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David Icke lost a promising career in soccer due to joint issues and lost an equally promising career in BBC sports broadcasting due to mental issues. He’d become a leading spokesperson for the Green Party in England before spending a few months in Saudi Arabia, and when he returned, he rocketed off planet earth into the realms of delusion and egomania. Strangely, he quickly became the world’s most successful and widely-known conspiracy theorist. Why? Because spooks control the Tin Foil Hat Disinfo Matrix just like they control the mainstream media.
In March 1991, Icke held three press conferences to explain how a recent psychic experience had transformed him into the “Son of the Godhead” and his divinely inspired automatic writings foretold the end of the world by 1997. He promised the cliffs of Kent would be underwater by Christmas. Icke became the laughingstock of England almost overnight.
But a funny thing happened on the way to the looney bin. Icke began mixing up bits of real information with crackpot delusions. He claimed a small cabal at the top of the banking/oil/chemical industries was instigating terror for social control and schools were dumbing people down. He claimed the control mechanisms ran through secret societies that included Masonry and its offshoots. He claimed children were being prostituted to people at high levels of power, a nasty secret that accidentally burst into view with the collapse of the CIA-connected Franklin Savings and Loan in Omaha, Nebraska.
Icke is playing an important role in spook world. He lost a $200,000 judgment against a Canadian lawyer who claimed his book Children of the Matrix libeled Jewish people. Icke places the center of power inside the Rockefeller/Rothschild axis, but asserts they are alien-human hybrids who shape-ship at will and have lizard-like skins in their natural state.
If you analyze this op, it’s possible one intent is to make the power of the Rockefeller/Rothschild axis seem divinely inspired by merging them with alien gods. The most obvious intent is to hide some truth by wrapping it in a stinking pile of bullshit. Icke scares people with magic tales, and fear is the basis of all apocalyptic religion, as well as the more modern forms of mind control.
I don’t believe Icke’s rise to fame was achieved organically and wonder if the Icke we see today wasn’t influenced somehow by those mystery months in Saudi Arabia.
“There are indications that the ritual of the Eucharist is a reflection of earlier rituals related to human sacrifice and blood drinking,” writes Icke. “There is the emphasis on symbolically eating the body of Jesus and drinking his blood as red wine. We might expect, therefore, that the Christian Church would be a front for Satanism and its blood and sacrifice rituals. That, it turns out, is precisely what it is.”
The above is an example of connecting dots that don’t connect while skipping over the most important dots. Yes, the Eucharist has at its roots a Zoroastrian Eucharist, and before that a Scythian Eucharist that began millennia ago with the drinking of blood of a vanquished enemy from his decapitated skullcap. But between the blood drinking, there were many centuries of drinking cannabis and milk from a golden chalice. Don’t you think that’s an important piece of information to know when discussing the significance of the Eucharist? It’s absurd to claim a hidden religion born millennia ago has existed unchanged, or that a secret cabal of satanists is running the Christian religions. The rules of magic apply equally to all no matter what icons appear on any altars, and when someone tries to scare you with boogie-man stories about the devil, it’s always a hoodwink. Always.
“Magic wands were always made out of the wood of a Holly tree. It’s made out of Holly wood. Hollywood is a Druidic establishment and the symbols, the words, the terms, the stories, are designed. Think about it. Think about how Hollywood does what they do. I’m not saying they’re evil, I’m just explaining how Hollywood works.” -Jordan Maxwell
Although Jordan Maxwell (real name Russell Pine) self-describes himself as the world’s leading expert in the occult, in fact, he is the historical equivalent of Lucy in Peanuts (just making up shit as he goes along). He claims there’s a star-gate in Iraq that instantly teleports anyone to a military base on Mars, and the world has been secretly run by lizards from another dimension for millennia. The amazing thing is some people actually fall for his hoodwinks.
I’d like to point out the use of magic sticks goes back into prehistory and the wood initially associated with wands was walnut, and later other nut trees, but never a holly tree. The origins of the name Hollywood are easily researched and has zero to do with Druids. I just want you to see how shallow Maxwell’s understanding of magic is, and how easily 99% of his “research” can be exposed by consulting the Internet.
