i smell magic

this is being added to the top a place where you can add donations and any info that is important enough goes here. i need money to continue funding this and to replace my stolen 500 dollar microphone it was probably my roomate will be more careful next time


in construction i will not document revisions on this pinned to the top post and i will write it however i want but i promise to keep it short . so anyways nice to meet you im jerome allen hickman aka jah aka projectillogic aka pi and im a viral writer as well as a master rapper. please enjoy like the countless people that already have! so far this has been a zero profit public service announcement. it came at great cost to me to bring you this transmission and it is a transmission…….

ive worked non stop for the last 10 years to bring to you this transmission but it really has taken me my whole entire life to bring this about. it sucked ass at times especially at the lows but overall i had lots of fun doing it ๐Ÿ˜‰

right now im at 39 professional quality rap songs but e8t beats is producing my next 5 song ep he is paid in full. actually i have the first part of a song recorded and salem jumps in after me and my recording is absolutly perfect minus some clipping. as im getting ready to use my 500 dollar microphone i notice it is missing fucking thieves fucking with my rap career for dope thats like stealing a microphone from 2pac wtf


i once put a pot pipe up to the face of a stone statue of jesus christ and he came alive in an electrical storm with 3 witnesses! read about it here


i have ab positive blood and only 3% of people have it, were the only universal blood transfusion recepitents, we are the newest spececies on this planet, i have no kids and the love of my life cant have anymore. i am part of a new and endangered species


plus im schizophrenic but to see nothing other than your knowledge that i am schizophrenic is to not see me at all for i have been a gifted mind for my entire life and according to tests theres a 90% chance im smarter than you.


that test says im an apostle and a prophet. you know i once found a site that had 8 conditions to be considered a prophet and i could have written a paragraph for each and every one of the 8 conditions and the jesus statue was the most important one too, but i lost that site and now i cant find it. perhaps i will continue this blog just to find that. we will see. will it come to an end or will it not come to an end. either way i gotta be careful and if it dosen’t come to an end it eventually has to. im trying for perfection. so its definitly gonna slow the fuck down as i move on to other projects. as of right now its one minute to 5:00 and syncricity had it so that the gangsta test was my 500th post. the results were that i am an internet gangsta.

so far this top post is perfect so anything new goes after this point. “that didn’t hold true but it might now” man does this feel good plus im so fucking high too. lol

inside this book you will read about my dharma transmission plus my reverse dharma transmission then towards the end of the book i get the love of my life back after almost ending it all.

anyways i got dharma transmission from zen master seung sahn from a youtube video from the grave. i read his 500 page book “the compass of zen twice” i did not care for his book “sprinkeling ashes on the buddha” in that book he just kept saying the same thing over and over again in ways that are meant not to make sense. i think i understood it but it was stupid

inside my book you will read about how e8t beats says seized my vessel seized my vessel when he started producing for motive-hate and he sent me a secret beta beat. he snapped when he first saw this video and i didn’t release it until 4 years later. this beat and this video were meant to be together. seung sahn traveled time and got airtime in the future. now behold………ENLIGHTENMENT!!

heres my youtube channel


Projectillogic’s Scared Gangsta’s One Eye

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this is what my favorite dream was like

the cartoon dream world

somebody from the aryan brotherhood is here0……….

he said i was white but im not a brother then i said i was neutral to the aryan brotherhood then i asked if theyd help me with my rap career he said no so i said i wanna be indpendant but if i go to prison i would work for them temporarly then he talked about prospects i let him use my computer and he got mad because i took 2 cigarettes shit escalated i said if you got a problem with me i will masacer the aryan brotherhood “even though i didn’t want to go to war with them” and i told him its my trailor and that im the leader here he agreed then im like get the fuck out and he was nice and i said he could stay because he was being nice

two miracles cheered me up so much in the last few days

the first time i went in my room and shaggy was on my bed and i thought he was my girlfriend for atleast 10 seconds. when i saw it was him i started laughing and i was instantley fine.

last night my girlfriend was doing something with the door and somehow well this is what it looked like from my perspective, somehow katie hit my illiterate friend in the head with the door and it looked like the 3 stooges. i thought it was fake i didn’t know but it sure looked like it hurt. god did i laugh for so long he learned a very important lesson.

i learned about synchronicity because i read the wrong book.


The Celestine Prophecy: An Adventure is a 1993 novel by James Redfield that discusses various psychological and spiritual ideas rooted in multiple ancient Eastern traditions and New Age spirituality. The main character undertakes a journey to find and understand a series of nine spiritual insights in an ancient manuscript in Peru. The book is a first-person narrative of the narrator’s spiritual awakening as he goes through a transitional period of his life.



