Lucifer's Technologies: Ba'al Laboratories [UPDATE]

In the previous post we looked at the rather startlingly-detailed claims of computer industry insider Jack Shulman (and if you haven't read that piece yet, read it now), who seemed to confirm Lt. Col. Philip Corso's claim that Bell Laboratories (a division of American Telephone and Telegraph) was tasked with reverse-engineering certain materials allegedly found at the site of the now-legendary Roswell "flying saucer crash."

Shulman spun a dark tale of intrigue, going so far to claim that Bell executive Jack Morton was murdered (and murdered quite horribly) because he was planning to blow the whistle on the extraterrestrial source of the new technology that was just beginning to seep into the mainstream of society.

Shulman also claimed that the germanium transistor that Bell premiered in 1948 was a decoy and that the real breakthrough had come with a secret silicon transistor.

The old germanium transistors were in fact fragile, noisy and extremely difficult to work with. And despite what some may claim, the backstory on the transistor's development is filled with gaps, "sketchiness", unexplained leaps and all kinds of other red flags leading one to believe that things are not quite what they seem. 

But the transistor was merely the cherry on top of a much larger cake.

Shulman began working the UFO circuit but soon claims of threats, break-ins and harassment began to emerge from his company, ACC. CNI News reported:
Shortly thereafter, American Computer's corporate headquarters building was reportedly broken into by individuals who managed to circumvent many layers of electronic security, then searched highly sensitive files but did not steal anything of value. The break-in prompted an investigation by Air Force OSI (OSI's interest in the matter has not been explained) ...
Undaunted, Shulman's site later published "The Alien Chronicles," claiming that:
It is risky for us at ACSA to be publishing it, though it is not the product of any work done by the ACSA... It is a story that took years to assemble. It is provided to the ACSA by a Special Reporter. It is not just about his one group's quest to find out the answer to an amazing question: "Are or have Aliens been visiting Earth, over what time period, and for what purpose?" 

Note original Plan 9 from Bell Labs mascot on left

The site recounted the Bell Labs story, claiming further harassment:
During the course of the affair, employees of: Motorola, Lucent, AT+T, IBM, Dell, and others confronted ACC as if the story had struck a nerve with these Rockefeller-connected companies. 
More than one took drastic measures to interfere with ACC, including a supremacist who impersonated the company president...a militia affiliated photographer who broadcast intentionally malicious ideologies and attacks on ACC's CEO...a Libyan national who visited ACC's headquarters with intent to assassinate senior personnel, a team who broke into and searched ACC's facilities...a top secret rated facsimile transmission that was sent to the company fax† and other such incidents. 
Subsequently, after 3.5 years of constant 24 hour a day harassment from all sides, ACC left the PC business under fire from these billionaires and their giant technology concerns...
Several years later this disclaimer was added to Shulman's website:
ACSA NOTE: This unusual, satiric story first appeared on the American Computer Company Website in 1996. While clearly a tongue in cheek satire, for some members of the general public this story was taken as real and unchallengeable proof of Alien visitation and allegations of back engineered technologies. 
Yeah, that line about the germanium and the rectifier diode was a real knee-slapper. I'm still giggling about the gag about Jack Morton being incinerated in his car by Bell's hired thugs.

What a kidder.

No, the fact is that none of this reads like satire. Neither did the original ACC Roswell story, or his very inside-baseball speech at the Global Sciences Congress or any of the long, detailed interviews Shulman gave at the time, which you can still read online. 

So let's break this down: 

• A longtime industry insider emerges, makes serious allegations in a number of different venues.
• Trouble apparently follows and he disappears, claiming harassment from some very powerful people (people whom he suggested are capable of murder, incidentally). 
• Then several years later, a period in which we get no further updates but one in which his stories continue to circulate, this brief disclaimer shows up on the site. 

Well, again, I can't speak to the ultimate veracity of his claims but if Shulman wanted to give the impression he was bullied into silence, he did a pretty good job of it.

Perhaps he was reminded of what happened to Jack Morton.