So how does a transparent quack get propelled to the front lines of the conspiracy media and become an influential figure? I suggest the Tin Foil Hat Disinfo Matrix is well organized, composed of spooks, kooks, players and played, and it’s hard to tell the brainwashed true-believers (and MKULTRA mind control victims) from the spooks. But I can assure you the crowd Maxwell runs with (Icke, Tsarion, Passio) are card carrying members of a managed dialectic whose primary purpose is spreading a tin foil blanket over events like 9/11.
The style of this op is to twist history into some wildly paranoid conspiracy involving good versus bad aliens or other such transparent hokum. Some of Maxwell’s dogma is extracted straight from Bible quotes, but his mainstays are direct from Manley P. Hall’s investigations into occult literature. But it doesn’t matter where your dogma comes from, it’s still just dogma and nothing more. Maxwell can rant for hours about solar cults and moon cults and astro-astrology, but doesn’t have a clue about the Scythian influence on mythology and religion. If you want to know what preceeded Sumeria and Egypt, look toward the Black Sea, and the people who first domesticated horses and invented the wheel.
Maxwell claims the winged globe of ancient times was a reference to a UFO spacecraft, which is absurd. The evolution of the winged globe and its importance in the Zoroastrian religion, and eventual morphing into the caduceus, is important, so I wonder why the Disinfo Matrix obscures its meaning with a UFO hoax. Could it be because the winged globe symbolizes the effects of cannabis? One thing you need to know about Scythians: they loved cannabis, which is why the Zoroastrian version of the Eucharist served cannabis and hot milk (often with a dash of opium, ephedra and spices).
Maxwell claims to have met a psychic early in life who foretold his destiny as a great person. That’s exactly what David Icke claims so I suspect this might be a reference to their MKULTRA hypnotherapist. He also claims to have spent his early years investigating Communism, and if that is so, I wonder why he says nothing about the vast intel penetration and manipulation of the communist networks. But some of his biggest blunders concern the Holy Grail and his belief that the myth is all about Jesus.
Trust me, any time someone tries to scare you with magic or religion, it’s always a hoodwink. Painting pictures of an alien boogie-man secretly running the world is a hoodwink because all it accomplishes is to let the real criminals off the hook, because none of them are lizard aliens.
If you are wondering how the status quo keeps such a tight lid on obvious crimes like 9/11, look no further than their Disinfo Matrix, a Tin Foil Hat brigade spreading clouds of mud on any real attempts to penetrate intel ops.
Immediately after JFK was assassinated, gatekeepers with ties to military intelligence swarmed the scene, most notable Mark Lane and Mary Ferrell. Even today, few realize the extent of intel manipulation into the creation of the JFK research community, which is why it took so long to find any threads of real info inside the snowstorm of disinfo they manufactured.
Michael Tsarion (real name Brian Heatley) considers himself an expert on magic, ancient civilizations, psychic vampirism and secret societies. Since these are some of my areas of expertise, I can comfortably assure you Heatley is not a legit historian nor magician and most everything he says is an obvious fabrication. His videos and books are immense rabbit holes leading nowhere that will hopefully soon wither and fade away.
Heatley’s real place in the universe is placing a tin foil blanket over what is really going on, and this op is not something new. These characters like Tsarion, Icke and Passio evolved from a long line of spooks parading as mystics with secret hidden info.
Becoming an internationally celebrated psychic is not easily accomplished. Almost all depend on carnival hoodwinks and the trickery can be easily exposed. The real ones keep their inspirations to themselves and never know when a psychic intuition might hit them. But if you are someone with powerful connections, fake psychic powers can be vetted by the established media and your ticket prices and book sales will soar! Spook psychics have always been engineered close to people high in the oligarchies with tendencies towards magical thinking in order to influence their behavior. But the same sort of thing goes on with mainstream religion.
