Sunday, February 18, 2018

ApocalypseWatch: Echoes. Things That You Said. Cha.


Wow, there's an image for you, eh Jimmy? Pretty gruesome looking fella, wouldn't you say?

What's this for?  A sacrificial altar from the new Devil May Cry video game? A reconstructed Carthaginian tophet? The cover to Slayer's new live album?



Well, why don't you pack up the fams and head over to the Alton Towers amusement park in Staffordshire and find out! 

That's right, hide your friendly neighborhood Scottish constable, Nigel; The Wicker Man is coming to Alton Towers just in time for Beltane!   


And in case you don't get the jist of exactly what this little joyride is planting deep inside your brain, check out the teaser here. We're a long way away from bonnie corn-rigs here.


But sorry, only 12 and up can be immolated within ride The Wicker Man®. 


But don't worry. For the wee wanes, Alton Towers introduces the new Tophet Teacups™ ride! It's really smokin'!



Weird how it looks vaguely familiar, though. Plus, more like a Wicker Ram.




And hey, did you hear? There's a new verb in town. 

It's "Baker-Acting," a reference to the Florida law that allows anyone to be institutionalized for up to 72 hours if the cops perceive you as a threat. 

Funny thing; the psychotic mass-murderer with the laundry list of troublemaking wasn't Baker-Acted for some arcane, utterly unknowable reason. But you can bet they won't make that mistake again. Meaning that mistake of letting everyone know he somehow "slipped through the cracks in the system."

Can't wait for the inevitable variations of Baker-Acting: like institutionalizing that kid, you know, the one who always seems a bit too emo. 

Or the suburban empty-nesters unhappy with their dream house being Eminent-Domained so the city can demolish it and give away the land to a tech giant. 

Or anyone a micrometer to the right of Yvette Felarca (ie., a "Nazi"). 

Or anyone who couldn't find a clean Orange shirt to wear on "National Wear Orange You Fucker Day." Baker-Act their ass already. 

Hold a sec, Joe:  for cryin' out loud, another frickin' school shooting. Pain in my ass. 

I'll catch this one. You go Baker-Act those mooks who tried to hide their little brat from the Transgenic Recruitment Task Force. What's that? Oh, no; that's the official name of the Mermaid Squad. Yeah.

Hey; we still on for Buffalo wings and pinochle tonight? I got a case of Michelob Light in the fridge that ain't gonna drink itself, beeotch!  Eight it is.

DID I MENTION ORION WAS ONCE CALLED THE STRING OF PEARLS?



This image here has gone viral this week. It's an excerpt from Milton William Cooper's 1991 bestseller, Behold a Pale Horse. Here Cooper talks about a process he calls Orion, allegedly developed to create spree killers in order to bring about a police state.

And here's we get to my problem with Bill Cooper again. 

While there's no doubt that the military has been working with these types of technologies for a very long time, I can't find any verifiable documentation on "Orion." The earliest example of it I can find are some mentions from some space brother-type stuff ---as well as the Preston Nichols Montauk Conspiracy crowd-- dating to the late 80s. 

This little snip here keeps coming up over and over:
Project ORION (DREAMLAND), 1958, U.S.A.F.:
Description -- Drugs, hypnosis, and ESB.
Targeting -- Short range, in person.
Frequency range: ELF modulation. Transmission and reception by radar and microwaves.
Purpose: Top security debriefing, programming, insure security and loyalty.
Effects: Narcoleptic trance states, programming by suggestion.
Functional Basis: Electronic dissolution of memory, E.D.O.M. 
But I can't seem to find it in any of the source books I trust. A "Project Orion" did exist, but it was a nuclear missile study and not an MK project.


From what we've been told it wasn't a very far trip to bugout insanity for this Cruz kid, but the fact remains he may well have hitched a ride anyway. 

Voices in the head are pretty standard fare for schizophrenia, but we're hearing more to indicate he had a whole different set of problems.


