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The symptoms of a panic attack often come from hyperventilation caused by breathing too deeply or quickly. This is why breathing in to a bag can raise CO2 levels in the blood and get a person feeling normal again. "Take deep breaths" is exactly the wrong thing to do in the case of a panic attacks
1 day ago by magnora7 to /s/science from en.wikipedia.org
US Army Project Iceworm.
2 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
The Venezuelan Porteñazo coup attempt.
5 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
On the 10th of November 1997, the Vatican and Israel entered into a “Legal Personality Agreement”, allowing full effect in Israeli law to the legal personality of the Catholic Church.
8 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from en.wikipedia.org
By the year 2022, the cumulative effects of overpopulation, pollution and an apparent climate catastrophe have caused severe worldwide shortages of food, water and housing. There are 40 million people in New York City alone, where only the elite can afford spacious apartments, clean water and food.
8 days ago by Orangutan to /s/politics from en.wikipedia.org
8 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/NationalistRevolution from en.wikipedia.org
CIA Operation Cyclone.
9 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
Michael Levine, 25 year old veteran of the DEA said the CIA had a huge role in the creation of the Bolivian drug cartel "La Corporacion", which he described as the General Motors of Cocaine.
11 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
CIA influence on public opinion.
12 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
The Venezuelan invasion of Machurucuto.
12 days ago by [deleted] to /s/books from en.wikipedia.org
Isn't it great that this guy was allowed on a plane /s
13 days ago by Popper to /s/whatever from en.wikipedia.org
CIA director George Tenet was educated by the Jesuits at Georgetown.
15 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from en.wikipedia.org
15 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/NationalistRevolution from en.wikipedia.org
Carl Jung on Synchronicity.
19 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
The 1992 Venezuelan communist coup d'état attempts.
Pope Pius XII (Hitler's Pope, signed the 1933 “Reichskonkordat” for devout Catholic Benedictine educated Hitler's Jesuit created Third Reich) published a Papal Encyclical on Sept. 8, 1951 declaring a “Marian Year” titled: “Fulgens corona”
23 days ago by engoodz to /s/Jesuits from en.wikipedia.org
CIA operation Bloodstone. The use of German officers by the CIA in order to fight communist groups.
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
Koan - A kōan is a story, dialogue, question, or statement which is used in Zen practice to provoke the "great doubt" and to practice or test a student's progress in Zen.
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Buddhism from en.wikipedia.org
PROMIS (old spy software)
1 month ago by AmericanMuskrat to /s/programming from en.wikipedia.org
Pogrom - a violent riot incited with the aim of massacring or expelling an ethnic or religious group, particularly Jews, but sometimes others. The Slavic term originally entered the English language as a descriptive term for 19th- & 20th-century attacks on Jews which occurred in the Russian Empire.
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Terminology from en.wikipedia.org
Flying monkeys - a popular psychology phrase to describe people who act at the behest of another to control a targeted individual. A Wizard of Oz metaphor, the Wicked Witch of the West used winged monkeys to carry out evil deeds on her behalf. Triangulation psychology theory examines this.
Catholic Priest Georges Lemaître was the father of "The Big Bang Theory."
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from en.wikipedia.org
Barack Obama worked for a CIA front corporation called Business International.
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/NationalistRevolution from en.wikipedia.org
The Kerry committee said that the US government gave aid to the Contra drug dealers despite the fact that they were already convicted by US institutions, like the CIA.
2 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
2 months ago by trident765 to /s/VaccineSkepticism from en.wikipedia.org
Thorium based Nuclear power
2 months ago by forscher to /s/Physics from en.wikipedia.org
Jesuit student David Malpass is the president of the World Bank.
2 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from en.wikipedia.org
2 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/NationalistRevolution from en.wikipedia.org
Bless your heart
2 months ago by IkeConn to /s/SouthernSayings from en.wikipedia.org
What has happened in france in the past when an election was stolen
2 months ago by Popper to /s/whatever from en.wikipedia.org
2 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Zionism from en.wikipedia.org
Venezuela's Catatumbo lightning. Maracaibo's endless lightning.
If Sade didn't have such a stupid "name" she would have been really big
2 months ago by IkeConn to /s/music from en.wikipedia.org
The Colombian Banana massacre.
A possible Atlantis-like structure? The Cuban underwater formation.
3 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
Operation London Bridge
3 months ago by Brewdabier to /s/whatever from en.wikipedia.org
CIA Operation CHAOS.
In 1973, with the government-wide panic caused by Watergate, the CIA Director ordered all MK-Ultra files destroyed. A cache of some 20,000 documents survived, as they had been incorrectly stored in a financial records building and were discovered following a FOIA request in 1977.
Sankebetsu brown bear incident (1915), the worst bear attack in Japanese history, in which seven people were killed
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/history from en.wikipedia.org
Beachy Head - Wikipedia (a preferred destination for suicide)
4 months ago by PastorJohnny to /s/whatever from en.wikipedia.org
4 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
Cold Spring Canyon Arch Bridge - Wikipedia (a preferred destination for suicide)
US Senator Shaefer's investigative work on Child Protective Services found that most Americans who are victims of sex trafficking come from the US foster care system. She and her husband were murdered in 2010 when they started generating media attention toward this issue.