Mainstream religion was constructed as a power base and profit stream and occultism was constructed to ensnare those who escaped the mainstream religion. Occultism was never a fountain of great wisdom, any more than religion, although both contain elements of wisdom, their paradigms are dominated by dogma, agenda and fakery. This chain of corruption runs through Alessandro Cagliostro, Compte de Saint-Germain, Helen Blavatsky up to and including Aleister Crowley, all of whom claimed to have uncovered secrets of the universe, but none came close to solving the secret of the Holy Grail or even identifying the active ingredient in the sacred oil of Abramelin employed by the world’s greatest magicians for millennia.
According to Tsarion, our earth is secretly controlled by aliens from another galaxy and Jesus was one of them, a man who fell to earth from an interplanetary spacecraft. This hoodwink is not that far off from Scientology. Heatley considers himself an expert on Camelot and believes the grail is about Jesus. In fact, the grail emanates from ancient Scythia long before the time of Jesus, and King Arthur was just an update on Heracles, but instead of 12 labors, he had to win 12 battles. Before the Christian censors got control of this story, the grail was an object required to bring peace to the kingdom. It was never about the chalice itself, but the magic potion found inside.
I’ve made some videos to help lead people out of the rabbit holes.
I got my first speeding ticket during a recent trip to my hometown in central Illinois after pulling out onto a busy street with cars coming in both directions. I’d goosed the gas so as not to force oncoming traffic to brake. Unfortunately, this happened right in front of a speed trap.
I can remember a time when the police looked and talked pretty much like everyone else in town. Those days are gone. Today, they seem to be coming out of a different mold, like Navy Seals on steroids. Which I wouldn’t mind at all if they were friendly Seals.
The whole encounter gave me a creepy feeling. And it wasn’t just the $120 fine. After I got home, I had solicitations from a lawyer as well as a County Clerk offering a $50 safety course as a diversion to shield my insurance premiums and driving record. Every aspect of law enforcement is being mined for profit. And that’s really the way the whole country runs these days: whatever makes money is good.
But talking about the sorry state of American culture is not popular these days, and the kids have much more important things to focus on, like intensely violent video games. Meanwhile, most rights promised by our Constitution have virtually been disappeared while most wealth has quietly and quickly been drained into the hands of a small group of interlocking corporations operating on a global scale.
In the 1950s, everyone assumed global conspiracies were real and the biggest was supposed to be the Communist conspiracy. There were, in fact, secret Communist cells operating in major cities across the USA. But what they don’t tell you is that most of these were penetrated, if not controlled, by spooks.
Communism was funded by certain banks to the tune of millions of dollars, and the same banks that setup Communism, also setup the Nazi Party and fostered the Hitler war machine. A key banker involved in this hoodwink was Prescott Bush, whose family would soon rise to great power.
In the 1960s a vast social movement started with teenagers rebelling against their parent’s culture and forging a new path not based solely on the profit motive. Will another generation like that ever emerge again?
There’s an 8th Grade graduation test going around facebook that looks more like something you’d see in graduate school than Middle School and it really hit home just how dumbed-down teens have become. One wonders what possible role pills and processed foods have played in this ongoing de-evolution. Back in the 1960s, a whisleblower from one of the rightwing think tanks (Antony Sutton) showed how our education system had been hijacked by the Eastern Establishment and the one-hour classes and bell-ringing was introduced via German ideas on building compliant factory workers and soldiers. It was more about socializing kids to accept authority than empowering their abilities. And the reality that we’ve been headed down that road ever since shows in the dismal rankings of our schools as compared with other countries. If we would just empower the kids instead of breaking their spirits while filling their minds with violence and sex through the media.
But politics is so passe these days. Turn up the gangsta rap and pass me an Adderall.
And don’t think the FBI and CIA didn’t jump headfirst into the counterculture revolution, planting stooges in positions of power, same as they did with the Communist revolution. Which brings me to the origins of “conspiracism,” a word invented by John Foster “Chip” Berlet.
Berlet dropped out of the University of Denver in 1971 to join the counterculture revolution. He edited a series of books for the National Student Association. Years later we would learn the National Student Association was a CIA front and that at least 400 journalists were secretly working for the CIA, producing mountains of disinfo in an operation known as “Mockingbird.”
