Aug 16, 2017
YouTuber SMQ.AI is in the hooooouuuuuuse. SMQ has been making videos for the past few months that present a personal philosophy and cosmology based on one simple idea: that we all died in 2012.
A lot of strange things happened that year, if you recall. You had the supposed end of the Mayan calendar, which seems like bullshit now. You also have false flag events such as Sandy Hook, which woke up a lot of people, this guy included. You also had the supposed discovery of the god particle by scientists at CERN, the Curiosity rover supposedly landed on Mars, and then there’s something that SMQ brings up regarding a potentially prophetic quote from Terence McKenna that has to do with 2012. And then this thing called the Mandela Effect seemed to really ramp up around this time as well.
And that’s the basis for SMQ’s YouTube videos, which constructs his cosmology of our collective death in 2012 via subjects such as the aforementioned Mandela Effect, cymatics, the cyclical nature of time, CERN, and transhumanism. We touch on all these topics and more, including creativity, muses, art as magic, and vertical thinking vs. lateral thinking.
This is one of the more thought-provoking episodes I’ve done, and we sort of ease into it, but once we get going, we gone. So hang on. ‘Cause this pod is casting off into a reality where time and art are the only currencies that matter.
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