Which brings us to Voice-to-Skull microwave technology, which is pretty well catalogued in the public record. Ten years ago we even saw this weird saga pop up on Wired (of all the damn places) about the Army's VTS brag-site that was up for a time and then got yanked offline.

Then of course, there's this:
1981 - 1982 "Between 1981 and September 1982, the Navy commissioned me to investigate the potential of developing electromagnetic devices that could be used as non-lethal weapons by the Marine Corp for the purpose of 'riot control', hostage removal, clandestine operations, and so on." Eldon Byrd, Naval Surface Weapons Center, Silver Spring MD. (From "Electromagnetic Pollution" by Kim Besly, p12.)
Now, bear in mind when I use terms like "well-catalogued" and "well-attested," I'm saying precisely that. Something can be well-catalogued and only exist on paper. 

I mean, the Moon Landings are pretty well-catalogued, right? Well, except for all the telemetry data and so on. But you get my meaning.


Even so, bear in mind that Byrd was working on these programs at the US Naval Surface Weapons Center and that there's a US Naval Surface Warfare Center a hop and a skip away from Parkland, FLA

Coincidence? Sure, maybe. One giant mother of a coincidence, though.


And let's also bear in mind that the Las Vegas shooter allegedly told his favorite prostitute that the government chaps could take over his brain, too.


Then there's Orion Krause, the gentle, thoughtful musical prodigy who decided one fine day that it was getting around that time to beat his wealthy family to death with a baseball bat, strip naked, roll around in the mud and then go next door to ask his neighbor for medicine.

That was 23 days before Las Vegas, incidentally. 


As Fate would command, young Orion's family lived just up the gully from Fort Devens (formerly the US Army Intelligence School) and adjoining FMC Devens, a lock-up for high-profile Federal prisoners like Joker Tsarnaev. 

But we're not done here yet.

You know those super-soldier chappies you keep hearing about on Project Camelot? Well, as it happens the top spot for creating them is "Natick," AKA The United States Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center. 

Yes, "Soldier Engineering." You read that right. From the LA Times:
"Imagine the psychological impact upon a foe when encountering squads of seemingly invincible warriors protected by armor and endowed with superhuman capabilities," said MIT nanotechnology apostle Edwin Thomas. 
Then again, sophisticated gadgetry can't do everything. That's why Natick's John Munroe wants to find a courage pill. During a study of war games in Louisiana, he says, researchers noticed that 10% of the soldiers made 90% of the kills. 
If a chemical to reduce fear were synthesized, GIs would be far more effective, he reasons. "You can give our guys all these neat gadgets, but if they get out there and freeze under fire, it's all useless," says Munroe, whose Natick ID card hangs from a neck strap that reads, "Nowhere to hide." 
"It's not just about how much high-tech stuff we have," he concludes. "It's about who we are inside."


Oh man, pills are over. It's all about the ELF now. Natick's not far from Orion's killzone either.


And so on.

AND FROM OUR OCCULT-MAINSTREAMING NEWSDESK



Oh, take that to the bank. I'd say a lot more besides him to boot.

But shouldn't that read "for his success?" OCD. Sorry.



And remember Nathan Chen? Our Falling Morning Star?




Well, guess what? The Morning Star rose again! Did a whopping 6...um, those little spinny things or whatever. Quads. 

Was it the witchcraft? You already know my answer.


And according to the Brooklyn Vegan website, Marilyn Manson had an onstage meltdown at the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, Long Island.

Sources report Manson got extremely upset and distraught when he realized he was actually onstage at the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, Long Island.

Another source close to the band reported Manson lost his temper because he needed to inject himself back into the news cycle.



And wouldn't you just know it; Rosie the Riveting decided the Florida school shooting aftermath was the perfect opportunity to selflessly promote her new single, "Sirene", from the upcoming Planet 9 album.

Thank you so much, Rosie. I'm sure all the grieving families will find great strength in this.

