hmmmm May 13, 2016 william ⋅ Uncategorized ⋅ 5 comments http://theocs101ark.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Untitled-3174.mp4 Like 27 Thanks! You've already liked this « Memorial pools commemorating World Trade Center towers » truth movement , the fukers cant handle the truth 5 Comments Truthseeking100 May 14, 2016 @ 4:28 pm i always felt there is something wrong with this place. nowadays and with your videos i also see it as fake. VascoKiprich May 14, 2016 @ 8:41 am @deadbutdreaming, the trainspotting refers to his wallpaper in his bedroom which is full of trains. he goes cold turkey in that room (his parents lock him up in it), really going nuts, even sees the dead baby crawling the ceilling. when he is on heroin he is in heaven, going cold turkey in his bedroom he is in hell. before he dives into the toilett he is sober and in hell. he dives into the toillet, finding his dope which takes him to heaven. so again as Bill said, one has to go down into the water, to get back up through the top, in order to escape hell and enter heaven I guess… aflo May 13, 2016 @ 10:47 pm You are absolutely positively correct on this one Bill. deadbutdreaming May 13, 2016 @ 8:24 pm Considering there is not one second of “Trainspotting” in the film, maybe its in reference to the main character being able to spot the choices that are available, are hell. Train = hell. The main quote of Trainspotting is all about choices. As you said, Heroin = heaven, or closest he can get, there are no choices to be made there. Carolyn May 13, 2016 @ 8:55 am You know ironically John Lennon (who I’m not a fan of) said an interesting quote. “The more real you get , the more unreal the world gets”. Most people are Bedazled by the fakery in this world. It fits in with the quote “Most people can’t handle the truth because they don’t want to see their illusions destroyed” This is one of the reasons Jesus is hated. He said “who loves this world has no love of the Father” I also keep thinking of the titles alone of Lewis Carrols books, “Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass” Leave a Reply CancelYou must be logged in to post a comment.