Saturday Night Podcast – Call 136215 – Hope

Saturday Night Podcast with Keith57 at 136215.

Topic title: Hope

“Hope is a good breakfast, but it is a bad supper.”

Work without hope draws nectar in a sieve, And hope without an object cannot live.”

ALL Nature seems at work. Slugs leave their lair—
The bees are stirring—birds are on the wing—
And Winter, slumbering in the open air,
Wears on his smiling face a dream of Spring!
And I, the while, the sole unbusy thing,
Nor honey make, nor pair, nor build, nor sing.

Yet well I ken the banks where amaranths blow,
Have traced the fount whence streams of nectar flow.
Bloom, O ye amaranths! bloom for whom ye may,
For me ye bloom not! Glide, rich streams, away!
With lips unbrighten’d, wreathless brow, I stroll:
And would you learn the spells that drowse my soul?
Work without Hope draws nectar in a sieve,
And Hope without an object cannot live.

— English Romantic poet, Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

Hope With Activity


The Larger Picture

1.) The Secret Covenant: A member of the Illuminati tells all

Can we see where these tactics, these devices, these crimes have been committed against us?

2.) THE GREENBAUM SPEECH of D.C.HAMMOND’ – Hypnosis in MPD: Ritual Abuse

Dr. Hammond says: People say, “What’s the purpose of it?” My best guess is that the purpose of it is that they want an army of Manchurian Candidates, ten of thousands of mental robots who will do prostitution, do child pornography, smuggle drugs, engage in international arms smuggling, do snuff films, all sorts of very lucrative things and do their bidding and eventually the megalomaniacs at the top believe they’ll create a Satanic Order that will rule the world. One last question. Then I’ll give you couple of details and we need to shift gears.

The Greenbaum Speech of D.C. Hammond


Endurance • Perseverance • Determination • Enthusiasm • Vision • Improvisation • Belief



The Secret Covenant – A Member of the Illuminati Tells All?

The Greenbaum Speach – Hypnosis in MPD: Ritual Abuse

Manchurian Candidates & Gang Stalking

33rd Degree Freemason, Albert Pike’s Prediction Of Three World Wars


Food Tips and Recipes for Healthy TI’s.

(* means if available. The key to healthy and economical cooking is improvisation)

The value of soups and how to secure serving quantities.

  • chicken pasta-n-rice soup
  • white bean soup
  • BBQ pinto beans and pork
  • beef chili
  • white chili
  • cajun beans & rice soup
  • beef or venison vegetable soup
  • taco soup
  • mexican soup

• Using mason jars to securely seal individual or mutliple portion meals.

Chicken pasta-n-rice soup: (basic ingredients), chicken meat and broth from bones, onions, celery, carrots, garlic powder, salt, pepper, basil, chicken spice, egg noodles or elbow macaroni, rice. Cook chicken and bones, remove meat and bones, put in spices and vegetables, cook vegetables until almost done, add pasta and separately cooked rice or instant rice. Simmer until pasta is cooked adding additional spices to taste.

BBQ pork and beans with pintos: cooked pinto beans, chunks of cooked pork, cooked onions,  bar-b-que sauce.

Taco soup: 2 lb. cooked g.beef, 2 cans ea. of corn, hominy, rotella, kidney, chili, or black beans, 2 pkg taco seasoning mix.

Beef chili: Traditional recipe according to region.

Cajun beans and rice: for economical batch, cook dried pinto beans. Add diced chili or chopped peppers, chopped onion, 1 lb. smoked sausage cut into 1/2 inch chunks, garlic powder, salt, pepper, soul seasoning*, Louisiana hot sauce*, cooked rice (see formal recipe below)


Make flour and milk gravy with sausage grease to stretch breakfast.

Cheap snacks including delicious and easy to fix chocolate.

Popcorn with real butter, salt, cayenne pepper, and cheese powder. Walmart regular bagged popcorn. $1.88/$.15, 1/2 stick real butter $2.99/.38c (careful eating and watch for hard kernels so as not to damage teeth)

Quick-fix chocolate peanut butter oatmeal scoop with cinnamon.

No bake chocolate/peanut butter/oatmeal cookie recipe: 2 c. sugar, 1/4 lb. butter, 1/4 c. cocoa, 1/2 c. milk, 1 t. vanilla (optional), pinch salt (optional), 1 t. cinnamon, 1/2 c. crunchy peanut butter, 3 c. instant oatmeal, (for lighter, crunchier snack, replace 1 cup of oatmeal with honey-nut oats or Capt. crunch cereal) (for individual serving warm, ‘scoop’ snack, 1/3 cup sugar, 1/2 inch slice of margarine, 1 Tsp milk, 1 heaping t. cocoa, sprinkles of cinnamon, heaping Tbs peanut butter, oatmeal and crunchy cereal till chocolate is absorbed.