Despite the title, "Sirene" sounds less Fraserian than like Siouxsie Sioux solo record you listened to a couple times and then sold for 75 cents at the late, lamented Slappy Joe's CD Shack.


Hey; you bought yourself a very tasty Snickers bar with that 75 cents. So quit your whining.



And just to cap off the week's activities, Elon MuskratLove is launching Osiris's missing penis the Falcon 9 this morning, so they can put even more surveillance junk in orbit. 

And yes, he knows the Tesla launch looked fake as shit. That's how you know it's real, Elon MuskForMen replied.

Because it looked really, really fake. Only things that are real look completely fake.


UPDATES



Valentine's Day morning.



Seriously, dude? 


Go read this now. We'll be here when you get back.


Make note of this detail. Plus the accused shooter's fractured hand.

Orange.

Orange.


Orange. #fraserfactor



88 comments:

  1. Wikipedia says Adam Rippon was born 11/11; nothing about his parents; had major surgery before his first birthday, supposedly to repair his hearing loss.

    His entire team, coached by Rafael Arutunyan, looks like a mix of military brats and Disney kids. Makes sense - it takes a special breed of humans to tackle all that spinning.

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    1. I found some info about his parents. No ties to military that I could find, but some interesting info - here's an article:

      https://heavy.com/sports/2018/02/adam-rippon-family-parents-mother-boyfriend-father-photos/

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    2. Thanks for the link. So Adam's mum is a hypnotherapist / NLP guru, and dad does work for police departments. Makes sense.

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    3. Lol-- you're welcome and yes, seems to make sense.

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    4. "Rippon’s mother, Kelly Rippon, runs a company called Authentic Change; its website describes it as “a specialized transition and thinking company. It is an international collective of trained experts in all areas of change ranging from the multi-dynamic conditions of the individual, the athletic and performance arena to the corporate environment.”

      Amazing how New Agers can throw a bunch of words together and entirely elude any kind of meaning whatsoever.

      "The website says that Rippon’s mother is a hypnotherapist who practices “Emotional Freedom Technique,” writing, “She received advanced training in Neuro-lingustic programming at Bennett Stellar University in Ware, England. She is also a practitioner of EFT, (Emotional Freedom Technique). She is a certified life and success coach, Master Practitioner in NLP, Reiki Practitioner and a certified hypnotherapist. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation, American Board of Hypnotherapy and Society of Neuro-lingustic Programming.”

      And there you have it.

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  2. Re Nathan Chen, precisely my point from a couple posts ago. 20th-century olympic legends struggled with triple jumps after 20-odd years of practising. Many permanently messed up their knees. Today a teenager lands half a dozen QUADs in one program. Quints are on the way, I have no doubt.

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  3. My last figure-skating salvo for today: Michelle Kwan was raised in the spook-infested Torrance, CA. No wonder that after retiring, she married into a WASPer-than-WASPs New England political dynasty (her husband ran for Governor of Rhode Island). Oh, and she was an "outreach coordinator" for Hillary '16.

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    1. Torrance, eh? What is it about that 'burb? Just noted in my book review of "Monsters Among Us" a 1985 account from two young people who encountered a creature calling to them from a manhole in a parking space at a Torrance apartment complex. The creature knew the young girl's name. Apparently a network of underground tunnels in that area.

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    2. I love that kinda creepy stuff - could you please link us up? Thanks

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    3. You bet, Paul: http://www.reddirtreport.com/rustys-reads/book-review-monsters-among-us-linda-s-godfrey

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    4. The Pell family. There's a brood to marry into, alright.

      Claiborne Pell. Pell Grants. Plus, the UN.

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  4. Chris, good post. You may already know this one, but when it comes to early mind control stuff, search the word "Greenbaum". It has to do with taking puppet like overt control of a properly suggestible person. Its been around a long time, but i'm suspecting there's tech involved, and it most likely has recently been, not only "improved", but also more "available" to our pathological overlords. Yea! Onward and downward ...Guitardave.

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    1. There's your "spirit in the sky"!

