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Shamans or Sorcerers?

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Not too long ago, an elaborate theory was put forth claiming the JFK assassination was a Masonic ritual. Much of this had to so with randomly selected numbers, like the parallel of Dallas and the dates involved, etc. I didn’t put much stock in the analysis, even though I certainly realize Freemasons are a big piece of the secret society power puzzle that’s been running the world, although their reach seems to have been eclipsed by others of late.

I was dubious simply because I was aware that once someone in the CIA contacted Sam “Mooney” Giancana in Chicago and offered the contract, JFK’s days were numbered. Certainly the radical right-wing friend of the Texas Hunt family, Joseph Milteer knew about the contract as soon as it went down and was even caught talking about it days later on an FBI wiretap. The FBI rookie agent in charge of investigating Milteer after the assassination has recently published a very revealing book of the coverup that went on inside the agency to make sure that inconvenient truth never ended up being investigated again. One thing for sure, it wasn’t being set-up around a Masonic code. It was being set-up by the Chicago outfit to happen whenever the conditions were favorable and they could get a clear shot.

Since J. Edgar Hoover was a devoted Freemason, and staffed the upper levels of the FBI almost exclusively with masons, and even held masonic ceremonies inside his building, you’d think the masonic magic connections to the assassination would be well-grounded. The reality, however, is that once the contract was accepted, hit teams were assembled in a variety of cities (Giancana said seven in all), and JFK was being tracked everywhere he went. The hit could have taken place in almost any city on almost any day where Kennedy happened to be exposed.

So I took the ritual magic conspiracy stories involving the JFK assassination with a grain of salt, and can’t help but notice these sorts of stories are suddenly amplifying immensely. And if they aren’t blaming the grandmaster of masonic magic, Albert Pike, then the theories point to Aleister Crowley, the grandmaster of Satanism.

There’s all types of magic and all types of ritual and ceremony. Energy comes in flavors, especially telepathic energies. It moves through us naturally, and manifests ceremony and ritual whether you realize it or not. Science isn’t really interested in these energies, so little is known for sure. The real science in this area took off with the Nazi’s and then was imported secretly into the CIA. The global situation is just a big game for generating profit, you see, and the players are orchestrated into position and led into conflicts that can be mined. The CIA and Foundations have spent billions studying mind control technology and mass propaganda techniques, the results of which are in constant daily use by the global corporations as they build brands while hiding secret monopolies. But most people only think of two kinds of magic: peace magic and dark magic.

Peace magic is about elevating love vibrations. Love is non-violent and never seeks control. Dark magic, on the other hand, is about bending others to your will. One is about respecting the tribe, the other about making the tribe respect you. Gandhi and his followers like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are peace shamans who have become so iconic they raise to messiah status, just like Jesus or Socrates. At that point, however, they have actually attained more control than any dark magician could ever hope for with his rituals of terror and violence. So the dark shaman slays the peace messiah. It’s a pattern that keeps unfolding almost every generation. And it will not end until we can protect our peace messiahs while exposing the dark magicians among us.

Since WWII, using billions in resources, the Nazi art of dark magic has reached new dimensions and new heights of effectiveness, which is why when a 9/11 dark magic theory revolves around Aleister Crowley, I tend to view it about the same as those initial dark magic masonic stories around JFK. I believe we have a serious rabbit hole going on here, a blatant attempt to move the center of energy on conspiracy research away from empirical fact and into the realm where any detail can be manipulated and morphed into a sigil. It’s all about connecting dots that don’t really connect. These theories are a red cape being waved by a hidden bullfighter.

For example: one of the most important elements of this theory is that President Bush read a children’s book about a pet goat during 9/11. The goat symbolizes Satan and is a psychological lever. Well, perhaps that’s true, or perhaps Bush introduced this detail as a rabbit hole in the first place. Every detail of the event can be staged, just as every random coincidence can become a deflection away from the truth.

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Written by Steven Hager

September 3, 2012 at 9:19 am

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  1. The Kennedy assassination doesn’t fold up into nice easy pieces. It was a major op with many different threads. To say that it was a straight Chicago hit is incorrect. And then to use that to dissassemble the ritual aspects of the crime is again incorrect.

    And where are trying to move folks?

    It’s not about opposition or opposites, It’s about telling the truth and prosecuting criminals.

    Peace,
    Kris

    RA Kris Millegan

    September 3, 2012 at 10:09 am

    • JFK was a joint CIA-Giancana operation, although most of our real info has come from the Sicilians who eventually felt double-crossed. It began as a joint CIA-Giancana op to kill Castro, an executive action program set up through Angleton’s office. So I see you didn’t accuse me of being a shill, you accused me of accusing you of being a shill? Well, that’s about the same thing. I respect your work, Kris, and don’t hold you responsible for the political views of any of your authors or the quality of their research. And its been clear for a long time that I have become more dubious about most of the writers in this field due to my experiences with Constantine and Ruppert. Unless you have some benefactor paying the bills, it’s pretty hard to do any real serious investigative research these days.

      Steven Hager

      September 3, 2012 at 10:18 am


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