Now, we've talked about the transistor, what about the circuit board, another of the building blocks of our brave new world? 

Although, again, there had been crude progenitors (using big, hot vacuum tubes), the printed, prefabricated circuit board as we know it today was developed by the US Army Signal Corps (who drew down the Moon with Project Diana in January 1946), a fascinating connection, if ever there was one.

Why did Uncle Sam decide to keep this one in-house? Maybe there were greater implications involved.

The next stage in the evolution of the Electronic Beast -- the Microchip, or integrated circuit-- would bring us back on familiar territory:
Robert Noyce at Fairchild Semiconductor developed his own idea of an integrated circuit that solved many practical problems (inventor Jack) Kilby's had not. Noyce's design was made of silicon, whereas Kilby's chip was made of germanium.
Silicon vs. germanium again. Huh. I guess it makes sense since the company that would become Fairchild was started by none other than William Shockley, after he left Bell Labs. Started, but not continued:
While Shockley was effective as a recruiter, he was less effective as a manager. A core group of Shockley employees, later known as the traitorous eight, became unhappy with his management of the company.
This group would form the core of Fairchild Semiconductor. And what exactly did Shulman say about Shockley again? 

Indeed, Shockley was a controversial figure, even at Bell Labs.
 He infuriated his colleagues by taking sole credit for the transistor, was a terrible manager at his own shop and was politically tone-deaf (Shockley became an outspoken eugenics campaigner in the 1980s, advocating that anyone with an IQ under 100 should be involuntarily sterilized).

How did such a man come to be so powerful and influential, when he seemed to be the least accomplished of his group? (one of his team members, John Bardeen, was far more accomplished, eventually winning two Nobel Prizes)

What kind of deals did Shockley make behind closed doors? And with whom?

Jack Morton passed on the microchip project, and expressed deep skepticism as to its commercial potential. Was this just short-sightedness or a man being kept out of the loop on a sensitive technology?

Or did he in fact recognize the potential and fear it? Did he see a subtle kind of invasion taking place, using all of this technology he knew had a dubious origin?

We'll never know but I will point out that the apocalypse-minded regard the microchip as the Mark of the Beast prophesied in the Book of Revelation.
Take that for whatever it's worth.

Bell Labs invoking the Gods


Shulman said Bell Labs was the Holy Grail. He wasn't kidding. Not only did they give us the transistor but filed patents on several of the first lasers, launched the first communications satellite, pioneered computer graphics and animation software, created UNIX, creating the infrastructure for wirelesss services and the Internet and on and on and on and on. 

And that was just during the 1960s.

From its inception, Bell Labs was the crown jewel of the Golden Age of American Technology, filled with some of history's greatest scientists and engineers. 

But Bell were also deeply embedded into the Cryptocracy. And their breakthroughs often seemed a bit too...sudden, is the word I'm looking for? Yes, that will do.

And during the 1940s Bell got right in bed with the US Military:

Project Nike was a U.S. Army project, proposed in May 1945 by Bell Laboratories, to develop a line-of-sight anti-aircraft missile system. The project delivered the United States' first operational anti-aircraft missile system, the Nike Ajax, in 1953. 
Nike was a fascinating program in that it invoked gods like Hermes, Zeus and Hera as well as Nike and Hercules. Nike would also put Bell Labs right inside Roswell AAFB (then called Walker AFB) in 1960..

And you know that old line about UFOs coming around because the kids were playing with the matches? Well, remember that Roswell AAFB was involved in the Crossroads testing in 1946. And that Bell Labs was part of the AT+T network.

Well, guess who else was? Sandia National Laboratories:
Their primary mission is to develop, engineer, and test the non-nuclear components of nuclear weapons. The primary campus is located on Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico... 
New Mexico again; the "Land of Enchantment" indeed.
Sandia Laboratory was operated by the University of California until 1949, when (President Truman asked) American Telephone and Telegraph to assume the operation as an "opportunity to render an exceptional service in the national interest." 
(AT+T) managed and operated the laboratory until October 1993.
Uncle Sam seemed to put an awful lot of trust in Ma Bell, didn't he? By the way, Shulman made reference to this fact in his GCC speech as well.