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    2. Gloria Naylor wrote a Novel, "1996," about her experience on the receiving end of VTSkull technology after she ran afoul of a neighbor who was related to at high-up NSA type who put Naylor on the naughty list. Very interesting book. She was lucky she had a friend on gov who helped call off the dags, but only after she was driven near to suicide. Note that she died recently at a somewhat "young" age. Now, again, if you could send some dickheads out with a VTS setup that could also read and create audio out of the victim's thoughts back in 96, what could they do now?

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    3. It boggles the mind, really. It's becoming so brazen. And why not? Anyone who notices can be shouted into silence by the Twittermob Harpies. Let it all hang out. Allen Dulles would be so proud.

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  5. I think I was actually hit with the sound to skull tech in Vegas around 2000-2001. I was lying in bed a I heard a voice, very clearly and strongly ask “Are you a murderer?” It was physically unlike anything I had ever heard before, and I am very familiar with psychedelics so I immediately recognized it as being from outside.

    In retrospect it is easy to see such voices being highly effective against people without a strong sense of identity. Say those on antidepressants or who have been subject to trauma-based dissociation.

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    1. I wonder if tinnitus makes you more or less susceptible to skull tech.... My life once again saved by rock 'n' roll.

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    2. I had tinnitus from the Army. 5K generators. Never thought about it.

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    3. Important to note when havig to discusss these matters with the great unenlightened: Hearing voices in one's head like this was discovered when RAF pilots were using ground imaging radars that were meant to improve nocturnal bombing accuracy. THe radar operators noticed they were hearing other crewmembers who ere using the intercom ... in their heads. The Brits being the Brits, they got to work right away on evil uses of the phenomenon. So when people want to talk about 'tinfoil hats' - now ya know!

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    4. I guess when you're an island nation with grand ambitions you have to get creative with your conquest itinerary.

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  6. nice nod to the Police song. "Voices Inside my Head" cha!

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    1. I don't know if I'm familiar with that one. Which album is it on?

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    2. Zenyatta Mondatta...I thought that was where you were getting the title for this post? the lyrics are literally "Voices...inside my head, echo things that you say/said"...repeated over and over then the ending part, Sting sings "cha" and repeats it

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  7. Jesus H. Christ! A rollercoaster glorifying the Wicker Man and human sacrifice? Chris, it seems to me the riders will also be symbolically sacrificed everytime they go through the fire on the ride. Willingly being symbolically sacrificed in one of the most horrifying ways of the Dark Ages - and paying for it to boot! I'll say one thing about the general public in that the term 'the great unwashed' really applies as they are ignorant as hell and revel in it. We live amongst the people that laughed at Noah, as it were.

    Then again, it must be okay because they are now all instructed how to be safe - constantly. I've noticed it's a buzzword that is now in the daily lexicon. Turn on the news, talk shows, the internet, etc. and all you hear/read is "what you need to know to keep you safe" or "how to safely (insert verb here)." It is reinforced in the public mind daily to fear everything from sun-up to sundown. Then there's the other fears such as be afraid to offend, be afraid to speak, be afraid to think, just be goddamned afraid! It's a wonder the automatons can function at all.

    There was a time the human race was fearless, adventurous, exploratory, and determined. Now, it has devolved into an obsessively fearful species that revels in its weaknesses, cowardism, increasing paganism, and is pathologically obsessed with bragging about who gets to f**k who and how. The human race experiment is over.

    Whatever happened to the spirit that looked up at the stars in wonder and was determined to get out there? I guess Capt. Kirk will forever remain a one-time creation back on a Desilu soundstage. Too bad. It seems the show that inspired us to reaching out into space was only really meant to plant the early stages of the evilness of political-correctness and it has worked. Quite a stealth number by Hollywood.

    By the way, we always hear about schools having school resource police officers on premises. How come it seems each school that has a Parkland-type incident never seems to have an armed officer around?

