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A Lists of Vaporwave Text & Fonts to Help Make Your Vaporwave Art

Monday, August 10th, 2020 by Creator of Agora Road

A Lists of Vaporwave Text & Fonts to Help Make Your Vaporwave Art

So you’re trying to make vaporwave art but need a resource to find some cool and aesthetic fonts? Then you’ve come to the right place. I will list all the different kinds of vaporwave text & fonts that will be perfect for whatever kind of vaporwave artwork you are trying to do. All the best part is that they are all free to use so enjoy yourself!

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Donor Lens- Midnight Store Album Review!

Tuesday, July 28th, 2020 by Creator of Agora Road

Hey Agora Road travelers! Today i’m going to review Donor Lens- Midnight Store Album which will have a physical release of vinyl, cassette, mini disc and also a playable ZX Spectrum NEXT SD card on July 31st.  I have listened to Donor Lens in the past and have even featured “Still On The Lime” by Wichita LimeWire (One half of the Donor Lens duo), which you can view here. Donor Lens have described this album as “The music portrays an increasingly hazy evening, punctuated by return trips to the shop to pick up supplies.” Which by listening to album is exactly how it feels and you will not be disappointed. Now lets get on with the review!

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CIA Document: Astral Projection, Holographic Universierse, Absolute in Infinity, & Secrets to Humanity

Saturday, July 25th, 2020 by Creator of Agora Road

CIA Document: Astral Projection, Holographic Universierse, Absolute in Infinity, & Secrets to Humanity



1. You tasked me to provide an assessment of the Gateway Experience in terms of its mechanics and ultimate practicality. As I set out to fulfill that tasking it soon became clear that in order to assess the validity and practicality of the process I needed to do enough supporting research and analysis to fully understand how and why the process works.

Frankly , sir , that proved to be an extremely involved and difficult business. Initially/ based on conversations with a physician who took the Gateway training with me, I had recourse to the biomedical models developed by Itzhak Bentov to obtain information concerning the physical aspects of the process. Then I found it necessary to delve into various sources for information concerning quantum mechanics in order to be able to describe the nature and functioning of human consciousness.

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4chan Stories of a Private Military Contractor (PMC Anon): The African Quest (5/5)

Monday, July 13th, 2020 by Merchant of the Agora

4chan Stories of a Private Military Contractor (PMC Anon): The African Quest (5/5)

Wife/daughter it is.
I warn you now. This story does not have anything remotely resembling a happy ending. It is without any doubt one of the more depressing tales due to what this woman did to her only daughter.

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Missing 1,000 “Phantom” Years of Human History and Cosmological Catastrophes

Thursday, July 9th, 2020 by Illuminati Pirate

Missing 1,000 “Phantom” Years of Human History and Cosmological Catastrophes

There was a series of catastrophes of cosmological origin, mainly changes of planetary orbits and their effects just few centuries ago.

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Cosmic Sans 愛-Living Without You (Vaporwave Review)

Friday, July 3rd, 2020 by Zoroarkfilms

Living Without You is the 3rd full length album by Vaporwave/Experimental artist Cosmic Sans愛. This is their first album on their new label, hypersleep sessions. Living Without You is described by the artist as: “The cosmic loss of the other half of a soul.”

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Blue Sky Girl by Manhatten (Synthwave Album Review)

Tuesday, June 16th, 2020 by Creator of Agora Road

Hey Agora Road readers! Today we are going to go deep into “Blue Sky Girl by Manhatten” which was released on May 28th 2020. This a synthpop dreamwave album that highly empathizes the 80s, nostalgia and tells a compelling story of the Blue Sky Girl. The tone of the album takes you on a journey of a girl that is in every man’s life. The Bluesky girl is voiced by Star Madman and the gurtairs on the track is by Jack Wood.

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Urban Survival Guide in Big Cities (Total Societal Collapse, Anarchy, & Disasters)

Sunday, June 14th, 2020 by Merchant of the Agora

Urban Survival Guide in Big Cities (Total Societal Collapse, Anarchy, & Disasters)

This e-zine was issued by Cybertek Electric: and “Urban Survival” is written by Douglas P. Bell

To start with, let’s get over the idea that all survivalists are going to get out of “the city” in time to set up a “survival retreat”. Not all survivalists are going to have the money, time or inclination to leave the city life and move to the middle of nowhere. First off, leaving your job and having no money will doom you faster than anything you can think of!

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Dave & Buster’s: Neo-Fascists or just Texas-Style Screws?

Saturday, June 13th, 2020 by Merchant of the Agora

Dave & Buster’s: Neo-Fascists or just Texas-Style Screws?

This e-zine was originally written on 1994 by Jeff Koyen

I sometimes wish that I didn’t use vulgar language so often; I’ve become jaded & desensitized to the impact of obscenity. The English language simply doesn’t contain some of the words I need.

Specifically, the words I need to convey my utter disgust and contempt for a place called Dave & Buster’s, located on the waterfront here in Philadelphia. Based in Texas, D&B’s has opened a couple of these places across the country. Basically, it’s a Chuck-E Cheese with liquor; a giant arcade with Bennigans-style bars and food. They cater to the white 20-something crowd that wants to go out, have a safe time and not question their hosts.

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Legend of The Deep Sea Black Carpet From DiverAnon (Giant Sea Anemones & The Bloop)

Saturday, June 6th, 2020 by Merchant of the Agora

Legend of The Deep Sea Black Carpet From DiverAnon (Giant Sea Anemones & The Bloop)

These are stories from DiverAnon discussing potential biological origins of the bloop or other unidentified sea sounds, the black carpet, and generally just what bizarre organisms may still be lurking undiscovered. It’ll be a long time before the sea gives up all it’s mysteries after all.

This next story is supposedly bonafide true- taken from the journal of a now deceased biologist/researcher. I haven’t seen the pages of the journal myself, but I’m working on getting them sent to me if possible. I’ll share them with you if I ever manage to get my hands on them. For now, enjoy an abridge version.

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