The provenance of the laser is equally...interesting. 
The first breakthrough theories came in 1951 through a formal Naval officer (a Lt. Commander, the equivalent of Corso) named Joseph Weber, who later found himself mired in controversy over his work on gravitational waves.

Which, as it happens, has now been confirmed, 40 years later.

Weber's laser work was in turn picked up by a Columbia professor named Charles Towne, who got to work on it with graduate students on what was then called the precursor technology called the maser, which like 'laser' is an acronym.

But just like we saw with the transistor, the Best and the Brightest thought masers were impossible:

Townes reports that several eminent physicists—among them Niels Bohr, John von Neumann, and Llewellyn Thomas—argued the maser violated Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and hence could not work. Others such as Isidor Rabi and Polykarp Kusch expected that it would be impractical and not worth the effort.
Those are the heaviest of hitters there. But the maser did work. 

And guess where Townes ends up? At Bell Labs, of course! Where he patents the first maser prototype in 1958. The first working laser would be developed at Hughes (parapolitics buffs know it doesn't get more secret government than Hughesº), but Bell would hold patents on several laser firsts themselves...
Just-released video pushing reverse-engineering
note SR71 clone.

Throughout this entire series,  I haven't been able to shake a very strange thought out of my head: what if Roswell was expected? Or in fact orchestrated?

What if Roswell were neither an accident nor a weather balloon nor a disinfo op but in fact part of a ritual that began more than a year before, specifically with Project Diana, the first contact with a celestial body from Earth? 

In the ancient Egyptian festival calendar, the day of the alleged crash, July 2, was the day that "The Wadjet Eye Has Returned Complete."

The Wadjet Eye being the Egyptian term for the Eye of Horus.

In the Aleister Crowley's notorious Book of the Law or Liber AL, we read the following in the third chapter, in which the god Ra-Hoor-Khuit speaks:
7. I will give you a war engine.  
8. With it you shall smite the peoples; and none shall stand before you. 
9. Lurk! Withdraw! Upon them! this is the Law of the Battle of Conquest: thus shall my worship be about my secret house.
Crowley's secretary Kenneth Grant would later write of Jack Parsons' Babalon Working as the initiation point to the flying saucer wave of the 40s and 50s.
"The [Babalon] Working began in 1945-46, a few months before Crowley's death in 1947, and just prior to the wave of unexplained aerial phenomena now recalled as the 'Great Flying Saucer Flap'...Parsons opened a door and something flew in."
The Babalon Working coincided with Project Diana. In fact, Diana took place on the day of the "nine knocks" that Parsons recorded in his journal (in the next post, we'll learn of another Babalon "coincidence").

In addition to the concurrent phenomenon of the ghost rockets in Scandinavia,  Marjorie Cameron claimed to witness a UFO at Parsons' home at the conclusion of the Working:
In March of 1946, Marjorie Cameron witnessed a flying saucer hovering over the Parsonage; Writing about the incident to Jane Wolfe in 1953, Cameron associated the craft with the "war engines" promised in Crowley's Book of the Law: "The flying saucers - the miracle! - our war engine! I saw the first one in the spring of 1946 at 1003."
Given this chain of events and symbolism, is it any surprise then that history's most notorious UFO event took place in the middle of the month (Mesore) the Egyptians named for the same god who had apparently prophesied this war engine?

Or that as many have noted, the supposed beings recovered from the crashed "war engine" at Roswell resembled the being Crowley claimed to have contacted in 1918?

Indeed, if what either Corso or Shulman claimed was true, the recovered craft did indeed turn out to be quite a war engine, producing all kinds of technologies just itching to be weaponized. 

But who, ultimately, was the target?

And what exactly is the war engine of Horus? I mean, is there any record of such a thing in the literature?
When Ra reigned as king over Egypt he sailed up the Nile towards Nubia, because his enemies were plotting against him. At Edfu Horus entered the bark of the great god and hailed him as father. Ra greeted the hawk god and entreated him to slay the rebels of Nubia. 
Then Horus flew up to the sun as a great winged disk, and he was afterwards called "the great god, the lord of the sky." He perceived the enemies of Ra, and went against them as a winged disk.
Oh. It's, um, a... flying disc.