Berlet worked briefly for High Times as Washington correspondent, although the only significant journalism he contributed was an attack on Lyndon LaRouche. That’s an interesting story on its own, since LaRouche was one of those weird Marxists who appeared in the 1960s using military-grade mind control techniques to construct a cabal of followers. LaRouche has produced numerous articles exposing Berlet’s intelligence connections. What I see in their encounters today is a staged dialectic with a couple of veteran spooks role-playing against each other.
Today, Berlet’s research is funded by the Ford Foundation, long known to have a close relationship with the CIA. See, when researchers like Danny Casolaro started investigating the connections between the JFK assassination, Watergate, Iran-Contra, the Marcos gold, all the dots started to line up. So Berlet became the front man on messing up that blackboard. “Nothing to see here!” He invented the word “conspiracism” as a major ploy in that op.
We know where the pinnacles of power reside: The central banks, the oil companies, the military, the universities and the religions are all important elements. What we never investigate, however, is the connections between these centers of power. The Federal Reserve operates in secrecy because they don’t want you to know the names of any major stockholders of that privately-held corporation.
More recently, Berlet has handed the “conspiracism” crown to Michael Barkun who has become the media’s new go-to guy when discussing the crazy conspiracy theorists. Barkun’s close relationship to the FBI is no secret. Most of what these guys discuss in the way of conspiracy theory involves either Alex Jones or David Icke, both undoubtedly controlled lighting rods who manufacture paranoia rather than real research.
And that’s how this operation works. Icke and Jones lead people into paranoia, and then Berlet and Barkun brand all researchers as paranoid. Meanwhile, the British Journal of Psychology has already published a paper on the dire effects of viewing conspiracy websites.
“Participants were exposed to conspiracy theories concerning the issue of climate change. Results revealed exposure to information supporting the conspiracy theories reduced participants’ intentions to reduce their carbon footprint, relative to participants who were given refuting information, or those in a control condition. This effect was mediated by powerlessness with respect to climate change, uncertainty, and disillusionment. The findings suggest conspiracy theories may have potentially significant social consequences, and highlight the need for further research on the social psychology of conspiracism.”
The word is already in the psychology lexicon and it’s only a matter of years before they start locking up people like me for the insane belief that a hidden cabal might be orchestrating wars for profit. And all because I have this silly idea that war produces 17 times more profit than peace, at least if your industry is based in the military-industrial establishment.
If you really want to step out of this matrix, a great place to start would be my ebook Dirty Money, which you can read in less than an hour and costs less than a dollar. It traces the corruption running through the banking industry since it was invented. It just might open your eyes to some of the shit going on behind the curtain.
In the 1980s, after a corrupt credit union with ties to the CIA went bankrupt, a scandal threatened to engulf the highest levels of the Republican Party. Kids from the most famous Catholic orphanage in America, Boys Town, had been brought to Washington DC to sexually entrap powerful people in compromising videos. Some of them told a social worker they’d been subjected to ritual brainwashing prior to being taken to Washington, igniting the scandal.
Ted Gunderson, former FBI honcho from Los Angeles, was immediately brought in as the Shining Knight to assist with this investigation. Predictably, Gunderson did not go after the bigwigs running the CIA. Instead, he blamed a vast Satanic underground? Very quickly, evidence of this underground began emerging in the media. And three high-profile cases would soon dominate the national headlines regarding ritual child abuse: The Friedmans in Long Island, McMartin Preschool in California, and the Memphis 3 in Tennessee. All three cases would be tried in the media long before they reached the courtroom. Meanwhile, the real conspiracy involving Boys Town quietly went away, never achieving anything remotely close to the attention given to the Satanic Panic. If you go to Omaha today and ask about that scandal, few residents have any clue what you’re talking about.