The book discusses various psychological and spiritual ideas that are rooted in many ancient Eastern traditions, such as how opening to new possibilities can help an individual establish a connection with the Divine. The main character undertakes a journey to find and understand a series of nine spiritual insights in an ancient manuscript in Peru. The book is a first-person narrative of spiritual awakening. The narrator is in a transitional period of his life and begins to notice instances of synchronicity, which is the belief that coincidences have a meaning personal to those who experience them.[citation needed]

The story opens with the male narrator becoming reacquainted with an old female friend, who tells him about the Insights contained in a manuscript dating to 600 BC, which has been only recently translated. After this encounter leaves him curious, he decides to go to Peru. On the airplane, he meets a historian who also happens to be interested in the manuscript.

The historian explains how the world is currently undergoing an enormous shift in consciousness, elaborating on how things had been generally understood until now: 1) at first people believed the world to be governed by the forces of divinity; everything could be explained as an act of a god or gods, 2) with increased knowledge of their world brought about through scientific inquiry, people turned to the men and women of science for an explanation of life and their world, and 3) without a satisfactory answer from science, people instead had them focus on efforts to improve their lives materially and subdue the earth, illustrated by a hyper-focus on economic conditions and fluctuations. What was now occurring, explained the historian, was that the baseness of current conditions was revealing itself in our souls. We had become restless and were now ready for another fundamental shift in thinking that would eventually bring about a better world.

He also learns that powerful figures within the Peruvian government and the Catholic Church are opposed to the dissemination of the Insights. This is dramatically illustrated when police try to arrest and then shoot the historian soon after his arrival. This forces the narrator to live a nomadic lifestyle amongst those wishing to bring news of the manuscript to the public at large.

The narrator then learns the Insights, one by one, often experiencing the Insight before actually reading the text, while being pursued by forces of the Church and the Peruvian government. In the end, he succeeds in learning the first nine Insights and returns to the United States, with a promise of a Tenth Insight soon to be revealed. The Insights are given only through summaries and illustrated by events in the plot. The text of no complete Insight is given, which the narrator claims is for brevity’s sake; he notes that the “partial translation” of the Ninth Insight was 20 typewritten pages in length.

In the novel, the Maya civilization left ruins in Peru where the manuscript was found, whereupon the Incas took up residence in the abandoned Maya cities after the Maya had reached an “energy vibration level” which made them cross a barrier into a completely spiritual reality.


Redfield has acknowledged the work of Dr. Eric Berne, the developer of transactional analysis, and his 1964 bestseller Games People Play, as major influences on his work.[citation needed]

Publishing history, adaptations and sequels[edit]

Redfield originally self-published The Celestine Prophecy, selling 100,000 copies out of the trunk of his car before Warner Books agreed to publish it.[1]

Christopher Franke, former member of Tangerine Dream, adapted the book into a music album in 1996.[2]

As of May 2005, the book had sold over 5 million copies worldwide,[3] with translations into 34 languages.

film adaptation was released in 2006.

Redfield expanded the book’s concept into a series, which he completed in three sequels:

Reception and critique[edit]

The book was generally well received by readers and spent 165 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list.[5] The Celestine Prophecy has also received some criticism, mostly from the literary community, who point out that the plot of the story is not well developed and serves only as a delivery tool for the author’s ideas about spirituality.[citation needed] James Redfield has admitted that, even though he considers the book to be a novel, his intention was to write a parable,[6] a story meant to illustrate a point or teach a lesson.


  1. ^ “Archived copy”. Archived from the original on 2013-09-29. Retrieved 2015-05-15.
  2. ^ Berling, Michael (29 September 2016). “The Celestine Prophecy”Voices in the Net.
  3. ^ Prestashop 1.5. “Book Editing Services – Llumina Press”llumina.com. Archived from the original on 29 September 2013. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  4. ^ “The Twelfth Insight – About”thetwelfthinsight.com. Archived from the original on 12 September 2012. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  5. ^ “Books That Were Originally Self-Published”google.com. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  6. ^ The Celestine Prophecy Archived July 16, 2007, at the Wayback Machine

External links[edit]

showvteJames Redfield and The Celestine Prophecy Series
showvteNew Age movement


lord infamous

Ricky T. Dunigan (November 17, 1973 โ€“ December 20, 2013), better known by his stage name Lord Infamous, was an American rapper from MemphisTennessee. He was a co-founder of Three 6 Mafia. He was the older brother of DJ Paul.[1] His lyrics touched on subjects such as horror, Satanismmass murder, and torture, along with more common hip-hop themes such as crime and drugs.[2]



1990โ€“1991: Beginnings[edit]

Lord Infamous started his music career in the early 1990s with his half-brother DJ Paul.[3] They were fairly popular in the south Memphis area and released self-recorded tapes in their neighborhood, school, and local shops. Their first known tape entitled Portrait of a Serial Killa, was released in 1992.