Remember that the 509th Bomber Group- stationed at Roswell AAFB- took part in Operation Crossroads, whose very name called up deals with dark forces.

Add to this the Signal Corps' Project Diana and you have an unimaginably powerful invocation to Hekate, the 'Diana of the Underworld', Witch-Queen of the Crossroads.

What if "signals" were being sent into the Heavens- starting with Project Diana (the first attempt to probe another celestial body) and continuing with Operation Crossroads, which tore at the fabric of reality itself? Crazy, right?

 But what if the "Heavens" responded long before the alleged "crash?"

What if Roswell were indeed"smokescreen?"

Before you answer, be aware that we've just scratched the surface of the Bell Labs story here. And if Roswell and all the rest of it weren't bad enough, next we'll be throwing MJ-12 into the pot.

Get those tinfoil hats out...

UPDATE: If you can be bothered, people are still poring over the disinformation the Army Air Force "leaked" over the supposed Roswell crash here.
There's a "new" photo that looks like the same old junk, a kite or a balloon or whatever. And there's an ongoing analysis of the memo General Ramey was flashing for reporters (and was surely disappointed no one deciphered).

There's a debate whether a word is "viewing" or "victims" but the resolution is so poor it all depends on your bias. I can't tell either way. It looks like a "m" to me but the alleged "w" looks like a "g."

None of this explains the aftermath of the event, or the "missing" base files, which is the real Roswell smoking gun (we'll get to those). But again, I don't think an alien craft actually crashed there nor do I believe an entire Army Air Force base went into siege over a downed spy balloon, the existence of which was not actually secret.

I do believe this was all some kind of ritual, meant to create a convenient cover story for something that happened at least several months before. The symbols- and the coordinates- speak for themselves.

Not to mention the endless psyops.


NOTE: In the proto-Nine pronouncement, 'Sun of the Son," released in October of 1947, the Eye of Horus is identified with a flying saucer.

º Philip Corso devoted an entire chapter in Day After Roswell to the laser, discussing his alleged work with the Hughes organization.

** Bell Labs' secrecy may have been warranted. In France, two scientists introduced a "transistron" two months after Bell announced their transistor, which Bell had introduced to the world as a "crystal triode." Smells like corporate espionage to me...

† Strangely enough, the top secret fax Shulman claimed he was sent was contained information startlingly similar to that which Gary McKinnon claimed he found while hacking the DOD database. And we all know how that went. 


  1. Well, damn.

    If Crowley, et al. summoned *someone* through the Babalon Working, (and maybe Jack Parsons reinforced it?), well, doesn't an extradimensional origin better fit a great number of UFO reports?

    And, if Archons control humanity through fear, what better tools to unleash than microelectronic "miracles" with all sorts of military and control/ surveillance applications? That's where my thoughts are leading, anyway.

    1. Well, check out Gordon's Archonology series at Rune Soup. You might find it fits with with that quite neatly.

    2. Thank you for the recommendation. :) I'm about to start Part 4 of Gordon's series, lots of things are starting to gel.

  2. Fairchild also had iconic gear at Abbey Road (Valve compressors, but the degree of separation between the hi-tech and the consumer tech was very thin):

    1. Oh, we're not done with Fairchild. Not by a long shot.

  3. Check out the book "UFO Highway" - it explains how the U.S. stumbled across an underground base in New Mexico. Roswell happened because they were concerned that the underground nuclear testing could lead to the destruction of their underground base.

    Also in the book "UFOs, Myths, Conspiracies" by John Alexander, he attempts to debunk the whole matter. Despite that he was able to verify the background of Philip Corso, who was involved in a technology transfer program at the Pentagon.

    1. Yes, the nuclear testing seems to have a lot to do with all this. Tearing a hole in the fabric of space-time will do that. Alexander is an employee.