Because Jesse Friedman’s father ordered a child pornography magazine from the Netherlands, he was investigated and after authorities learned he also ran a computer school in his home, they began building a case against him and his son. All children who’d attended these classes were subjected to badgering interrogations. When one broke down and “confessed,” his story was used to pressure more confessions from a few others, although the vast majority of students always denied any abuse. One teenager who had no memories of abuse was hypnotized and during and after that session, he recalled vivid memories of bizarre group sex rites that made the national news and sold a lot of publications for weeks.
Here’s the rub: the abused kids from Boys Town had also been subjected to hypnosis, the art of which is the very foundation of mind control. Some therapists in Omaha wanted to re-hypnotize these children in order to break through that programming and elicit more information about their abusers. So what happened next? An hypnosis expert takes a kid on the other side of the country who wasn’t abused, hypnotizes him, and plants wild abuse stories in him so he believes he was ritually abused? If this was an organized operation, it certainly was well designed, for it created an attention-getting rabbit hole, while also laying a foundation for disproving anything those Boys Town kids might reveal under hypnosis.
If you haven’t seen the award winning documentary Capturing the Friedmans, now would be a good time to check it out as Jesse is about to be finally vindicated after serving 13 years in prison and rebuilding his life. The documentary does not mention Boys Town or the Satanic Panic and the filmmaker seemed unsure who to believe throughout, but I never had any doubts Jesse and his dad were patsies, a rabbit hole manufactured to divert attention away from a much bigger child abuse case in Nebraska.
And that’s the reason I disbelieve nearly everything that appears on the Alex Jones or David Icke websites. The citizen researchers will always be constantly outflanked by a well-organized, well-funded disinfo machine of which those two charlatans are the kings. The CIA secretly sponsors hundreds of books and films every year and probably just as many websites. Most of the so-called “conspiracy” sites are actually CIA fronts, including much of the so-called “truth” movement.
Just as the media descended on the Friedmans, Jones and Icke will descend on any tragic event, claiming evidence of a master plot. No detail is too small or too insignificant not to be dragged into this web of conspiracy. If a Batman movie mentioned the words “sandy hook” that will immediately be used to “prove” Sandy Hook was a manufactured incident. Somehow, we’re supposed to believe they plant evidence of future plans into Hollywood films and TV shows? This notion is absurd. I never believed Sandy Hook was anything but a disturbed kid who’d been severely bullied getting access to guns and seeking revenge. But the amount of attention given to Sandy Hook in the conspiracy community because of a Batman movie reference was staggering. Mostly thanks to Alex Jones and David Icke.
So there is a new version of the Satanic Panic being constructed, and in this version, the Illuminati is arranging ritual events based on Aleister Crowley’s theories about magic (Gunderson’s old rabbit hole with a new face) and you can track their plans through secret messages in Madonna videos and such.
But you cannot attack any group based solely on their concept of spirituality, no matter how depraved. Just as the Satanic Panic dragged every black-shirted heavy metal fan into the grand conspiracy, the current scenario being spun will eventually be used against goths or anyone practicing any form of paganism. All spirituality, religion and magic runs on the same basic laws, and it doesn’t matter what icon people put on their altars, as long as they harm no one, they should be left alone. In a world with freedom of religion, all gods and goddesses are permitted. And if you peer deep enough, you’ll find Crowley was an elite insider and working asset for British Intelligence for much of his life, but when he died, Crowley was a powerless joke inside MI5. He died penniless and certainly not as the grand poobah of the Illuminati.
So next time some random tragic event happens, please don’t follow Icke and Jones down the rabbit hole. That way, when a real manufactured event (like Boston) happens, you’ll be better able to focus your full attention on a meaningful investigation of something real instead of another Ted Gunderson Satanic Panic rabbit hole to nowhere.
Maybe you’ve noticed the appearance of insane ninja shooters is increasing exponentially, a disturbing trend nowhere so prevalent as in the good old USA? My theory is this unfortunate situation is the result of a perfect storm of three trends: pills for all, violence media for all, and guns for all.
