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Recommended Reading, Watching and Listening.

What to do? What to think? Who to believe? Who to trust? What can you do?

These questions are as difficult as they are crucially important. As people around start to wake up and the impending take over and subsequent, widespread “depopulation” of the planet they live on, they are frequently shocked.  Scared, sad, in denial or depressed by seeing the world as it really is, and not how it is feed to your Alpha State conditioned mind. Alpha state is not a “bad” state of mind, it’s quite good for you, but it’s also where you’re 25x more open to suggestions and the key to “successful” TV programming)

Here are some easy to watch & understand videos that can help you start your journey:

Movies:

Esoteric Agenda – Benjamin Stewart’s first movie and a great place to start. You can read my previous blog about esoteric knowledge and the occult if you’d like a little primer before you start.

Kymatica – This is one of those movies I try to watch about once a month, because it’s just good to remind yourself of some things. This movie covers life, from the microscopic to the macroscopic, yet is never preachy or overtly scary.

Zeitgeist – You have to be very, VERY careful with this movie. The original, linked here, is a 3 part documentary of sorts. Some parts will offend you, keep your mind out and don’t fall into thought habits. There’s a tone of accurate and powerful information here and it’s a must to watch. However, beware what comes next…

Zeitgeist Addendum – is the follow up movie. It has a hidden agenda, and that is to sell you on the idea of the NWO. Still, a lot of the data (most of the first part) is still stuff you really should watch. When then get to the end, the part about Jacques Fresco and the Venus project hit the pause button, clear your head for a second before you proceed. Jacques is a “social engineer”, and much like  most like minded people, such as Bertrand Russel & Aldous Huxley he is a Eugenicist. If you stop and notice the pictures of Fresco’s beautiful, sweeping, modern societal designs you’ll notice one thing they all have in common; there are hardly any people walking around these great cities. Why? Well, we have to get rid of a lot of you. I mean a LOT… like most. But that’s a topic for another blog…

End Game – Forget what you think you know about Alex Jones, all the cointelpro, lies and defaming… I’ve been listening to Alex for almost a decade and he is a true blue, non-partisan, liberty loving American. I don’t agree with everything he says (I’m not a text-book christian like he is) but his research is spot on, his facts are accurate and his fire and brimstone approach is well deserved. Here are a couple others that may help complete the picture:

Fall Of The Republic – up to date chronicling of our recent, gigantic losses of liberties, under both parties.

The Obama Deception – A study of the lie that is our current president. No, I’m not a republican. Calm down and open your mind to the fact that there is a very really probability you have been lied to. Again.

There are a great number of other educational and eye opening videos out there. Yes, some of them are a click away from some other nonsense, kooky video about aliens.

Here is a list list of some books, videos, movies, Podcasts and other items I’ve found helpful over the years;

Books:

The Creature From Jekyll Island – (G. Edward Griffin) The grand-daddy of them all. If you can only buy one of these books, get this one. It chronicles the origins of the Federal Reserve, who started it, what it’s function was to be and what it was always supposed to be used for (hint: it wasn’t stabilizing the US economy)

Tragedy & Hope – (Caroll Quigly). The CFR’s record keeper and New World Order advocate wrote a tell tale book of the inner working and mind set of the global power elite. This book was very swiftly yanked from the shelves, but it is no longer as hard to find as it once was.

The Anglo-American Establishment – (Caroll Quigly). A very thorough accounting of the origins of today’s global governing bodies.

None Dare Call It Conspiracy – (Allen / Abraham) An excellent expose of the small group of people behind nearly every major political / social coup, uprising and revolution since the Bolsheviks.

The Bilderberg Group – (Daniel Estulin) Estulin has devoted his life to following this group of global policy makers. The mention of this group was once met with either blank stare or eye-rolling mockery. Oh, but now they have a website.

Again, tons more out there… the agendas and activities of the Global Elite / NWO / World Masters have been documented for ages, and now they’re just hiding in plain sight. Just paste any of these titles into the search engine at Amazon and you’ll get many suggestions worth checking out.

Radio / Podcasts / Websites:

Alex Jones Show Radio, Podcast, Website

Dave Emory Radio, Podcast, Website

Alan Watt Radio, Podcast, Website

Lastly, just google the names below, watch some videos and here what they all have to say:

Gerald Celente, Webster Tarpley, Lyndon Larouche, David Icke…

If you give a couple hours of your life to being open to new information, you’ll find that the world makes a lot more sense.


“Conspiracy Theory” – Let’s talk about it

Aliens have Elvis! Bigfoot ate my Schnauzer! Batboy dating Jennifer Aniston!

These are the types of non-sense, clearly fictitious headlines that get plastered on new rags at your local super market. Well, perhaps not so much as when I was growing up. Current fascinations seem to center around mind rotting, reality programming, but you get the point. These stories are pure sensationalism.

Now, a group of people banding together in a dark, smoke filled room, pulling on beards, twisting long mustaches, bent over a table top map of the world and belting out the occasional , Dr. Evil style “bwa ha, bwa ha ha…. bwa ha ha ha” as they plan the ultimate destruction of, well… everything. Surely not. These are stories that people in tin-foil hats tell each other, right? Don’t be a nut job! Oh, you’re one of “THEM”! “Conspiracies”!!! Poppycock!, Stuff and non-sense, old man! Good god, you’re depressing, why do you think about stuff like this!?!? You know none of this is real, right?