  4. One wonders if Crowley was critical of Parsons and Hubbard for their Babalon Working because he foresaw this result? I recall him calling the act "idiocy" and the actors "louts" in a private letter. I'd comment on his intelligence connections giving him data on the result, but he died so soon after it seems highly unlikely. Also, I'll bet the American "cousins" weren't in a sharing mood.

    Grant Morrison's The Invisibles (Vol. 2) has a storyline called "Black Science" that shows US forces collecting something he calls "magic mirror" from the Babalon/Roswell areas and adapting it into military technologies that warp and mutate its users, often for the worse. He uses that Kenneth Grant quote about opening the door and something coming through as a springboard.

    1. I think Parsons and Hubbard were incidental to all of this. There was a wave coming and they were trying to surf it. Parsons wiped out. I had a hard time picking the plot out of The Invisibles- it seemed like it was everything all at once. But maybe I wasn't as sophisticated back then.

  5. Maybe ol' Douglas Adams' observations about Brockian Ultra Cricket should be taken as a warning rather than a joke, eh?

    "Let's be blunt, it's a nasty game, but then anyone who as been to any of the higher dimensions will know that they're a pretty nasty heathen lot up there who should just be smashed and done in, and would be, too, if anyone could work out a way of firing missiles at right angles to reality."

    1. Maybe Adams was making a lot of jokes that weren't actually jokes. Food for thought...

  6. Oh yeah!

    Meanwhile, on the network spawned from these discoveries, tens of thousands of denizens try to summon an ancient Egyptian deity who's been repurposed as the god of lulz

    1. While those "meme magic" may seem like teenagers, or millennials, or bitter adults whom humor leans towards the misanthropic bent there's a serious undertone to those perverse whimsical creations which appears to me as straight up chaos magick methodology.

      Reading through that link evokes "Interview with the Vampire" specifically Brad Pitt's character reaction to meeting that Acting Troupe whom were vampires pretending to be human actors portraying vampires on stage so they could actual hide in plain site and allow their nature to take it's course.

      Likewise I get the feeling that those tongue-in-check memes are actual being created by an assortment of chaos magick practitioners using their sorcery art in a guerrila warfare fashion. What better way to circumvent the conscious mind/rational thinking with humor and invade right into the personal subconscious; which is just a hop and skip into the collective unconscious.

      Obviously one or two people caring/focusing on such work is particularly nonexistent in term of effects upon mundane reality. However, when thousands into tens of thousands and even better more start paying attention to such works then the perturbation effects become stronger within the collective unconscious and then objective/observable manifestations will be feed back to us even if we paid such imagery no mind during the initiation formation/launching.

    2. Pardon me that should have been ".... which which is just a hop and skip into the collective consciousness."

    3. Yeah, absolutely. You know huge numbers of young people describe themselves as "spiritual but not religious." But I think they're becoming much better informed on the SPIRITUAL side of things, just from availability of info. I mean the Swedenborg Foundation has some young kid giving lectures on their YouTube channel - this is the kind of stuff you used to have to pore over interlibrary loans for, and now it's all there for free, and what's more remarkable, people are READING it.

    4. I think so too. The human network is fighting against Archontic intrusion with something like open source world domination. Actually I think that might illuminate this blog arc's project - an electronic democratization of magickal consciousness.

    5. Deals with devils always end badly. This is the "War in Heaven" you keep hearing about. It's about who gets caught holding the bag when the current deal expires. Which looks like it might be doing fairly soon.

    6. I can't deny it. All I can argue in response is that for many of us, begging Jesus for forgiveness (literally or metaphorically, as you like) just isn't a meaningful option. In cases like that jumping from burning platform to burning platform may not be the most justifiable option, but it is the only one left.

  7. As the possessor of a BA in cultural anthropology I've always had awe and respect for the role of ritual in human life (just as I have had little to no patience for the million permutations of the "religion is a mental disorder" POV). But I have to say, I've always considered the main function of ritual was its effects on group dynamics and emotional well-being. I was aware of, say, feng shui being used in architecture, but I only understood it on an abstract level. I think the Lucifer series of posts have greatly deepened my understanding of how ritual may perhaps bring about outcomes beyond the psychological. Thanks so much for that.

