The Path of Splitness


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The Path of Splitness is a revolutionary major work that will rock the world and the entire scientific community. It is 2,723 pages: This is the latest revision.


Considering all of the unbiased core information you can get with due diligence and a small ability to decipher the esoteric [when researching freemason material for example] i find it amazing that people are still trying to victimize the naivety of the public with this unsubstantiated personal spin. On a side note i have found over the years of research that if you see David Ike or Michael Tsarion or Alex Jones referenced in any way it will be a waste of your valuable time, please remember David Ike went on British t.v. and said he was Jesus and predicted the end of the world to the day, ha still here Ike. To Mr. Pringi, i hope you realize taking little pieces of literature that has validity and provokes true thought and turning it into your twisted manifesto of hate only hurts people that are sane and trying to examine things like the heglian dialectic, Monsanto, Controlled media etc. All you have done is further the belief that any alternative researcher is CRAZY! You have done us a disservice Sir. Best Regards StateOfMind2011


Indrek Pringi

To write a proper biography so you will understand who I am and what kind of life I have led would take far more than 2,000 pages. The reason it would take far more than 2,000 pages is because I would have to write two separate biographies for you to understand my life. One: the story of my life as it happened to me... and the other; the deeper explanations of that story after what I have learned over 63 years. The thing is that my perspective on Life changes with time, so the explanation and understanding of my life which I would write today will not be the same perspective, explanation and understanding I would write next year or the year after that. When people ask me how I am, I usually tell them I don't know yet. The reason I tell them this is because nobody really knows how they are or were without perspective, without the passage of time to look back and see how it really was... and that perspective is constantly changing. Now, for me... writing is mostly a chore. I prefer speaking to people directly instead of writing.

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