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John Harris - The Corporate World of the Mind
January 14, 2010
Listen to this two-hour special with John Harris who runs the website TPUC.org and has been working with questions of lawful rebellion and how to break free from the corporate structured world of law, banking and the mind. This might be one of John's last radio appearances. Topics Discussed: messiah complex, understanding, realization, degree, end of the world, status, position, the brain, the mind, policies, keep the con alive, thoughts, point of realization, corporation, police, policy, political, mortgage, parliament, the church, court, temple, religion, Bible, the book of law, the questions of God, hierarchy, ministry, James the 1st, expelled, lore & craft, maze, common law system, machine, God, gold, oil, drugs, communion, God and Satan, law of oppression, William Pitt, acts of nature, Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs boss says banks do "God's work, Glaxo Kline Smith, homeopathic medicine, hemp, food, Human Rights Act Article 2, right to life, legalese, free energy devices, the Rothschild's, God-king, behind the curtain, status, money, the elite and much more.

 

Relevant links

tpuc.org

Magna Carta Man

John Harris - 'It's an illusion' on Common Law, Contracting and Legalease (Video)

tpuc.org Forum

James Murdoch (media executive)

Magna Carta

lawfulrebellion.org

Common Law

Admiralty law

United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

Commercial law

Common law

Civilian

Person

Ego

Messiah complex

Comments (3)

Once again, Every Man's Philosopher, the Real Deal is lifting the veil, helping us see the forest through the trees. He's the common denominator of existence. As I listen to him, I wonder "who really is this man? Who might he be reincarnated, if you will? What spirit is embodied in his tall and lanky body?" His commonsensical wisdom blows my mind. He not only talks the talk, he walks the walk. He is the prime example of what one man is capable of accomplishing once he puts his mind and life into it. He's living his dream. His simple approach to life and his ability to express it is earth shattering. I so enjoy his chats and I wish they wouldn't end. Henrick, you are so kind and respectful as you speak with your guests. Red Ice's archives are worth their weight in gold! One more thing, I found it interesting to hear John speak of serving food at a soup kitchen. I had a John Harris moment yesterday. I answered the phone and I heard a tiny whispering voice say "Hi, it's Nana." I answered "Hi Nana, I think you may have the wrong number (rather than the usual response you get when dialing a wrong number). I mentioned Nana sounded a little sick, with a cold maybe. She said she was sick. I asked if she had some ho-made chicken soup to make her feel better to which she said "no." I spoke of getting a nice chicken adding some carrots and celery and putting it in a crockpot or on the stove and forgetting about it as it simmered.
She said "That sounds good. I think I'll do that!"
We said our good byes as we hung up the phone, I hoping she may misdial again sometime so we may chat some more.
#3 - All Ears - 04/01/2014 - 13:44
Great Shows here
Another collection of great shows with a good spirit.
I can't thank you enough for this archive.
Love to John where ever you are.
Peace
#2 - fraser - 11/11/2012 - 15:22
Nuff said
Hah, Henrik swearing :D Now that's a stamp of approval if i ever knew one.

Hey guys, did you ever consider that making written language a lie was a fail safe? He said it even; "Everything I read is 180 degrees from the truth". And again; "If I want a happy day, I just say no to my mind". Right? And it makes sense ... right? Because, if we were to think truthfully and not locally focally, then we'd probably have to stop our minds from expanding consciously. Now that's hard to do without good friends... No?
#1 - SleekMinister - 21/10/2012 - 21:12
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