    An aside: My wife bought me an Albuquerque Isotopes baseball cap a few months ago. Looking at it today, I noticed the brand name embroidered on the side: '47.

    1. Ritual is a very deep and complex issue that operates on a number of different levels. I don't think you can boil it down to a single function. A single ritual can function in different ways for every single participant. I think this is particularly true in these times, where individuality- or atomization- has become so dominant in our culture. Thank you very much for your observations though- it's good to hear.

  8. Hi Chris,

    Well good 'ol Jack Parsons comes up again. I was going to comment about him in a previous installment of your series when he came up on the timeline you complied but I'm glad I waited because now it's even more opportune to throw this thought in the mix.

    Jack Parsons doesn't get the accolades like Crowley neither from the Western Occult community, whatever that means, nor for Never A Straight Answer aka NASA for good reason because he was considered a renegade by both groups. He was simultaneously envied and feared but you are well aware of that from your extensive research.

    Jack Parsons solid state rocket fuel (cough) invention isn't too dissimilar from what's going on with the transistors and circuit in mysterious origins. The alternative history i.e. occult history states that Parsons actually got the rocket fuel formula from Spiritual Entities known as "Enochian Angels".

    For those not in the know, the "Enochian Angels" or "Enochian Entities" are interdimensional or perhaps outer dimensional intelligence's that revealed themselves to the Elizabethan Mathematician & Sorcerer Dr. John Dee. John Dee worked with a alchemist/Scryer by the name of Edward Kelly whom related the messages of the "angles" to Dr. John Dee who carefully documented the communications.

    They are called Enochian angels due to then lost "Book of Enoch" which was rediscovered centuries later apart of the Dead Sea Scrolls/The Nag Hammadi library.

    The so-called Enochian angels dictated their language and the complete system how to work with them, the invocations etc. Now this is where it gets a bit ominous. One of the angels told them a "final door" could only be opened from our side but Dee wasn't to be the one to open it; as related by the research of occultist Donald Tyson.

    There's a very strong vibe of "Do not open until Doomsday" about that system and yes I'm making a nod to the Outer Limits episode. If it's true that Parsons actually got the solid state rocket formula from those entities then it's very plausible that final door has been unlocked.

    Parson saga gets even weirder with the infamous "Babalon Workings" because there's a another alternative history that states that Marjorie Cameron was indeed impregnated and either miscarried or deliberating aborted the fetus. Which wouldn't even raise an eyebrow in our post-sexual revolution times. However, there was an alleged magickal act of taking the miscarried or aborted fetus and placing it within the atomic bomb test site order to either incarnate Babalon on Earth or usher in those energies. As outlandish as that may sound it's plausibly base on the other esoteric connections/links that you making with your thought provoking series.

    All the Best!!!!!

    1. Well, as I said in the group I think Parsons is interesting but really pales in comparison to people whose rituals include blowing up islands with hydrogen bombs and putting craft into deep space that invoke the old gods. Parsons is an endlessly fascinating character but he was a freelancer and he was up against an organization filled with a lot of people who were as if not more accomplished than he in both science and magic. But it's good you bring up the Enochian calls and such because I think that was very much in play behind the scenes in all of this. I just haven't got to the exact how yet.

  9. Interesting how 9 is a number cabalistically affiliated with the moon and project diana was aiming signals at the moon and getting it's echo. 9 knocks.

    1. Oh, we'll get to the Nine again later in the series...

  10. Hey Chris,

    Apologies for the delay in getting to this exquisite series of posts, but life has been trying to grind me down as of late. This is truly fantastic, awe-inspiring work. You know, there are truly filaments of meaning and potency and interconnectivity uniting this little clique of bloggers and researchers.

    I’ve been interested in the broad contours of this story for a while now…and it seems that you’ve done all the tough legwork that I was unwilling or unable to do. Except that you’ve taken it to depths and uncovered connections that I never could have. I’m particularly fascinated by the connections you’ve uncovered regarding Project Diana and Operation Crossroads.

