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My Illuminati and MK ULTRA Mind Control Experience.

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Okay. So, I’m at work for my former employer. I’m minding my own business, then I hear that a guest died in one of the rooms. I paid no attention to it. I just kept doing my job as a luggage room attendant. Then,  I noticed a day or 2 later that there was some sort of celebration going on.  I thought it was because we were working so hard. No, to my disbelief, it was a ritual for my initiation into Illuminati.

My former company tried to get me to sell my SOUL, to the company for money/devil. I sad “NO”! Afterwards, I continued to work. Everyday, that I worked afterwards, they tried to use witchcraft, mind control and other hypnosis techniques to get me to be a slave to the company.

See, their mistake was that they had WITCH come in from London. I call her, the Lady from London. She saw me, when I had to change her room, and immediately she said that I was a “STAR”. I felt like she cast a spell  on me. At the end of the room change, she said ” Bless You”. I felt like her blessing, was a curse. And, it was.

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I already knew that I was a “STAR” before she even told me. I DID NOT agree with her because I knew that  my life was about to change. I did not care, and I QUIT. I couldn’t take the mind control games anymore. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVED my job. I just felt like it was time for me to move on.

Then, they tried to use hypnosis gas and subliminal music to try and control my mind. As a US ARMY Veteran, I already knew the games they were playing. I just kept my mouth shut.

I respect everyone’s religious beliefs, just don’t try and force me to believe what you believe. That’s NOT fair to me and my morals and values.

Now, I’m in MENTAL THERAPY to deal with the whole experience. I believe in Jesus Christ. Not, this other stuff that people are into.

Damn, now what am I supposed to do?

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A. W. McKnight

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The Value of Film Making: “The Main Event…in America”

 

 

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As I sit here typing away, I’m drawn to think of the journey of other film makers and how they transitioned from being interested in watching film (and/or film making) to actually ‘doing it’. My journey on this life changing experience has just begun, however, I am learning along the way that I still have a long way to go.

I’m quite sure that there are many independent film makers that have struggled to get their projects on the big screen. I’ve heard stories of people mortgaging their homes, borrowing against their 401K (which I have done), working 2 or 3 jobs to fund their projects, failing with crowd funding campaigns, maxing out credit cards and the list goes on. So I took a moment to wonder, why is it so difficult for new talented film makers to get noticed and the opportunity to have their work seen on the big screen? We all know that when you first start out on anything, there is a learning process (training period) then there is a time when you actually have to get to work. I’m ready!

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The journey from idea to distribution is a long, grueling process. So far, (and mind you I just got started) I have had the wonderful opportunity to write, develop, create and now produce a project that I honestly believe in.

Elevator Pitch: A modern-day gladiator battles in the ring against world-class opponents and
outside the ring against his true nature, but even after killing a man in front of a national
audience, he realizes that his toughest opponent all along has been his conscience.

This story is a story that has inspired me for many years and welcomed me into the independent film making community.

sacrifice (http://oxforddictionaries.com)

Syllabification: (sac·ri·fice)
Pronunciation: /ˈsakrəˌfīs/

*an act of slaughtering an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to God or to a divine or supernatural figure:

*an animal, person, or object offered in a sacrifice.

*an act of giving up something valued for the sake of something else regarded as more important or worthy:we must all be prepared to make sacrifices…

This is a word that I have truly been able to not only experience, but also, I have seen too many people use as an excuse to give up on their goals and dreams. The Main Event…in America has taught me that when you truly believe in something, everyday you have to choose whether or not you will continue to sacrifice, or succeed. I always choose to succeed.

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Once the sacrifice has been made, what is the next step? Is it more sacrifice? Or, are there angels out there that will come to the rescue. At this point in my newborn film making career, I can’t answer that. All I can do is pray that the angels out there will acknowledge that there are many people in different careers, professions, jobs, etc. that are making sacrifices for not only themselves, but for others.

