Freedom of Speech vs Freedom to Spam: Muhammad Cartoon Controversy

I’m a staunch supporter of freedom of speech, as anyone who isn’t an idiot or utterly evil should be. However the cartoons mocking the prophet Muhammad isn’t the first time freedom of speech has been used as an excuse for promoting morally questionable messages.

I make a distinction between what is acceptable expression of oneself and what is not: freedom of speech vs freedom to spam. I’m against the latter; spamming your message. Freedom of speech is as it sounds, the freedom to express yourself. Spamming, however, is excessively and obnoxiously expressing one’s opinions.

Although it’s not always clear when putting your message forth is “excessive”, I’ll give a few examples. The first is of course from e-mail. I get spam every day. Fortunately there are spam filters to help deal with otherwise, it might render e-mail useless. Jehova’s witnesses tend to spam their message. If they knock on your door, they’ll just try ram their message down your throat, although they must know no-one likes it. When I lived in Japan, during election time the assistants of politicians-to-be were driving around in cars using loudspeakers to broadcast their political propaganda. It was really loud and annoying. And I wasn’t safe from the noise pollution even in my dorm room.

Propaganda itself is a form of spam, although it’s sometimes masquerading as genuine news. The same applies to many forms of advertisements.

If the way a message is given is annoying and constant, it’s spam. If the method of messaging annoys you regardless of the content, it’s spam. For example, I find the sentence “Obama is a great president” annoying, since I disagree with the message very strongly and find it smugly ignorant, yet the message itself is not spam. If you write an article discussing the greatness of Obama, and you believe it, I support your right to do so. (However, if you write such an article as a propaganda piece, then it becomes more spammy.) Were you to put loudspeakers outside my window, and send fliers through my mail-slot every week, professing the greatness of Obama, that’s fucking annoying, i.e. spam.

The spam would annoy me no matter what the message is. Even if it was “9/11 was an inside job” or “kittens are cute”. Both messages are something I believe in wholeheartedly, and wish to see them promoted. However, if you have loudspeakers outside my window constantly shouting “9/11 was an inside job” or “kittens are cute”, it’s just gonna piss me off. It’s sort like 10 years ago when there used to be people on TV waving signs and shouting “9/11 was an inside job”. Back then I was still on the fence on the issue, but leaned positively toward the message, however the people just parroting the same phrase was annoying to me, and doubtlessly to many others. (Maybe people are still doing that on TV. I wouldn’t know since I don’t watch it.)

Regarding the cartoons that make fun of Muhammad, I think it probably started off genuine, but went awry later. The man who started the thing is Lars Vilks. I think he meant the cartoons as an artistic way of criticizing Islam, which is commendable. Some Muslim-extemists overreacted to this with violence proving Vilks’ point. However, now in 2015 with the Charlie Hebdo shootings and all, promoting the cartoons has become spammy. They’re not a controversial way of criticizing Islam anymore, they’re just a way to piss people off. I cannot say the exact process of how this happened or when.

I certainly do not advocate banning or censoring the cartoons, yet it’s not right saying they’re freedom of speech either. Freedom of speech requires some degree of tact, respect and decency. Making cartoons that mock Muhammad has become the equivalent of saying “I fucked you mom”. It’s not very classy, nor intelligent. Since Islam has been forced into Europe, we should criticize the things that are wrong with it, but do it in a civil and intelligent manner. The response that some extremists have given is killing people, which even less classy and intelligent than making the cartoons, but is that something to be proud of? Does that make Europeans morally superior? “We’re assholes, but at least we are not violent murderers.”

Moreover, deliberately pissing off decent Muslims isn’t very constructive either. They may not try to kill you, but I don’t think they like the cartoons. I’m not saying this out fear. We shouldn’t be suckered into some catch 22-situation where we must choose to cower in fear of retaliation and ban the cartoons, or publish them only piss off a lot of people.