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    1. Just MAYBE the 'Captain Kirk' of the 'Desilu' soundSTAGE just realized that it's experiment was FUCKED from the get go...,,, like a fucking PSYCHOPATH ritual 'WORKING'??
      PLEASE!!

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    2. There was a time when the human race wasn't locked up in concrete zoos and stripped of any manner of true spirituality. This is the Great Arc here, of a world civilization calendar moving into Autumn.

      As to Parkland, I guess this is what happens when your KingKill ritual don't pan out the way you intended. I'm getting a Plan B whiff here.

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  8. Yvette Felarca? Chris It is a Sunday for Christ's sake!

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  9. If anyone thinks the shooter kid wasn't used then they aren't paying attention. Did you hear how the school was named for a woman who was against "draining the swamp/Everglades?"

    The Olympics is very 20th Century in flavor. Nice these folks are so accomplished in their sport but everyone has moved on.

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    1. I just want to know how exactly why the FBI ignored the tips and his ex-Army Intel guardian didn't notice any of this. But that will earn me a Twitterblitz so maybe I'll just talk about kittens and gumdrops instead.

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  10. Marylin Manson melted down on stage? Oh brother! This is surely Ragnarok then.

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    1. Oh, I know. He's a pillar of emotional stability most of the time. Something must be terribly wrong.

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  11. oh snap - look what little tidbit popped up in this article: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/parkland/florida-school-shooting/fl-school-shooting-family-helped-nikolas-cruz-20180217-story.html The husband of the couple who took in Nikolas Cruz after his mother died in November? "James, 48, is a decorated army veteran and a military intelligence analyst who served stints in the Middle East between 1988 and 1996. " and also "He seemed to be doing well and wanted to be an army infantryman. He [Nikolas] was excited when an army recruiter visited [the adult education] school [he was attending] recently."

    The husband of the couple was a military intelligence analyst, but noooooooooooo one knew what was going on. Okie dokie, then.

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    1. And if Cruz really was the shooter this would be one of the places to explore in any search to find who gave him his patsy training. Most likely it was at this point or he caught someone's eye in the JROTC.

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    2. Cruz also had a boxer fracture on his right hand from a fall three weeks earlier and removed his 2nd cast the morning of the shooting.

      Also, according to the guy (military intelligence guy) where he was staying when she saw him after the incident,
      “He said he was sorry. He apologized. He looked lost, absolutely lost,” said James. “And that was the last time we saw him.”

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    3. Hey, on another topic entirely and completely, too bad the Mueller probe wasn't able to dig up anything they could pin on Trump, eh?

      I have absolutely no idea why I brought that up.

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    4. Mueller trying to take down Russia's version of 4chan is certainly amusing if nothing else.

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  12. New library in Tianjin, China:

    https://goo.gl/images/Sd3nGp

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  13. Huh, came across a Bill Cooper clip predicting 9/11 just before reading your latest.

    Just because he was paranoid doesn't mean they weren't out to get him.

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    1. Yes, indeed. Always pretty obvious he was retired in the customary manner for loose cannon intel chappies.

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  14. Sorry for linking this in an unrelated post, but wanted to get this to ya and didn't see an email address here.

    Figured you may be unaware of this bit of VEGA related info since I don't take you as the type to have time for video games. In the 2016 DOOM reboot, VEGA is the name of a central AI operating at a Mars facility where a portal to hell is opened by a shady group which is harnessing the "powers of hell" as an energy source.


    "VEGA was created using a combination of advanced technology and Hell artifacts. It is a fully sentient Artificial Intelligence that runs most if not all of the Mars UAC facility.

    Shortly after its creation, VEGA was subjected to the Turing Test by having many university students ask the AI questions, using a volunteering professor to fact check the answers. By the end of the test, nearly 90% of the students were convinced that they were not talking to an AI, but an actual person. What the students did not know is that VEGA also played the role of the professor.

