “the live tiki”

  1. Great good luck mr tiki – I recommend wine for nerves & water for sobriety.

  2. Yul Brynner is wearing Depends while shooting.
    He was soo popular at the time.
    Good choice tiki

    • Interesting… didn’t know that.

      “Bangkok, oriental setting
      And the city don’t know what the city is getting
      The creme de la creme of the chess world
      In a show that’s everything but Yul Brenner”

      – “One Night In Bangkok”
      Murray Head

  3. It was great hearing you on Celtic Rebel’s show. Very interesting stuff, although I am waiting for him to upload the show as I missed the first couple of hours due to the time difference here. I have to say you sound completely different to how I imagined. Myself and others in the chat room where saying that we liked your ‘laugh’…not to sound like groupies or anything. Wouldn’t want you to feel Godlike and such! Celtic’s is more sleezy and mischievous than yours!

    I would have called into the show but didn’t get the chance. I’ll try next week. I really have to pipe-in on the male v female debate, not to mention that whenever someone says ‘Ed Chiriani’ I go into ‘Volcano’ mode!

    Ongowa to you too!

    • Glad to hear you tuned in. Hmm… I intrigued as to your imagination of my voice. Hope I didn’t disappoint.

      I would like to have a conversation with Ed on Rebel’s show… I feel my conspiracy bustin’ insights come to me easier than the issues I’m deciphering currently. Getting a call from you would be nice as well. Perhaps a future show.

      hehe… Celt has a sleezy laugh

  4. It was great to hear you on The Path, Tiki! I know it’s gotta be scary the first time, but I thought you have a very nice laugh, and you were a very polite and thoughtful guest. Can’t wait for part two! Best with your work

    • Thanks for the support, Joanne!

      I do try to be polite and respectful – but that provides the dilemma of getting angry or blunt (or possibly crude) to emphasize talking about very serious issues. Sometimes emotion needs to be attached to words.

      I also like your non-specific enjoyment of my work – keeps me on my toes as to what I’m doing right or wrong. I hope it’s mostly right. Will endeavor to provide more of it.

      Best to you.

  5. Hi L. Tiki,

    Had two thoughts about your show with the Rebel.

    One, it reminded me of my visit to my state capitol years ago. A rather lovely building made with many kinds of stone. One thing disturbed me greatly though as I toured the building. On floor after floor, in room after room, there were pictures of individual men and women. Only one problem though, all the pictures of men were of actual living or dead human beings. All the pictures of women were symbolic of a certain idea which the picture represented, none of them were actual living or dead human beings.

    Two, what does a woman, of a certain age, with gray or white hair represent? Kali, perhaps? You guys better watch out.

    • Ouch. Kitty’s got claws.

      Hang on, let me get my clippers….

      A woman with grey or white hair represents the woman who is or has moved beyond the programming. The absence of color. For elderly women this is obvious. For the younger ones, or maybe albinos, think of it this way: I have a niece who was born with flaming red hair and a fiery disposition to match. What she was born with ultimately doesn’t matter – what matters is all the people in her life growing up saying, “Watch out for her with that red hair!”, “Boy is she going to be a handful for some guy!”. Everybody around her was reinforcing the stereotypical (programming) persona of redheads – Do you think that might influence or reinforce the type of woman she will become?

      Now think of a similar girl, but born with hair so blond it’s white. How do you think the people around her would regard her? How would boys regard her? Everyone would regard her like any other girl, but without specific programming to reinforce. She might actually become a very unique woman – not predictable in the slightest.

      Blonds, brunettes, redheads. Do you think women were dyeing their hair in the 1800’s as much as they are dyeing their hair currently? Hmmm… why is that?

      Related: A TV listing of the plot of a recent Three’s Company rerun: “Janet dons a blond wig and a new personality.”

      Also, one of the erroneous assumptions of women is that since a deity is feminine, that deity is automatically on their side. I’m certain that feminine deities like to teach women a lesson who take them for granted in such fashion. I would say your warning applies to yourself as well.

