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I Saw This Book at the Library Yesterday…

Howdy. Once again, long-time no-write, but, things have been busier than ever. Saw this last night, “How to Fake a Moon Landing”, prominently displayed on the top of the shelf at my local library, in the children’s section, right next to all the books on the solar system. Had to throw this up on the ol’ blog. I mean, what does this say about the overall state of affairs, when children’s authors can get a book like this published? It means yes, you and I live in a world where more and more people are indeed questioning the veracity of the Apollo Moon missions. This book aims to catch kids young, and (using comic strip explanations) debunk those “crazy conspiracy theories about the faked moon landings” before they get a little older and find themselves watching entertaining videos on youtube of the astro-nots bouncing up and down on their cables, set to polka music.

This really does just crack me up. Damage-control mode, is what it is… “Watch out for those kooky ‘science-deniers’ kids… They’re crazy and they’ll brainwash you into becoming a backwards, science-denying hater of the government and all scientific progress!!”

Check out these pages from the book:

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Qui sont les vrais salauds..?

I’m hoping that at least a fairly decent translation. I guess I have to trust Google Translate on this one, since my French is WAY rusty since High School. (“Je voudrais aller à la salle de bain..?”)

Anyhow. “Who are the real bastards..?” That’s what I was aiming for. Why? Because everyone by now knows about the Paris attacks. I didn’t write anything about it in the first few days. I almost barely feel like writing anything now. I guess I just don’t quite know what else to say, that hasn’t already been said a zillion times, either by myself or many, many others…

At this point, I guess I’m starting to feel like either you’re gonna see it all for what it is, or you just aren’t, because you simply don’t want to step outside that box which makes it all seem so simple and straightforward.

I was reminded of the “box” on Saturday, when I had to take my car into the mechanic first thing in the morning. My mechanic sees me walk up to the counter in the little office, and asks me, “So did hear the news yet this morning?”

“No”, I reply. “I only saw the coverage last night. Haven’t looked at the news yet today…”

“28 minutes ago ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks”, he tells me. “Time to go kill every last one of those mother-F’ers, that’s what it is.”

I almost opened my mouth, to say one of a dozen different quips that suddenly sprang to mind, but then thought twice about it, reminding myself that it might not be the wisest thing to speak off the cuff and potentially offend the very individual I am relying on to get my car fixed in a timely and honest manner…

Perhaps, not all that long ago, I would’ve been so infuriated by the perpetuation of such mindless propaganda, such obvious use of the false-flag tactic to incite yet MORE unjustified war-mongering, etc., that I would’ve gladly launched into a debate, regardless of the jeopardy I might be putting my broken vehicle into. But now, fourteen years after 9/11, and the litany of “acts of Terror” which has followed in so many other countries…?

Either you see the script, or you don’t. Call me apathetic, but I don’t think it’s that. It’s just the result of now having seen years of people being goaded and baited into chasing after the created-bad-guy du jour, and it working, over and over again. We like having clearly defined bad guys. We like to think we know and understand who the bastards are, and where they’re hiding, since they clearly deserve a good solid air strike or two (or a hundred).

We like our flags. We like our artificial lines drawn on artificial maps, and we are ever so comforted by continually believing that however crazy things in the world might currently be, it’s still able to explained and understood within the bounds of those artificial lines, be they geopolitical, economic, or whatever else.

But it’s not about that. It’s really not. Not about crazy “blood-thirsty Muslims” trying to create a “Caliphate”. It’s not about Muslims being innocent victims either. It’s not about corporate greed, or Nationalist military expansion, or violent religious fanaticism.

It’s about the ongoing agenda to create the framework for the New World Order.

“Globes In My Mind”…

A couple months ago I wrote a post called “It Would Take a Lot of BALLS to Indoctrinate Everyone Like That”, and for a while now I’ve been wanting to try and take those thoughts and put them in a video, since it deals with such a visually-oriented idea. Finally got a chance to put it together. Here it is.

Are You “Warring Against Science”…???

(okay, so I guess I’m not taking a break from blogging just yet…) I heard this on the latest episode of Revelations Radio News, and just HAD to share it, cuz, man…

I almost fell over laughing.