A sideshow to this problem is the way the two major conspiracy websites have jumped on current events as being created by sinister government forces for a hidden agenda. The world is filled with coincidences and you can connect dots all day long that don’t really connect, so that’s an easy game to play. The disinfo machine ignores real info and diverts people into rabbit holes leading nowhere while helping brand researchers as kooks who believe in nonsense. That’s the purpose of disinfo, which is really a well-practiced art the FBI and CIA learned from the Nazis and British intelligence.
To give a specific example: When Sandy Hook happened, it was immediately branded by David Icke and Alex Jones, the two biggest disinfo artists in the world, as an example of a government-inspired plot. According to them, more than one shooter was involved. Initially, they claimed the event was orchestrated to pass Obama’s assault weapon ban. But then, a few days later, it turned out there were no assault weapons at Sandy Hook, just four hand guns. So how does that help pass an assault weapon ban? Just another case of reality blowing a giant hole through a pet theory advanced by Icke and Jones.
And please don’t make the mistake of thinking either one of those two dudes actually knows what’s going on in the world and is on the inside of the real power structure. They only understand one thing: paranoia sells. And that’s really the only aspect of conspiracy theory banksters are willing to bankroll. Secret societies will always seek to control dialogue by inventing extremes. Somebody big in England is behind Icke, just like somebody big is behind Jones in the USA. It could even be the same person, although you can see major differences in their approaches. Icke is pushing the “Rothschilds rule the world,” essentially the same course charted by the John Birch Society in the 1960s. Today we know the JBS was set-up inside Freemasonry and was involved in the JFK assassination cover-up. The JBS was created as an extremist group to hype the Cold War and they promoted the idea the Rothschilds were secretly running Russia, as well as the State Department. In reality, the Rothschilds evolved as the court bankers of Europe.
Jones, on the other hand, talks about the elites but avoids discussion of both Zionism and Opus Dei, two of the primary forces orchestrating world events. You cannot understand what is happening in the world today without studying those two powerful movements.
Antony Sutton, one of the few deep political researchers I trust, claimed the Rothschilds hold about ten percent of the world’s wealth, and the majority is in the coffers of the old money families of Europe and North America. Researching the truth of this is beyond my ability, but I believe anything promoted by the corrupt John Birch Society is far more likely to be a rabbit hole than the actual truth. Yes, in many cases, the man running the bank is Jewish, just like most basketball players are black, but that doesn’t mean Jews own all the money in the bank, any more than black people own the NBA.
The most important financial secret in the world was the recovery of over a trillion dollars worth of gold stolen by the Japanese during WWII. Once recovered, this treasure was hidden inside the world banking system and that crime seems to have been conducted jointly by Opus Dei and Skull & Bones, neither one of which has anyone of Jewish heritage inside the upper levels of its power structure.
The last time I wrote a blog exposing Alex Jones was right after his Super Bowl rant, which included a ridiculous allegation Madonna performed a satanic ritual to honor the Illuminati during the half-time show. That claim was as absurd as David Icke’s contention that the English royal family are shape-shifting aliens from another dimension. For centuries, some English royals promoted the story they were direct descendents of Jesus, a well-hidden secret embedded in their biggest secret society, Freemasonry. Only that hookwink won’t last much longer because Jesus is losing his juice, especially in some areas of Europe, so isn’t it convenient Icke has a new magical story that explains why they deserve to hold their power forever? I only bring up Icke because the English media views him as the King of Conspiracy and I see a lot of similarities in these two characters, Icke and Jones, and suspect some secret agency or society is pulling the strings behind them both.
A blogger on CNN.com recently called Alex Jones the King of Conspiracy, which is really just a transparent attempt to sheep-dip all researchers (especially the 9/11 variety) as paranoid kooks like Jones with tin foil hats on their heads. CNN could be giving coverage to one of many real investigators, a number of whom would have real corruption to reveal, but instead they invite Alex Jones to come on and display what a table-thumping demagogue he is. I don’t think CNN should be allowed to anoint Jones as the “king” of anything, except maybe, the King of Bullshit.
The real King of Conspiracy is the late Antony Sutton (above), and if you don’t know who he is, or if you never heard of him, well, that pretty much explains the problem doesn’t it? Sutton never made it onto CNN.