1991โ€“2005: Three 6 Mafia[edit]

In 1991 Lord Infamous and DJ Paul met up with fellow north Memphis rapper and producer Juicy J. These three along with a few other local rappers formed a group initially called “The Backyard Posse”, which later went on to be known as “Triple 6 Mafia”. The first record deal for the group was with Nick Scarfo and Prophet Posse. Under the label they released their first underground album, Smoked Out, Loced Out in 1994. At the same time, Lord Infamous released his first underground solo album, Lord of Terror. Shortly after in 1995, the group changed its name to Three 6 Mafia and released their debut album, Mystic Stylez. At this time Three 6 Mafia members DJ Paul and Juicy J were creating their own record company, Hypnotize Minds, which Lord Infamous became a part of. The group went on to release 4 more mainstream albums and numerous solo projects through the mid-2000s, though during this time the group became smaller due to the departure of several artists for various reasons.[4]

2006โ€“2013: Black Rain Entertainment[edit]

In 2006, following jail time which led to a breach of contract with Sony, Lord Infamous was forced to end work with Three 6 Mafia, leaving the group on good terms. Lord Infamous later reunited with DJ Paul for Paul’s 2009 solo album, Scale-A-Ton. This marked the first time they had worked together since Three 6 Mafia‘s 2005 album Choices II: The Setup.

Soon after his departure from Three 6 Mafia, Lord Infamous and long time friend and Memphis rapper II Tone formed a new record company, “Black Rain Entertainment”. Shortly thereafter Memphis rapper Mac Montese and Atlanta rapper T-Rock became involved with the company, forming what is now known as “The Club House Click”. They went on to release several group albums, solo albums and EPs, including several solo albums from Lord Infamous – The Man, The Myth, The Legacy in 2007, Futuristic Rowdy Bounty Hunter in 2010, Scarecrow Tha Terrible in 2011, Legendary HitsKing Of Horrorcore and Back From Tha Dead (Deadly Proverbs) in 2012. A group album with The Club House Click entitled Land Of Da Lost was released on November 27, 2012.[5] On February 11, 2013, Lord Infamous released his eighth solo effort entitled Scarecrow Tha Terrible, Pt. Two. He released Voodoo, his final solo effort prior to his death, on October 11, 2013.

2013-2014: Da Mafia 6ix[edit]

Main article: Three 6 Mafia ยง Da Mafia 6ix

In 2013, Lord Infamous rejoined four of the original Three 6 Mafia members to form the group Da Mafia 6ix. The group released their debut mixtape 6ix Commandments on November 12, 2013, with plans to release a studio album in 2014.[6]

Lord Infamous was also featured in three songs after his death on Da Mafia 6ix Hear Sum Evil mix tape (2014)


On December 20, 2013, Lord Infamous died of a heart attack in his sleep at his mother’s home in Memphis, Tennessee. DJ Paul confirmed his death to online hip hop magazine HipHopDX, stating: “He had a heart attack in his sleep. His mother found him dead this morning. He had been dead, the doctors say, for about five hours.[7]


Main article: Lord Infamous discography

  • Lord of Terror (1994)
  • The Man, The Myth, The Legacy (2007)
  • Futuristic Rowdy Bounty Hunter (2010)
  • Scarecrow Tha Terrible (2011)
  • Legendary Hits (2012)
  • King of Horrorcore (2012)
  • Back From Tha Dead (Deadly Proverbs) (2012)
  • Scarecrow Tha Terrible, Pt. Two (2013)
  • Fire & Ice (2013)
  • Voodoo (2013)
  • Legend (2014)
  • Anarchy (EP) (2016)


  1. ^ “DJ Paul on ‘Seed of 6ix’ Consisting of Lord Infamous’ Son and Paul’s Nephew (Part 1)”. VLADTV. Retrieved 2019-10-07.
  2. ^ Meara, Paul. “Three 6 Mafia’s Lord Infamous Passes Away”. HipHop DX. Retrieved 2013-12-21.
  3. ^ “DJ Paul on ‘Seed of 6ix’ Consisting of Lord Infamous’ Son and Paul’s Nephew (Part 1)”. 16 December 2018. Retrieved 14 September 2019.
  4. ^ “Interview with Lord Infamous โ€“ Part 1”. Southern Hospitality. Retrieved 2013-12-21.
  5. ^ “Land Of Da Lost Available Now! -Black Rain Entertainment”. Officialblackrainent.com. Retrieved 2013-04-24.
  6. ^ “DJ Paul Announces Da Mafia 6ix Album Info”. HipHopDX. Retrieved 2013-11-13.
  7. ^ Meara, Paul (December 21, 2013). “DJ Paul Says He’s In Disbelief Over Death Of Half-Brother Lord Infamous”HipHopDX. Cheri Media Group. Retrieved May 10, 2018.

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ok the voices said they were gonna let me speak even though they know about the autoconnect what was that oh autosend shit

i have a purpose lord infamous was trying to legalize torture thats schizophrenic as fuck im alive and hes dead but we both rapped at the same time but hes arguabley my master even though were on different sides. wait till i get to the point where i record my next songs. i have faith in god. all i ask is like a hug or something and let me speak