    It’s a long story, but here’s the short version – if you’ll forgive my subjective chiming in. My mother’s name is Diana, and my father’s is the Hindu version of David. And my father was born September 11th 1947. Years ago, while conducting a series of automatic writing exercises among other things, I entered a very strange altered state of consciousness and began dictating material ostensibly channelled by something referring to itself as Hecate. This later led to me and my then-girlfriend adopting the Witch Queen of the Crossroads as our unofficial matron. Even today, both our lives are still filled with Hecate synchronicities.

    Anyways, in this automatic writing exercise I wrote about 160,000 words in just over a week. It was cray-cray, and the material was filled with hints and intimations about the very things you’re discussing in these posts. Crowley, Parsons, Operation Crossroads, Project Diana, the Council of Nine and on and on. Much of this material was filled with ‘revelations’ about my own life, as well as outright fiction and fantasy, reading more like a channelled version of Grant Morrison’s The Invisibles than a sober, scholarly work (Which I hadn’t read and wasn’t even aware of at the time).

    But…and here’s the thing, so many bits and pieces in that material have been borne out by the work of people like you and Gordon White, especially in your Stargate, Secret Trek and Lucifer’s Technologies posts. So what the hell am I to make of this? Well, I guess signals can come through even amidst distortion and background chatter. To be clear, I don’t think I was actually channelling Hecate with that material. I believe deeper, liminal recesses of my own psychology were at work. But sumthin’ strange was going on, fo’ sure. So reading stuff like this is a sheer mind-bending delight, if not a little unsettling.

    Just wanted to congratulate you on this great and educational work, Chris, as well as offer my own very subjective connection to these themes. Because of your work certain things that have baffled me for ten years now are beginning to make a little more sense. Finally, I’d like to offer my take-home reading of all this madness. It’s all about Light – its various qualities, properties and contexts - and the manipulations and applications thereof. Shine on, brother.


    1. Thank you, Raj. I fell like I'm in the middle of a very dark tunnel right now and I'm looking for that light. Those syncs you mention are powerful indeed- I'll meditate on them as I slug my way through all of this material. I want to find the happy ending, the door we can all take out of this morass together. I think you're definitely pointing in the right direction.

  11. The Isotopes team name began as the fictional name of Springfield’s home baseball team on the Simpsons and somehow managed to manifest itself in reality akin to Emmanuel Dark's ‘meme magic’ in his comments above.

    In the episode ‘Hungry Hungry Homer’ when Homer learns of a secret plan to move the team from Springfield to Albuquerque he goes on a hunger strike. The team’s corporate owners exploit his hunger strike, physically moving Homer to the stadium, distorting his message and claiming the hunger strike will continue until the team wins the pennant.

    The co-opted corporate message hiding Homer’s ‘real’ message (along with the ’47 date on your hat) seems curiously synchronous with this series of articles to me. See also the Greek/mythological links to the name ‘Homer’.

    1. Well, as I've told the FB group- and I'll probably go into here in the future- my former studio-mate and later housemate is a director on The Simpsons so I resonate with all those Simpsyncs.

  12. I like where you are going with this. I have a couple few crazy musings. I guess my question is this; Would the government agencies responsible for Roswell be considered a "cargo cult" of sorts? Or are you saying that Roswell was an "answer" to their magical workings? I used to be on a UFO forum that had an active member who posted very frequently. He had strong ties to "the aquarium", as well as the Jesuits, and he had an apparent strong gnostic leaning. If I remember right, he talked about a particular government agency as being like a cargo cult.

    Also, do you think it is possible that with the atom bomb tests, they didn't so much attract the attention of "aliens" as they did sort of "release" them from their imprisonment inside the atom?

  13. Hang on! Two famous names I haven't spotted here: Feynman, who's to blame for the integrated circuit with his 'room at the bottom' (realising that if you can just make the transistor smaller, EVERYTHING gets better); and Einstein, who predicted the laser as he was patching up an obscure bit of physics with what are known as the 'Einstein Relations'...