      Lastly, your comparison of my blog and my opinion of women to the state capitol wouldn’t work had you moved beyond the lobby of the age of volcanoes. Since “rush to judgement” appears to be the theme (as well as “forget absolutely everything else tiki has written previously”), I will be gracious enough to remind everyone with a listing of ALL the pictures of specific women I’ve posted and written about in my entire blog. I will not have a list of men, because except for a few, they are mostly evil bastards whom I only needed a photo for reference.

      (List does not include Greenberg family or any of their extensive actors)

      FEMALE PHOTOS ON MY BLOG:

      Caroline Ellis, actress
      Kathy Coleman, actress
      Carrie Fisher, actress
      Jane Seymour, babe supreme of planet Earth
      Caroline Munro, actress
      Judi Bowker, actress
      Ornella Muti, actress
      Markie Post, actress
      Koo Stark, soft porn actress
      Cindy Morgan, actress
      Sybil Danning, actress
      Teri Nunn, singer
      Megan Fox, actress
      Brittany Spears, singer
      Natalie Portman, actress
      Phoebe Cates, actress
      Kim Catrall, actress
      Annie Potts, actress
      Lana Clarkson, actress
      Lindsay Lohan, actress
      Bai Ling, actress
      Vanessa Hudgens, singer
      Miley Cyrus, singer
      Noah Cyrus, child model?
      Kelly LeBrock, actress
      Grace Park, actress
      Christa McAuliffe, teacher, astronaut
      Drew Barrymore, actress
      Erika Eleniak, playboy model, actress
      Dakota Fanning, actress
      The wife of Antonio Villas Boas, a UFO abductee
      Ullie Birve, actress
      Nancy Lieder, grey alien channeler
      Naomi Watts, actress
      Jessica Lange, actress
      Taylor Swift, actress
      Anna Friel, actress
      Colleen Thomas, pleiadian channeler
      J.K. Rowling, author
      Katie Taylor, Miss New Zealand
      Ingibjorg Egilsdottir, Miss Iceland
      Emma Watson, actress
      Farrah Fawcett, actress
      Loni Anderson, actress
      Victoria Beckham, singer
      Tara Reid, actress
      Bar Rafaeli, Israeli model
      Michelle Johnson, actress
      Angelina Jolie, actress
      Tiffany Taylor, playboy model
      Melinda Dillon, actress
      Laura Bush, first lady
      Michelle Bachmann, congresswoman
      Callista Gingrich, wife of Newt Gingrich
      Rebecca Zahau, murder victim
      Andriana Karantoni, Miss Cyprus
      Lydia Cornell, actress
      Naomi Campbell, model
      Sarah Shrourd, Jewish student
      Neda Agha-Soltan, Iranian nurse, murder victim
      Teri Garr, actress
      Betty White, actress
      Gizem Mimec, Miss Turkey
      Paris Hilton, something famous
      Maggie Q, actress
      Jessica Watson, 16 year old world sailor
      Patti Ratterree, wife of sailor Robin Lee Graham (a personal drawing of too)
      Dale Bozzio, singer
      Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Bill Clinton
      Charlize Theron, actress
      Kim Richards, actress
      Jaclyn Smith, actress
      Charmane Chen, Chinese girl
      Holly Stuckey, 13 year old British student
      Jennifer Connelly, actress
      Alice Foster, new age philosopher
      Madame Blavatsky, new age philosopher
      Maria Orzic, German Vril-Damen
      Avril Lavinge, singer
      Gloria Steinem, feminist
      Nancy Pelosi, congresswoman
      Cameron Diaz, actress
      Denise Richards, actress
      (Name unknown to me as of yet), mother of marine killed in Iraq
      Tura Satana, actress
      Kim Kardashian, something famous
      Theresa Russell, actress
      Catherine Hicks, actress
      Meg Ryan, actress
      Bettie Page, model
      Tenzen Choeden, Buddhist nun
      Palden Choetso, Buddhist nun
      Angela Merkel, German chancellor
      and an entire post about an Indonesian woman named Yanti

      anonymous:

      1 Iraqi girl
      3 young African victims of FGM
      5 young Eskimo rape victims
      7 lovely Samoan women
      12 lovely Chinese women
      over 25 lovely Israeli women
      over 100 lovely Japanese women
      over 200 other lovely women

      Lady Kitty, please take a longer walk around my building next time (you’ll need to get off your high horse first.)

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