44 thoughts on “Pat Martino on sacred Geometry

  1. Michael Tsarion is the worlds premier conspiracy researcher/lecturer/author. Dr. Bill Deagle, Jordan Maxwell, Leo Zagami, and Alexandre Dumas pere are highly informative as well. p.s. Melting Euphoria is similar to Ozric Tentacles and Gong.

  2. Great bands are—Gong, Melting Euphoria, Ozric Tentacles, Magma, Aphrodities Child, Eat Static, System 7, Lisa Gerrard, Larry Coryell, Kazumi Watanabe, Lost at Last, Oregon, Shakti, Sphongle, Steve Tibbetts, Steve Hillage, Jade Warrior, Mother Gong, Acid Mothers Temple, Stomu Yamashta, Magical Power Mako.

  3. Alexandre Dumas pere wrote over 400 historical novels exposing world tyranny(Roman Catholic Empire). He was born near Paris in 1802 and ‘coincidentally’ in 1902 the Society of Gesu(Jesuits) were expelled from France for the 3rd and last time. The Society of Jesu(Jesuits) have been expelled from 83 countries, city states and cities and their pope is ARAMIS AND HE IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE COUNT OF MONTE CHRISTO(GENERAL OF THE JESUITS).

  4. This passage is from The Enchantress b y Michael Scott page-466. Vegetarian, Billy decided. When all this excitement was over and done with, he was turning vegetarian. Vegan, actually. Nothing that crawled, walked, slithered or swam was going into his mouth ever again. Especially nothing with legs.

  5. This is a pasage from The Enchantress, by Michael Scott–page 231–Short and squat, it looked like a crocodile walking on two legs. It was five feet tall and thick bodied, its skin gnarled and scaled, with the flat wedgeshaped head of a crocodile. Enormous, slit-pupiled bronze and gold set eyes set wide apart on the top of its head penetrated the gloom. When it opened its mouth, it revealed rows of jagged teeth and a thick unmoving white tongue.

  6. This is a passage from Michael Scott’s The Enchantress–page 231-Niten had seen serpent folk before: they turned up in the legends of just every country on earth, and many of the nearby Shadowrealms were [populated by lizard creatures. Almost without exception, the lizards despised the mammals and the mammals feared the lizards.

  7. This passage is from page 95 of a book written by poet Robert Bly called Iron John. The older men in the military establishment and government did betray the younger men in Vietnam, lying about the nature of war, remaining in safe places themselves, after having asked the young men to be warriors and then in effect sending them out to be ordinary murderers. And so the demons have a lot to work with in recent American history.

  8. This is a passage from pg 61 of Iron John by Robert BlyThe average american child by eighteen has seen four thousand hours of commercials, yet very few televisions have been smashed by axes, very few presidential debates interrupted by “activists”, very few increases in the military budgets stopped by mass protests. Blake roots passivity in the earliest childhood. Struggling in my father’s hands, Striving against my swaddling bands, Bound and weary I thought best To sulk upon my mother’s breast

  9. This passage is from Iron John by Robert Bly page 61 During the last thirty years men have been asked to learn to go with the flow, how to follow rather lead, how to live in a non-heirarchical way, how to be vulnerable, how to adopt consensus decision making. Some woman want a passive man if they want a man at all; the church wants a tamed man – they are called priests; the university wants a domesticated man-they are called tenure track people; the corporation wants a team-worker, and so on.

  10. this is from page 61 of Iron John by the poet Robert Bly In Blake’s time the corporations were called charter companies, and he said: I wander thro’ each chartered street, Near where the charter’d Thames does flow, And mark in every face I meet, Marks of weekness, marks of woe. Passivity increases exponentially as the educational system turns out “products”.

  11. “The [Jesuit Superior] General is at the head of this black and mute militia, which thinks, wills, acts, obeys — [as] the passive instrument of his designs. Their whole life must have but one aim — the advancement of the [Jesuit] Order to which they are attached.” (1912)
    Jeremiah J. Crowley (Irishman; ex-priest in the Roman Catholic Church; author of the book Romanism: Menace to the Nation)

  12. But those Romanists who do not greatly love the Jesuits, and their number is not limited, use the term as indicating that the Black Pope rules the White Pope…even while the former [i.e., the Black Pope] is obligated to make, at least, a show of submission to the latter.” (1896)
    M.F. Cusack (Ex-nun of Kenmore; author of the book The Black Pope)

  13. “The Christian god is a three-headed monster, cruel, vengeful and capricious. If one wishes to know more of this raging, three-headed beast-like god, one only needs to look at the caliber of people who say they serve him. They are always of two classes: fools and hypocrites.” ~ Thomas Jefferson

  14. “In Roman Catholic circles it is well known that the Black Pope is the term used for the [Superior] General of the Jesuits. As the Pope is always robed in white, and the [Jesuit Superior] General in black, the contrast is obvious

  15. some would consider the tritone more dissonant than the minor 2nd as it inverts to an equal, not greater or lesser, dissonance! Flip that minor 2nd upside down (invert it) and you have yourself one of the sweetest of all intervals, the Major 7th!

  16. Falun Dafa (or Falun Gong) is a Great Buddha Law of the Universe, a cultivation system based on the principles of the Universe: 真 Truthfulness 善 Compassion 忍 Forbearance
    It helped millions of people to regain health, peace of mind and obtain spiritual fulfillment. Since 1999 it has been brutally persecuted by the CCP in China; practitioners are put into concentration camps, raped and have organs harvested from live people. More than 3500 died from torture.
    Faluninfo(.)net

  17. that was so awesome. “So, what I hear you saying Pat is that the guitar plays for you, sort of like a fat girl stroking a slow pitch softball into right center?”

  18. I feel like if I went to Pat Martino’s house and listened to him talk for eight hours, I could sustain for the rest of my life off just that time.

  19. Wow Pat you’re getting old brother… I guess we all are. Truly a visionary, in the literal definition.. what a player, what a note selector… just wowowowowowow! For all of you rock guys trying to find your Jazz Voice Pat is the best place to begin.. his “Shape” approach is so cool.. once you see the world through Diminished positions… its all over. This man changed my musical life 15 years ago along with Jim Hall and I’ve never looked back.
    Thank you Pat!

  20. A cover is always necessary. In concealment lies a great part of our strength. Hence we must always hide ourselves under the name of another society. –Die neusten ararbeiten des Spartacus and Philo in dem Illuminaten-Orden, 1794, p: 165
    This is taken from page 491 of Foucault’s Pendulum by Umberto Eco. ‘Coincidentally’ Umberto Eco has written the introduction to the newly printed version of Alexandre’s The Count of Monte Christo.

  21. Between 1555 and 1931 the Jesuit Order was expelled from at least 83 countries, city states and cities, for engaging in political intrigue and subversion plots against the welfare of the state, according to the records of a Jesuit priest of repute(Thomas J. Campbell).-J.E.C. Shepard

  22. “Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an INVISIBLE GOVERNMENT owing NO allegiance and acknowledging NO responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to befoul this unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of the statesmanship of today.” PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT, 1906

  23. “The public is practically unaware of the over wheming responsibility carried by the Vatican and its Jesuits in the starting of the two world wars-m a situation which may be explained in part by the gigantic finances at the disposition of vatican and its jesuits.”—Edmond paris, The secret history of the Jesuits

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