If you believe in the story, take a moment and support “The Main Event…in America” on Indiegogo.com. There’s only 25 days left! $1 makes a difference.

Thanks for your support.

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“I have loved movies as the number one thing in my life so long that I can’t ever remember a time when I didn’t.”
Quentin Tarantino

– A.W. McKnight

 

Art is Art is Art! The Business of being an artIst

The Business of Art

Dictionary definitions

Wiktionary defines the noun ‘artist’ (Singular: artist; Plural: artists) as follows:

  1. A person who creates art.
  2. A person who creates art as an occupation.
  3. A person who is skilled at some activity.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines the older broad meanings of the term “artist”:

  • A learned person or Master of Arts
  • One who pursues a practical science, traditionally medicine, astrology, alchemy, chemistry
  • A follower of a pursuit in which skill comes by study or practice
  • A follower of a manual art, such as a mechanic
  • One who makes their craft a fine art
  • One who cultivates one of the fine arts – traditionally the arts presided over by the muses

A definition of Artist from Princeton.edu: creative person (a person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination).

Now that we are somewhat clear on what the word “artist” means, what about those who are artists and are struggling? Are they still artists, even though no one may know who they are and what their work is about? The answer is simple. YES!

When did it become the norm for people who “make it” in their, mainly commercial, art form are considered artists versus those that are unknown? IS the unknown artists work less valuable? I have had the opportunity to visit many museums and art events in NYC, Italy, Germany, etc. What I have noticed that the difference between the work of the great artists (and the unknown) is simple, the mastering of their artistic craft. They have also found a way  to connect their business savvy skills, with their talent, and bring in an income. I know that many people believe that artists are fun, cool, talented, etc. But artists also have to EAT!

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All artists have the responsibility to themselves, and other artists, to make sure that any work they do, they get PAID for it. Also, when creating work to sell (paintings, music, screenplays, etc.) get it copy written! It is your work, time and energy. The least that you can do is protect it from being stolen by someone that wants to be labeled as a artist.

Many people like the idea of being labeled as being “an artist” because they feel like they can go down in the history books as having to struggle to create their art work and have it shared with the world. Is art any less valuable if you only create it for yourself, or a loved one? Nope!

Art is Art is Art! It’s that simple. For those artists that are waiting for their big break so that they may be considered as a professional artist should really re-consider the definition of an artist and see if it is a good fit, for them. You’re already a professional artist!

For those artists that know that they are artists and their is absolutely no doubt, or worry (about their art work) kudos and CONGRATULATIONS! You have overcome one of the most difficult challenges for any artist.

Confidence

Confidence

“Do more than is required. What is the distance between someone who achieves their goals consistently and those who spend their lives and careers merely following? The extra mile.”
Gary Ryan Blai

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The House of Love Don’t Live Here Anymore

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Italo Calvino said:

The more enlightened our houses are, the more their walls ooze ghosts.”

Describe the ghosts that live in this house:

 

Image credit: “love Don’t live here anymore…” – © 2009 Robb North – made available under Attribution 2.0 Generic

The Power of Sex! Summertime in the City.

Worship me.

Worship me.

It’s Summertime in NYC and DAMN it is hot out here! As I walk the streets,drenched in sweat,  I have the opportunity to glance at people that walk by, beautiful women all half dressed (or half undressed depending on your perspective) and some guys too.

I can Fly!

I can Fly!

I notice that all men have no issue with showing their chests no matter how defined or undefined it may be.

I like secure men. It’s been months that feels like years since the last time I had sex. I guess this is just my way of releasing myself without the guilt and/or minor shame that comes along with masturbation. Well, I have always wondered how come it seems that during the summertime more people are likely to have sexual intercourse. I guess its the power of the sun. How much of an effect does the sun have on our sexual energy?

