Thread: Keating goes New Age
4/13/2006 3:09pm, #1
- Join Date
- Oct 2004
- So Cal
- Liu Seong Kuntao, Baguazh
Keating goes New Age
I surfed over to James Keatings's webpage, http://www.jamesakeating.com/maajak1.html , and found a link to thei site Psi site: http://www.psipog.net/articles.php
There are also links to alien abduction sites and a site focusing on the "inter-dimensional war". Looks like somebody needs to step away from the bong and come back to the really real world.
4/13/2006 7:54pm, #2
WTF, over."Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
4/14/2006 10:19am, #3
Jim's been like that for a good long while, now. He's interested in paranormal/far out stuff. His page is just a random collection of links culled from the net. When you talk to him on the phone, he's actually a pretty straight dude. Although I won't argue on the "bong" thing. If past articles he's posted are any indication, he's got no problems with the herb...
4/17/2006 10:30am, #4
Is this him?
4/17/2006 10:35am, #5
4/17/2006 10:58am, #6
I thought he was a dead writer...You can't make people smarter. You can expose them to information, but your responsibility stops there.
4/17/2006 11:32am, #7
I've always had a hunch that he's a toker...
4/17/2006 12:09pm, #8
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- Feb 2006
- Okinawan Karate
I really never heard of this guy until this thread. Seems to have a knife fedish.
His website and some of his idea look stooooopid. But hey, whatever floats your boat.
4/17/2006 12:45pm, #9
He is practically God in the knife combatives world. I do not know first hand if he is legit.
4/17/2006 1:42pm, #10
He's been around awhile. Yeah, I think he's not averse to a toke here and there...
His core knife stuff is FMA based. He branched out into big knives and saber-fencing based methods about ten years ago (a la John Styers). Likes improvised weapons, too. From what I understand, it was getting mugged at knifepoint and getting cut pretty badly in the process that got him into knives. Before that he was a karate guy (Goju and Kenpo, I think?)
He's a good instructor and a friendly guy. Seems like some almost deify him, but he's more of an e-mail pen pal to me.