    VEGA assists the Doom Marine by providing valuable intelligence on objectives, as well as allowing the Doom Marine to upgrade his suit. Near the end of the events on Mars, VEGA determines the only way to open a third and final portal to Hell is by sacrificing itself to create the surge of Argent Energy needed to create a Hell portal. Upon returning from the Titan's Realm of Hell, VEGA directs the Doom Marine in destroying the massive facility that makes up the AI's processing center."

    http://doom.wikia.com/wiki/VEGA

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    1. Oh yes- I've posted on that in the past, Markov.

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  15. Couldn't find anything in my library relating to that "Project Orion" that Cooper mentions, but did find some eerie parallels with a murder case that has gone down the memory hole, courtesy of Jim Keith's "Mind Control, World Control":

    "On May 5, 1991,Carl Campbell went to a bus stop in the parking lot of the Pentagon, and fired five gunshots into the chest and abdomen of Navy Commander Edward J. Higgins, who worked as an arms control specialist for the Department of Defense. Campbell was examined by psychologists who reported that Campbell had been haunted by voices, and believed he had been injected with a microchip by the CIA. Although Campbell was charged with first degree murder, he was ruled mentally incompetent to stand trial." --From Chapter 22, "Berserkers", pp.169-170

    Also relevant was mention in Chapter 25: "In Your Head", pp.215-216, of the GWEN (Ground Wave Emergency Network Towers) that were put up in the 1980s as part of the COG (Continuity of Govt) plan & FEMA directives. The GWEN towers are "almost 300 feet tall, and a 330 foot web of copper wiring extends out from them, broadcasting bursts of very low frequency (VLF) messages at 20 minute intervals. These towers are spaced 200 miles apart from each other and describe a straight line across America. At this time (as of 1997) there are 54 operational towers, although at least 29 more are scheduled to be constructed."

    It goes on to state that "GWEN is a superb system, in combination with cyclotron resonance, for producing behavioral alterations in the civilian population."

    Because we haven't been altered enough, apparently...

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    1. I guess the boys down in basement working on those pie in the sky "smart phones" won out in the end. Thanks, David. Nutrient-rich, per usual.

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  16. Staged events, fake news, deceptions, diversions, distractions, esoteric/occult/satanic/luciferian efflorescence, tinnitus, etc.

    These will increase.

    There will be a greater schism and subliminal friction between the somnolent and the coffee smellers.

    Remember, eschatology is a thought crime, tantamount to conspiracy to commit terrorism...

    Incidentally, if the secret sun is 200 times closer than the textbooks purport it to be, it is also possible the moon is a tad closer... a tad less massive, less solid...

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    1. Incidentally, for those folk unaware of what is causing the tinnitus phenomena...

      Increased tinnitus is caused by interactions with the antagonistic magnetic field that Earth is entering into ever more, each year.

      See https://watchers.news/2018/02/12/cosmic-accelerators-and-the-magnetic-structure-of-matter/

      The planted 'flat Earth' conspiracy that it's a form of mind control of the masses is one of those 'more comforting explanations' provided to reassure the less discerning.

      The masses are already quite sufficiently controlled...

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    2. REALLY?
      Olympia is Seduced by Jupiter, Whose Thunderbolt is Seized by an Eagle.
      The OG '200'?

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    3. It would be more plausible if you understood our dance with the secret sun. :-\

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    4. The Universe is flat.

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    5. Always eager to see some data on these phenomena, Zod.

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  17. Sounds like our CIAfriends are really cranking up the wattage on their microwave tower mind-control broadcasts.

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    1. Why not? Who even notices but a handful of weirdos anymore?

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  18. randomly came across this "documentary" yesterday, The Sign, produced by AT&T and released on 9/23/17. awfully strange that AT&T is producing documentaries about the Apocalypse:

    http://start.att.net/exclusive/audience/the-sign-documentary

    "Will an unprecedented planetary alignment bring forth prophecies of the apocalypse? The Sign explores intersections of science, religion, and history while documenting the lives of real people preparing for the coming signs of the end, arriving on September 23rd, 2017.