“Abbot [a Catholic Monk/Father] Laboratories”’s CEO, Robert B. Ford (Mar. 31, 2020–Present) Is Jesuit Trained at Jesuit Boston College and Behind the World’s Most Pop[e]ular Believed In (Foreheads), Bought, Sold, and Used (Right Hands), 99.997% False-Positive, PCR Test Kits [Found: Jan. 13, 2021]
4 months ago by engoodz to /s/Jesuits from en.wikipedia.org
US interrogators tortured an Afghan detainee to death by hanging him by his arms for 4 days and beating his legs so badly they needed amputation. They did this despite most interrogators believing him to be "an innocent man who simply drove his taxi past the American base at the wrong time."
CIA operation Mockingbird.
Constructive dismissal (aka constructive discharge, constructive termination) - in employment law: when an employee resigns due to a hostile work environment created by the employer (ie. extraordinary and unreasonable work demands), thus not truly voluntary resignation, and in effect, a termination.
4 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Terminology from en.wikipedia.org
External jugular vein -> Clean kill
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Medicine from en.wikipedia.org
Karl Rahner and his role in the Second Vatican Council.
4 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from en.wikipedia.org
Order of Liberty (Ukraine) - awarded to George Soros (#36)
4 months ago by balkan89 to /s/For_Slavs from en.wikipedia.org
4 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/NationalistRevolution from en.wikipedia.org
5 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
Christchurch mosque shootings - Wikipedia - (a shooting that never happened)
5 months ago by skeech to /s/whatever from en.wikipedia.org
In the 1940s through the 1960s, the Quebec government collaborated with the Catholic Church to falsely certify 20,000 "orphaned" children as mentally ill and confine them to psychiatric institutions. The orphans were then subjected to medical experimentation and sexual abuse.
Anne Applebaum - Wikipedia
5 months ago by skeeter to /s/politics from en.wikipedia.org
Buck v. Bell (1927) - among the worst US Supreme Court decisions, written by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., never overturned, ruled a statute permitting compulsory sterilization of the unfit, "for the protection and health of the state" did not violate the Due Process clause of the 14th Amendment.
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Justice_v_Injustice from en.wikipedia.org
Brave New World (2020 TV series) - an American science fiction drama series, loosely based on the classic novel of the same name by Aldous Huxley, premiered on the NBCUniversal streaming service Peacock on July 15, 2020, canceled after one season. [How did I not hear of this before?]
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Television from en.wikipedia.org
CIA Director Richard Helms's ordered all MK-Ultra files to be destroyed in 1973.
Does anyone else remember Vioxx?
5 months ago by trident765 to /s/nonmorons from en.wikipedia.org
1916 - Black Tom Explosion
5 months ago by AmericanMuskrat to /s/onThisDay from en.wikipedia.org
1865 - Off the coast of Crescent City, California, the steamer Brother Jonathan struck a rock and sank, killing 225 people; its cargo of gold coins was not retrieved until 1996.
The Prophet - is a 1923 book of 26 prose poetry fables written in English by the Lebanese-American poet and writer Kahlil Gibran, his best known work. Translated into over 100 different languages, it's one of the most translated books in history, never out of print.
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/books from en.wikipedia.org
Najstarsze kłamstwo świata
5 months ago by ygrek to /s/gendercritpl from en.wikipedia.org
The paradox of tolerance - if a society is tolerant without limit, its ability to be tolerant is eventually seized or destroyed by the intolerant. Karl Popper described it as the seemingly paradoxical idea that in order to maintain a tolerant society, the society must be intolerant of intolerance.
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Terminology from en.wikipedia.org
I just remembered this from my high school chemistry class: DELTA symbolized as Δ (a triangle, similar to the Illuminati pyramid), and it means CHANGE in maths and sciences.
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Coronavirus from en.wikipedia.org
6 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
US interrogators tortured an Afghan detainee to death by hanging him by his arms for 4 days and beating his legs so badly they needed amputation. They did this despite most interrogators believing him to be "an innocent man who simply drove his taxi past the American base at the wrong time".
6 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Psychology from en.wikipedia.org
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy to achieve specific goals in life via connecting of modified thought, language, and behavioral patterns learned through experience (programming).
6 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Terminology from en.wikipedia.org
Today, many on the internet learned of Ibragim Todashev. He was a friend of one of the Boston Bombers. After being interrogated for 8 hours at his home, he was shot 7 times by a single FBI agent. The autopsy report was initially blocked by the FBI
6 months ago by Questionable to /s/conspiracy from en.wikipedia.org
Apparently 'The Day After' Had A Significant Effect On The Cold War
6 months ago by CompleteDoubterII to /s/Movies from en.wikipedia.org
The black pope Ledochowski conspired to block the policies of Pope Pius XI seeking to condemn anti-Semitism in Europe.
6 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from en.wikipedia.org
6 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/NationalistRevolution from en.wikipedia.org
A benefice is a reward received in exchange for services rendered and as a retainer for future services
6 months ago by AmericanMuskrat to /s/Etymology from en.wikipedia.org
Catholic Priest Cesare Zacchi served as the representative of the Vatican in Cuba for years while also supporting the communist policies of the state.
7 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/NationalistRevolution from en.wikipedia.org
The Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC or CCC) is an American white supremacist organization. Founded in 1985, it advocates white nationalism, and supports some paleoconservative causes.
7 months ago by RuckusChan to /s/history from en.wikipedia.org