So just for fun, I decided to share some fun facts I read about sex and all of its interesting factors involved. Here is an excerpt from an article written by Ariane Marder:

11 Sex Facts That Will Blow Your Mind and “Scare the Sh*t Out of You”

Did you know that the clitoris is the only bodily organ that exists solely for sexual pleasure? And blue balls isn’t just a term made up by horny (and disgruntled) teenage boys? It’s actually a real problem! Scared Sh*tless: 1,003 Facts That Will Scare The Sh*t Out of You, by comedy writer Cary McNeal, hits the stands today—and, suffice to say, reading parts of it may have sent my PBMAS into overdrive.

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The book is marketed as a bathroom reader (note the toilet brush and toilet paper on the cover), and truthfully, I’m not one to be drawn to something like this on my own. However, it’s totally the perfect book to pick up between commercial breaks to read your guy—or whenever you need a few morsels of entertainment. Here are some of the biggest jaw-droppers related to Smitten’s favorite subject: sex!

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Fact: The world’s largest recorded penis belongs to 41-year-old New Yorker Jonah Falcon, whose appendage measures 9.5 inches flaccid and 13.5 inches erect.

Jonah Falcon

Fact: The impulse to ejaculate comes from the spinal cord; no brain is needed.

Fact: The average male orgasm lasts six seconds; the average female orgasm lasts twenty seconds.

Fact: The left testicle usually hangs lower than the right for right-handed men. The opposite is true for lefties.

Fact: One out of every six Americans aged 14 to 49 has a genital herpes HSV-2 infection.

Fact: After fingers and vibrators, candles are the phallic objects used most often by female masturbators. Unlit ones, hopefully.

Fact: The most common cause of penile rupture is vigorous masturbation. If that happens, you’re doing it wrong.

Fact: When two people kiss, they exchange between 10 million and 1 billion bacteria.

Fact: The average vagina is three to four inches long but can expand by 200 percent when sexually aroused. It’s an optimistic organ.

Fact: Despite what men claim, only 15 percent have a penis longer than seven inches. Only 3 percent have a penis more than eight inches long.

Fact: Orgasms can lower a woman’s risk of heart disease, stroke, breast cancer, and depression.

It's too Hot!!!Bottoms Up!As my Jewish grandmother used to say,

Oy Gavalt!

I guess the best thing for me to do now is to let go of my sex sabbatical and relieve some tension, stress and depression so that I can live longer and prevent heart stroke.

I’m no Jonah Falcon, but I’m DAMN sure close!

ENJOY THE SUMMER!

I know I will!

“Sex at age 90 is like trying to shoot pool with a rope.”
George Burns

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A.W. McKnight

Film Director/Screenwriter/Producer

Mystic Lotus Productions 55 West 116th Street Suite 281 New York, NY 10026

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The Art of Chromatic Warfare (Exclusive Passionate interview with artist Noel) PART 2

**This blog is a continuation from PART 1. Check out pART 1 first, or just read and listen to the interview.**

Then it hit me like a bag of bricks. “Fuck!” I gotta ask Noel Black questions and keep my composure. So I do.

The first question stumbles out of my mouth, my camera is out of focus. I try to listen and can’t think straight. Wait. Why am I having a Fifty Shades of Grey moment? His voice soft,  like vanilla, his demeanor – hidden. Like a reporter, I remain professional and get through the interview.

Then, I realize, there are “the others”. His team. XRA. Who is she? Where did she fucking come from? And, why is she so fucking gorgeous? It must be in her blood. Her talent. My only question is…how chromatic is she?

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Noel Black is an interesting character. His loyalty to music, truth and those he welcomes into his circle are blessed. Take a moment and follow this link to his page and check out some his music. Or, listen to the interview and if you really want to be dangerous – do both.

!!!HERE IS THE LINK TO THE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW!!!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/g4z8lpa1m0wc7nm/Interview

http://noelblackmusic.com/

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“Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.”

Sun Tzu

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A.W. McKnight

Film Director/Screenwriter/Producer

Mystic Lotus Productions 55 West 116th Street Suite 281 New York, NY 10026

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