    People believe that the end is nigh. They are willing to do what it takes to survive. Is this mass paranoia? Or is this a sign of something to come?"

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    1. If they wanted a good prepper story they should have just followed America's Top Vampire and friends around NZ:

      https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/feb/15/why-silicon-valley-billionaires-are-prepping-for-the-apocalypse-in-new-zealand

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    2. AT&T? The company whose official symbol is a golden angel? Who ran Bell Labs and Sandia and all the rest of it? Who are HQ'd near Dealey Plaza?

      I don't think that's strange at all, Andrew.

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    3. As a resident in NZ, I would not want to be living here during any kind of major geophysical 'pole shift' or similar type of Earthly reset that Zod likes to keep reminding us of. Volcanoes and earthquakes are part of life here. One can only assume that perhaps the eschaton will be man made and not natural..? More smoke and mirrors? Or perhaps these prepping billionaires aren't as high up in the food chain as those with the real inside knowledge? Either way I'd rather they didn't come down here, there's enough sheep here already! NZ is somewhat famous as a test bed for social engineering.

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  19. To illustrate further the lameness of the FBI's "didn't have enough to act" BS about the Cruz online posts under his own name, it seems the FBI will now need to explain how the Cruz case was different from this one:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-16/this-short-seller-pressed-tweet-then-the-fbi-showed-up

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    1. It's an election year, right? Think on it.

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  20. A couple of semi-syncs, including the latest in human-animal hybrids here:

    https://www.rt.com/usa/419126-sheep-chimera-human-cells-organ-transplant/

    And on the subject of animals, this "otters try drown dog" story has some sirenesque elements:

    https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/angry-otters-attempted-to-drown-b-c-dog-witness-says-1.3806385

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    1. We'll get to those hybrids soon enough.

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  21. btw, voices in the head is elemetary technology. in russian scientific monographs are available with all the details. diy types could download the book and experiemnt as much as they like provided they can read russian, understand rf and have a good lab and sources for the parts. easy peasy. almost forgot, the book is available on https://www.twirpx.com/

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  22. appendix: search for Тигранян

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  23. 800K waiting for him, until he met his new military intel parents. Then the 800K got spent by people who really know how to spend 800K

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    1. Oh, I believe it. It's why PKD wondered if the Russians were messing with his head after the whole 2/3/74 thing.

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  24. Read about a sudden online increase in reports of Peripherals meaning : "shadow people" during the week before Valentine's Day.Reminds one of the "bodachs" from Odd Thomas.

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  25. Mr. knowles

    Just got a chance to watch Arronofsky's "Mother!". Aeonbyte did a really good breakdown of the gnostic implications and they are spot on. Kristen Wig's character is Bardem's publicist and is distinctly shown wearing a set of pearl earrings. Very noticeable in that I couldn't spot any other characters with pearls.

    Also. Just saw Black Panther. Not as much subtext as I expected but I did notice they went with a heavy technological lean. The fictitious nation of Wakanda is set to bring their advanced public and distribute them to the world. Interesting timing considering the tech that could start to be rolled out.

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    1. Very interesting, UU. Aronofsky lost me a way's back. His symbolism is as a subtle as a dogfart at dinnertime. Very gifted technically, but I dunno...

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  26. Did you ever read Robert Guffey's book, Chameleo?
    From Amazon:

    "A mesmerizing mix of Charles Bukowski, Hunter S. Thompson, and Philip K. Dick, Chameleo is a true account of what happened in a seedy Southern California town when an enthusiastic and unrepentant heroin addict named Dion Fuller sheltered a U.S. Marine who'd stolen night vision goggles and perhaps a few top secret files from a nearby military base. Dion found himself arrested (under the ostensible auspices of The Patriot Act) for conspiring with international terrorists to smuggle Top Secret military equipment out of Camp Pendleton. The fact that Dion had absolutely nothing to do with international terrorists, smuggling, Top Secret military equipment, or Camp Pendleton didn't seem to bother the military. He was released from jail after a six-day-long Abu-Ghraib-style interrogation. Subsequently, he believed himself under intense government scrutiny - and, he suspected, the subject of bizarre experimentation involving "cloaking"- electro-optical camouflage so extreme it renders observers practically invisible from a distance of some meters - by the Department of Homeland Security. Hallucination? Perhaps - except Robert Guffey, an English teacher and Dion's friend, tracked down and interviewed one of the scientists behind the project codenamed "Chameleo," experimental technology which appears to have been stolen by the U.S. Department of Defense and deployed on American soil. More shocking still, Guffey discovered that the DoD has been experimenting with its newest technologies on a number of American citizens. A condensed version of this story was the cover feature of Fortean Times Magazine."

    At one point Guffey mentions that his friend, the drug addict who is the book's subject, was out in the desert with another fellow when they come upon what appear to be a group of upright, armed apes in military uniforms apparently conducting military maneuvers. Sounds like so much blather. Except it's convincing.

    In my opinion. Guffey's book carries weight primarily because he doesn't appear to be selling an agenda. He's very upfront about his friends drug problems and admits fairly early that it all may be a drug fueled hallucination. Except he keeps finding all of this annoying evidence that seems to support what his friend says.

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    1. One obscure follow-up story on the Skinwalker Ranch suggested that military cloaking tests explained many of the camera-related anomalies there. And of course, Bigelow bought the place so make of that what you will.

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    2. Isn't that technology out in the open now? Pretty sure it it. Cheers, Anony.

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  27. Flanigan Neurophone

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    1. Man- GREAT band name. Someone steal it.

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  28. Just two weeks ago I saw The Wicker Man movie for the first time (I was surprised I hadn't seen it before, as I thought I had and just couldn't remember much about it...but no, definitely never saw it before two weeks ago). I thought it odd how in the special features the actors all talked about how important that film was and "groundbreaking". I didn't recall it ever being considered more than a cult film, but I'm not the best judge of that, since I only saw it the first time two weeks ago. Anyway, this synched rather disturbingly for me.

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    1. I saw the 1973 version shortly after it came out. It's hardly the celebration of paganism that many say it is. Sure, the pagan lifestyle looks like fun, and the Christian policeman is a prig and a fool. But he thinks he's saving a little girl's life, and the people who kill him are as superstitious and cruel as any witch hunter ever was. People who believe it makes paganism look good should look again.

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    2. Well, it was meant to be a horror film, just not a typical one for that time period.

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    3. I don't think it's a horror film. I see it more as a chiller. Great Scots accent on Woodward's part. Lee didn't even try.

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  29. Everyone! It's a trap(Akbar meme). Chris here is a vegan!
    Getting us to think in vegan ways to turn us vegan under the ruse of getting intelligence on the vegans. We want to understand the vegans but that desire will turn us vegan.

    Why else would he be the Author of the Eagle/vegan Award-winning Our Gods Wear Spandex.....

    ??

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  30. Chris, I just saw a trailer for a Spanish/French film called "Cold Skin" from 2017. Set at a loney lighthouse, the new lighthouse tender discovers fish people and - based on the trailers - seems to be developing a deeper rapport with a fish girl. Her name is siren backwards or jumbled or something. That nation coming out of the sea in Revelation keeps coming to mind.

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    1. Yeah, I've seen that trailer. Need to track down the actual movie.

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  31. Here's another Vega for you, about to enter the mainstream:

    https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/feb/18/daniela-vega-transgender-star-film-industry-a-fantastic-woman-interview

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  32. You know, you might make a better case for this stuff without the stupid little Trumpian nicknames for people that show your utter (juvenile) contempt for them. And maybe without entire swaths of the blog where you appear to be talking to yourself, and answering back.

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    1. Hey- are you bigoted against plural beings? You some kind of pluraphobe? Check your privilege, singular entity. I consider all this a macroaggression.

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