Anybody else noticing how the video very much seems to include a thinly-veiled rebuke of the “Flat Earth Movement”…? Isn’t it amazing that such a thing would even be getting any mention at all in something like this, if it really was just some tiny “fringe thing”…? Of course, it also takes a heavy swing at the “anti-Vaccination” camp, “Climate Change deniers”, and other such backwards-thinking, non-scientific notions that are obviously plaguing our society, and driving us all to the same unenviable end as the crumbling Roman Empire…

This is just such a great example of how sometimes the propaganda gets so heavy in it’s shaming tactics that it only serves to show how desperate and panicky the official side is seemingly becoming.

Dang… It really only makes me think that they are going to HAVE to just shut down free speech on the internet, very soon….

(*note – I also had no idea that National Geographic did an issue on this very thing until I was looking for a “headline image” for this post. Do you see the sub-headings on the cover? I’m “five for five” here! They are in full-on “damage control mode” for sure…)

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“Just Let It In…?”

“The Force… It’s calling to you. Just let it in…”

When I heard the last two lines of the new Star Wars trailer, I just thought, “Wow… It’s all coming together.”

And yes, I will admit that to write this post, it takes a considerable amount of effort to squelch my inner fan boy, and not gush over how cool the new movie actually looks, or how bad a** it is to see Harrison Ford resuming the mantle of Han Solo, or how basically just watching that trailer was itself more satisfying than any of the prequels in their entirety… (oops, okay, no FURTHER gushing, beyond that.)

But in all seriousness, from what small plot points can be gleaned from the trailers, it really does seem to me that the message of Mysticism inherent in the entire SW franchise is really taking center stage in this final trilogy.

From what I can surmise, it appears as though our beloved “galaxy far, far away” is once again being threatened by totalitarian forces with Empirical aspirations, led once again by some black-clad Sith lord, wearing a mask, with a scary voice…(not exactly what you’d call originality there, but hey) It seems that one of the main characters is a stormtrooper (redesigned for the umpteenth time) who apparently abandons his post and joins up with what looks like the same 70’s-color-schemed (yay!) Rebel forces.

Then, good ol’ Han is explaining to the young Rebels that, “It’s true. All of it… The Dark Side. The Jedi. They’re real…”

Sounds like the GFFA has mostly forgotten about the magic and mystery of the Force-wielding Jedi, and in this movie, we get to watch them rediscover it. (Okay, I realize that this isn’t some genius-level investigation on my part, since the title of the movie IS “the Force Awakens”, after all…)

But all you need to do to get the case in point here, is apply this to our time, our own galaxy. It is all, of course, propaganda of the purest sort, playing upon the nostalgia of Gen-xers like myself, and the now Star-Wars-saturated-generation of my children as well.

Carl Teichrib refers to this phenomena as the “Era of Re-enchantment”, the amazing fact that indeed today we are observing our popular culture continue to veer away from the meaninglessness of Post-Modernism, (which itself was a reaction against the raw materialistic void of Modernism…) and is now in the middle of coming full circle, returning BACK to the mysticism and paganism of bygone centuries, mixed in with our modern technology of course.

And this is precisely what Star Wars always has, and continues to, embody 100%. Ancient mysticism, set in a high-tech world. It is about synthesizing what for a long time was perceived to be two fairly non-symbiotic elements, bridging that gap that had for a long time held strong in the realm of fiction, between pure “Science Fiction” with it’s robots and warp drives and aliens, and “Fantasy” with it’s magical wizards and powerful swords and endless connotations towards ancient Mythology.

So, sigh… As much as the inner 7-year-old in me just wants to revel in the rebooted Wookie howls, and light saber clashes, and the goose bumps I actually did get when in the new trailer, the orchestra started to play “bum buuum, buuum, bum ba buuuum, buuuuuuum….”, I have to steel myself, and step back, and remember the very LYING message that is still being trumpeted here, and probably more so than ever before.

Yes, “the Force IS calling to us”, more and more all the time. That “Force”, however, is not the power that comes through the Holy Spirit. It is not the Force which can raise the Dead, or heal the sick, or set men free from the bondage of their own sin. It is a lying Force. It is the same power once wielded by the magicians of Pharaoh’s court, and the girl in the Book of Acts who told fortunes, before the demons in her were cast out…

It is the “Force” which I really do believe the Devil is trying to entice the entire world into desiring, as a part of the final Great Deception, which somehow will all be tied into the Mark of the Beast system and the coming One World Religion and everything else. Ancient Occult magic meets modern technology indeed…

It is only going to keep “calling to us”, more and more and time progresses, but friends, we most certainly, unequivocally, do NOT want to “just let it in”…

A Media Clinic on Vilification…

Wanna see how to get the most “anti-anti-government” bang for your news-propaganda buck? Check out this story that I happened to catch this morning on the local Vegas news.