Directions: Mix sugar, butter, cocoa, and milk in saucepan and cook until it starts to boil. Remove from heat, cool 1 minute, and add vanilla, salt, peanut butter, and oatmeal. Stir well and drop onto waxed paper. (For individual serving, melt sugar, butter, milk, and cocoa in microwave for 25 seconds, stir in cinnamon, peanut butter, oatmeal, and cereal.)

Whole chicken or roasting hen. A weeks worth of meals. Drumsticks and wings for meat and 2 veggies • Thighs, back, neck, bones, for pot of soup • Chicken breast for homemade chicken salad: celery, onions, pickle relish, salad dressing (spices: pinch of cayenne, g.cloves, Jamaican jerk, etc.) other options: green pepper, grapes, nuts, dried cranberries, apples, etc.)




Outside padlock on front door and inside padlock on other exit points. Tape windows where tape cannot be duplicated. Sign tape with your signature. Make security strip to ‘fish’ through loop and clasp of front lock, signing the strip and using a 1 inch length of quality shipping tape to secure the ends once fished through.

Place a flat toothpick in door jam just barely visible and note the location. Check location after returning.


take a photo before leaving and another upon returning. If something seems different, you should be able to tell from the photos.


Place a flat toothpick somewhere inconspicuous in the door jam. Break off extruding portion if need be and note the location. Examine upon returning and watch to make sure toothpick falls when you open the door.

Battling depression and weight gain

Use your mind: read, write, study, create, doodle, clean, exercise, pray, listen to music, cook, rearrange.

Make bed every morning thanking the Creator that He kept you another day and with this small task, you are acknowledging that He has kept you to this day and for this day.

Find some clothes to give to the Goodwill

Simple exercises for men: sit ups, sissy push-ups, jumping jacks, hopping on toes, tennis ball squeeze, stretches, toe touches, torso twists, hallway-Samsons, 2-liter curls.

Simple exercises for women: stretches, knee bends, toe touches, leg lifts, toe points, wall presses, side bends, jaw stretches, can curls, stair steps,

Eat less but more frequently. No binging or eating till stuffed. Eat 1 slice of pizza instead of two for lunch. Quit eating while still hungry. Drink water instead of sweetened drinks or teas. Eat celery, carrots, broccoli, apples, and crunchy fruits and vegetables in place of sugar or salt snack.


“We must learn to regard people less in the light of what they do or omit to do, and more in the light of what they suffer.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer


White Chili Recipe by yourbestfriendem

3-4 Chicken Breast
32-48oz of Chicken Broth (see tips and tricks)
4 Cans White Northern Beans, drained
40z can chopped Green Chillies
1 large(ish) Jalapeno pepper, chopped fine
1 medium Onion, chopped fine

Serve with: Sour Cream, Cheese (Montery Jack is wonderful in this), Tortilla Chips (the scoop kind is particularly great for chili)


Boil Chicken breast until cooked through then shred the chicken with a fork. Save some of the broth (about 2-3 cups depending on how chunky or soupy you want your chili) and drain the rest.

In the same pot you used for the chicken, Add all ingredients then add as much of the reserved chicken broth as you like, if you like. Remember to taste test when adding the spices. A good start is about 2 tsps of Cumin and about 1/2 tsp of Cayenne. Simmer over medium heat until warm (about 30 min. for good flavor) or as long as you’d like. The longer it simmers the better the flavor.

Tips and Tricks:

For even more flavor and to cut prep time, use a pre cooked rotisserie chicken. When i make it like this I use the entire chicken and it adds some more flavor to the pot. If you do go this route, you may want to add a little more boxed/canned broth if you like a soupier chili.

You can, of course, use all the broth from boiling the chicken, but i think a store bought or otherwise “ready made” broth has a lot more flavor. I’m no expert on chicken broth though, so whatever your preference! If you use broth from boiling the chicken a 32oz box of broth will be plenty and yes you will probably need a little extra broth so make sure you have it just incase the boiled broth isn’t enough. If you prefer not to use the broth from boiling or if you’re using a rotisserie chicken, you will probably need a 48 oz box.

I always always always eat this chili with a dollop of sour cream and a sprinkling of cheese stirred into my bowl. Tortilla chips make a great catalyst for getting the chili into your mouth as well, so I always serve the scoop kind with mine 😉 These ingredients aren’t necessary i guess, but it makes for an even better chili experience!

Sam Chambers Beans & Rice (simple but delicious)

From customer at Save-a-Lot (Jeffersonville, IN)

3 Cans red kidney or pinto beans
1 can diced tomatoes & chili
1 med onion chopped fine
1/2 lb sliced smoked sausage
Touch of garlic salt or minced garlic
2 cups instant rice

1. Pour water off 2 cans beans.
2. Cook all ingredients till onions are done except rice.
3. Cook rice and add to beans.
4. Cook and stir for few minutes to blend flavors
5. Salt/pepper to flavor
6. Add Louisiana hot sauce to flavor.


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