I'm obsessed with the stock market, economics, politics,
world news, investing, ancient aliens, rock, guitar, technology, custom
PC's, ancient civillization's, secret societies, 2012, giants,
astronomy, and many more related things. Albert Einstein once said that " the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. I spent a few years in the 9 to 5 worker drone and drink on the weekend mode before I woke up and realized that I was insane if I expected to ever get anywhere in life. Now I'm extremely dynamic in that I substitute all aspects of time wasting with things that I can learn and benefit from. For example instead of watching a 2 hour movie about something that will do nothing for my life, I will watch a 2 hour documentary about how the whole political system is run by secret societies. This is highly interesting to me and I can use this information to protect myself from future events and make investments on the stock market that will prevent me from getting fleeced by the corruption. I do relax on the occassion and celebrate my success, but I don't let myself get carried away unless I am way ahead of the game.
I'm highly interested in the ancient aliens series by the History Channel. It's now on its 4th season and it delivers overwhelming evidence for extraterrestrial visitation in the past. I like to research old writtings for evidence of visitations and its absolutely startling how much information is clearly available but gone unnoticed by the public. For instance the book of Genesis in the bible speaks of Abraham wanting to wash Gods feet; meaning that God appeared in a physical form yet it's never spoken about. Also it covers how angels bred with humans to make Nephilim which means Giants. Could these angels have been extraterrestrials? There have been many modern discoveries of Giant Bones and tales about things like David and Goliath to back the stories of Giants. Going back to the sumerians there are clay tablets that tell stories very similar to Genesis; even mentioning the Garden of Eden. I think all of this is very fascinating and I'm seeing more and more headlines that there are billions of planets and many of them are habitable. I want to eventually study these kind of things at a university for a second masters or phd.