The piece I saw on tv today featured a young woman who supposedly had gone to this guy, after being referred to him by someone at a grocery store (?), and apparently she thought he was just some kind of wholeistic medicine dude, doing herbal remedies, etc. She described how “horrified” she was when she got there and discovered that his “clinic” was being done out of a trailer on his property, and how there were bags full of blood lying around on the floor, the place was filthy, and son on. The anchor goes on to explain how Rick Van Thiel was not a licensed physician, but was performing all kinds of procedures, such as abortions, “cancer cure treatments” and so on. The interviewee even mentions how shocked she was when the man’s girlfriend walked into the room topless, and at that point she just wanted to run out of there…

Topless girlfriend, perfect segue into sharing the juicy tidbit that apparently before Thiel was a non-licensed doctor, he was a porn star and director. Quite a zinger…

The tv news story also mentions how his website featured a “nude” picture of himself, (which actually only featured his bare upper body) wherein he apparently was claiming to have been able to cure a skin condition which he had contracted after the military had exposed him to harmful chemicals.

In this article, is says that his procedures included “everything from circumcisions and tooth extractions to cancer and HIV treatment. Authorities also found two firearms and ammunition in a safe inside the trailer.”

Another excerpt says, “A notice at the bottom of one site hints at an anti-establishment mindset: “For the purposes of this website the term ‘doctor’ or ‘Doctor Rick’ is a nick name and not intended to infer state sanction or Rockefeller drug pushing training. The purpose of this site is not to beg for FDA endorsement or to diagnose or treat disease, it is to help you make informed decisions necessary to take control of your own life and health, and now to care for it in in the manor you decide is best for you.”

And in this ‘full interview’, we discover that not only did Rick learn how to perform surgeries from watching Youtube, but he is also a part of a the much-maligned ‘sovereign-citizen’ movement, with connections the notorious ‘Bundy Ranch’ and also apparently to some plot against the life of a police officer. It says, “On his website, Van Theil offered “Sovereign Babies” delivering children in his trailer without a birth certificate. Telling parents that when the child is 18 they would have the choice to be a “free being or to become a slave”

I mean, wow…

You really gotta hand it to em, because they sure recognize that when an individual like Van Thiel finally gets brought out into the public eye, they’re gonna milk it for all it’s worth.

So hey, let’s do a little run-down of all the memes they managed to cram into this one story.

You are basically being are put into the same category as a “sex-crazed, backwards, baby-killing, nut-job” IF:

*You dare question the medical establishment, or would ever consider alternative/wholistic options.
*You dare to think that just MAYBE there ARE some ways that cancer could be treated or cured, which didn’t involve chemo/radiation.
*You would ever think that the military would expose it’s own soldiers to harmful substances.
*You dare have any misgivings about the “Rockefeller drug cartel”.
*You dare entertain the idea that somehow birth certificates and/or social security numbers could somehow be linked to a form of financial slavery.
*You own guns.
*You dare to entertain such “dangerous” questions about the ways in which ordinary citizens might be able to take more responsibility and informed ownership over their own health, and lives in general.

So yes, well done, dutiful propaganda establishment. While this specific individual may very well deserve to be prevented from doing various things that might indeed be a health and safety hazard, you have done a splendid job in not letting the story go to waste, and fear-porning it to the Nth degree so that the rest of the citizenry can be reminded to associate any and all notions of questioning the monolithic medical/drug empire, or the ever-increasing system of total government control, with “crazy” shirtless guys with leaky blood-bag-filled trailers in their backyards…

Next You’ll Be Saying There’s No Such Thing As Gravity…

Oh, it never ends, does it… But indeed, it is hard at this point to deny the massive amount of material I have now come across which casts serious doubt on this theory which is so foundational to so much of our assumed modern scientific knowledge and technology. When I first heard Anthony Patch mentioning the electric model of the universe, vs. the gravitational model, when speaking about CERN, I was intrigued, but at the time was too busy processing so much of the other information that looking into the “electric universe” thing more or less got put on the back burner. But now that I’ve been neck-deep in looking into the matter of a globe vs. a flat earth, I’ve been inundated with eye-brow raising questions about the entire Newtonian/Einstein(ian?) paradigm itself.