So, you don’t believe in Conspiracies? Okay, I guess you don’t believe in Football either. What does football have to do with conspiracies? It’s how the game is played. A group gets together, in a huddle (the word itself has the same origin as the word “hide”) to discuss a secret plan that will move their agenda forward at the cost of their opponent. Yep, that’s it. That’s all a “Conspiracy” is. It is how business is handled in most cases. It’s no more vaporous, spooky or scoff-able  than that. So, get over it.

Why is it that the concept of a group of people making a plan in secret to move their agenda forward at the cost of others is such a point of contention, mockery and downright anger to some people? Well, a lot of people cannot accept that the world they’ve been sold isn’t exactly what’s really happening. However, there are other issues to consider, such as cointelpro, misleading smokes screens or disinformation.

Not all that long ago, the mention of somethings as “insane” as, say,  area 51, would have labeled you a laughing stock. “Oh, right, and we didn’t go to the moon, and Lee Harvey didn’t shoot Kennedy…” You see how instantly anything outside of the accepted norm is immediately lumped into an all encompassing pool of immediate dismissal. That is, until technology advanced to the point that you could no longer hide a secret testing facility in the desert. Then it was “well, there’s no such thing as area 51… I mean, unless you talk to some people that work there. They sometimes call it that, but that’s not what it is, it’s… it’s… oh, you have pictures… oh, well then… yes. But of course EVERYONE knew that!”. It is denied until the last possible moment, then when all the lies collapse, the know-it-alls will flip 180 degrees and say they knew it all along and chide you for making such a big deal out of a “known issue”.

What typically happens when people are trying to hide something in plain sight or obfuscate the truth is;

A) Denial of accusation and dismisall of accuser (“Honey, I was not at the bar and you’re a nut job for saying it”). B) Pleading guilty to a lesser charge (“I only stopped by to say hi to a friend and I left right away”). C) Distraction and diversion (“what do you mean I was at the bar?.. good god, Godzilla is outside the window!!) and D) Inflating the accusation to an absurd level (“Oh right Honey, I got smashed at the bar, married a hedge hog and killed a hooker. What’s wrong with you?”). Or, person A: “I believe there is a secret base in the desert”. Person B: “Oh, right, and it’s FULL of aliens that secretly run the world”.

Next is the issue of how our language is used. Terms like “Conspiracy nut”, “birther” or “tea bagger” are all intended to diminish and mock the point of view of a person before you even hear it. Notice how each of the terms has a built in condemnation or invalidation in the way they’re presented. A great description of what a Conspiracy “Theory” (because that’s how they’re always mentioned, as if precluding that they already couldn’t possible be true) is found in the opening of In Plane Sight (below). Now, before anyone gets their pants in a twist, has their blood pressure sky rocket or rolls their eyes; we NOT going to talk about 9/11 here. If you don’t want to watch the first few minutes, I’ll paraphrase here:

If I buy a lottery ticket, in “theory” I could win the lottery. This will remain only a theory, until I actually buy a ticket. At this point, it is no longer a theory, but a possibility. The more I buy, the better my chances are. If someone says something is possible “in theory”, it means just that. But the minute there is any piece of evidence that their idea MIGHT be true, it is no longer theory, it is now a possibility. And the more evidence you find to support your idea, the more possible, and then the more plausible, this theory becomes.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2361717427531377078

There, that’s it. No scary monsters, no space babies, no maniacal laughter. No reason to mock, admonish or ridicule. Just an explanation of what a Conspiracy Theory is; the idea that a group of people have a plan. Preposterous, I know….


An introduction to the esoteric and occult

This blog will, hopefully, serve as a jumping off (or jumping in) point for an explanation and exploration of the world that has been pulled over your eyes…

First, let’s start with a couple basic ground rules:

1) Nothing I say here will be my personal opinion, prophesy or clairvoyance. I will site news sources, give back up links and research and each reader is thoroughly encouraged to poke holes, investigate, interpret and (most importantly) think for themselves. Leading me to…

2) If you wish to comment, please do. This is very much encouraged. However, if the sole basis of your “argument”, the kernel of your contradiction is “nuh-uh”, “oh, you’re one of those” or “why are you so focused on the negative?”, please, please, shut the hell up. If you’ve got evidence that is contradictory to something posted here, let’s see it. I always (as should we all) welcome any chance to learn, even if I’m wrong.

3) Anything rude, disrespectful, racists, sexists… etc, will be immediately deleted. There’s already enough hate in the world. We don’t need anymore.

So, let’s get on to the first topic. “‘Esoteric and occult’ you say? You must be a loon. I don’t know what the first one means, but ‘occult’ means you worship the devil”. Here are some definitions you should be familiar with:

esoteric – adjective – intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest

occult  – noun –  beyond the range of ordinary knowledge or experience; mysterious. communicated only to the initiated; esoteric: the typically occult language of the time.

Esoteric refers to things or ideas that, frankly, you’re not meant to know. There’s a lot of that in the world, far more than most people can imagine. We’ll talk about that a lot here. Occult does not, in any definition, refer to things “satanic”. However, the word has been given that association, for a very good reason: You’re supposed to be afraid. Very afraid. People are far easier to control when they are afraid, and control is what it’s all about.

This will have to do for now. I’ll post more tomorrow…