Basically, what you begin to realize is that when it comes to guys like Einstein, sure he was a brilliant mathematician, but, that’s just the thing, he was a brilliant, mathematician

Right along with a ball earth and Evolution from a “big bang”, gravity is something we are taught is unquestionable from the time we first start learning ABC’s and 123’s. We learn about Newton getting hit on the head with an apple, and then “discovering” gravity, and as elementary-age children we think to ourselves, “Wow, isn’t that kind of a ridiculously obvious thing to discover? Even us little kids know about that!” And funnily enough, the vast majority of us never give much thought to it after that as we move on into adulthood. Gravity is as obvious to all of us needing air to breathe, and if you’re going to question that, you might as well be questioning the reality of reality itself.

But of course, gravity is about so much more than what causes apples to hit the ground, or raindrops to fall. The entire Copernican, heliocentric model of the universe hinges upon it, needing an explanation for how a spheroidal planet could hold itself together, and how people and objects on all sides of it’s surface don’t just fall off or float away into space. You see, before pushing the concept of a vaccumous, infinite universe full of exploding stars and round planetary objects and orbital paths, “gravity” was simply the concept of “what goes up must come down”. “Up” and “down” were both true, absolute, universal directions, and for whatever reason, there is some force at work which is constantly pulling everything toward the latter. But Newton and Einstein weren’t just trying to explain that, they were trying to explain a universe in which nothing was fixed, (as in the arcane geo-centric model…), but rather where the earth, sun, moon and all the heavenly bodies were constantly spinning, moving, orbiting each other, yet all holding their relative trajectories and galactic relationships with one another in a staggeringly precise balance.

So, this is the assumed cosmological scenario to which a guy like Einstein is then essentially handed a piece of chalk and challenged to “make it make sense”. Explain how all this actually works, not by using the traditional scientific method of creating hypotheses, testing hypotheses, etc., (which we also learned about in school) but instead by basically building a “model” of various aspects of the universe using mathematics, and then you tinker with that model by playing around with different equations (equations that 99.999% of the world’s population couldn’t do themselves, no less). And if/when the really smart theoretical physicist is able to tinker with the model to where he manages to get the math to work? Then Eureka! Science has triumphed and now we understand how the universe works!

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But of course, we don’t… We still don’t even know what gravity is, or how it actually works, apparently, but hey, we do have these really impressive looking equations on a black board for you to look at. Here, we printed them in a million text books for you. That should settle it. What? You’re still doubting? My, you’re an idiot… Well, how can you question our understanding of gravity when we had to use our vast understanding of it in order to send all those men to the moon and back? (oh, wait…) 😉

So, yeah…. That’s more or less the spot I’m standing in right now. Learning about how wonky all this gravity business really is, learning about how a guy like Tesla said he thought Einstein’s theories were nonsense, while busily setting out to invent practically half of the technological innovations we are all now using today on a daily basis. Interesting, don’t you think, that Tesla wound up destitute, his lab destroyed by arson, all his surviving files and experiments scooped up and locked away by rich, powerful folks and kept from the public for decades while Tesla was all but forgotten, meanwhile Einstein is Time magazine’s “Person of the Century” and gets a Nobel prize. Hmmmm… (I know, I know, supposedly Einstein didn’t win the Nobel for his theory of relativity, but whatever. It was mainly for his work in “photo-electrics”, interesting…) But you get the point.

It all just goes to make you wonder, when you start to learn just how interconnected and interdependent all these different streams of information that we’ve been “educated” with since childhood really are, and then start holding it up against the fake moon landings, and “bubbles” outside the ISS, and the air-brushed “photos” of earth, etc… Right now it’s sure making ME wonder, and making me think this whole “electric universe” idea might be well worth looking into much more…

And here is a great flat earth vs. globe earth vid I found today which has a really interesting segment talking about gravity (8:14-11:00), and the issues with the idea that the spin of the earth and gravity offset each other to keep everything/one in place, when of course, the earth is spinning exceedingly slower at the poles than it is on the equator, yet the gravitational pull is the same everywhere on Earth…