This is basically how I see it, when the media is promoting the cartoons; they’re just trying to insult people. I don’t like or respect Islam. I dislike organized religion, the Abrahamic religions in particular, but pretty much every Muslim I’ve met has been a decent human being. They may not have been the best example of the average Muslim, since all of them have been students in a foreign country. Some of them even drank alcohol. So they may not be the most stereotypical ones, but I have to draw my conclusions based on my experiences more than on what the media is trying to tell me. If these decent people follow Islam, then so be it. The cartoons mocking Muhammad, in my eyes they’re mocking the people. I don’t know if Muhammad ever existed or anything, so I don’t care if you mock Muhammad, but since the character is important to Muslims mocking Muhammad equals mocking Muslims. This is not decent.

However, I’m sure certain Muslims would find even the notion, that I say I don’t know Muhammad existed or not, offensive. And if he did, he may have been a pedophile since he supposedly had sex with a 9-year-old. This too might be a grave offense to some. So I’m not saying we should censor ourselves from saying things that Muslims find offensive, if they are correct, or simply part of a process to pursue the truth. I’m saying we should assess Islam and express our opinions of it based on facts, whether they are good or bad , instead of simply finding excuses to offend people. Especially since this conflict between the West and Islam has been manufactured from the get go. We shouldn’t offer them any ammo.

It’s really late and I’m tired so this post is bound to be full of typos and errors. I’ll fix ’em later.

EDIT: fixed them.


Lars Vilks:

Criticism of Muhammad:



Honor Diaries and Abuse of Women in the Islamic World

I saw an intro video on something called Honor Diaries. It addresses the abuse of women especially in the Islamic world. Lately I’ve done several posts pointing out what a hypocritical hoax feminism is, since its not concerned about the rights of women at all. If taken at face value, the Honor Diaries video is exactly what feminists should do. One woman in the video expresses explicitly that you can get labelled an Islamophobe if you point out the abuse. Sounds relevant to me.

The official website says: “Honor Diaries is more than a movie, it is a movement to save women and girls from human rights abuses – around the world and here in America.” Sounds reasonable.

But at the end of the intro video the writer and producer of Honor Diaries, Paula Kweskin, says: “Honor Diaries talks about one the most important human rights issues today, the subjugation and persecution of women in honor based societies.” You lost me there. One of the biggest problems in modern societies is that there is no honor. The rule is that anything goes as long as you don’t get caught. If there was a sense of honor installed in men, as there were in olden times, many of the problems we face today would not exist. I guess the kind of honor Kweskin means is the fucked up Muslim-extremist honor where women get killed for violating their oppressive rules. That’s probably what she means, but not necessarily. Quite frankly I don’t trust her. Maybe she is actually on a crusade to eliminate the sense of honor from people, and using women’s rights as an excuse to do so. Is she saying women aren’t subjugated and persecuted in dishonorable societies?

I’m not just nit-picking here. You have to be clear what you mean. Is the goal of Honor Diaries to eliminate the concept of honor, or liberate women from oppression? The intro video seems to be focusing a lot on the word honor, such as the name of the movie, but it’s quite vague what they mean by it. They should distinguish proper, ethical kind of honor from the kind of false honor Muslim extremists use as an excuse to butcher women. The phrase “honor violence” is mentioned, but I’m still not convinced by the sanity or integrity of Ms Kweskin.

The honor issue aside, the movement sounds good at face value, but usually these movements are a fucking scam, and I’ve seen little to convince me otherwise in this case. At the very end of the video Kweskin asks for money, of course, to help her. She probably got it since the video was uploaded on Youtube a year ago.

Usually these movements manipulate the emotions and sense of decency of regular people to scam them out of their money. I see little reason to believe Honor Diaries is any different. It would be pleasant if I was wrong, though.


A Klingon’s honor means more to him than his life!
– Kurn, son of Mogh

A Muslim-extremist’s honor means more to him than the life of his female family members, I wager.


P.S. I forgot to mention one thing. One of the women in the video says: “It’s very easy to break a twig or a stick. When you bundle them together, you can’t break that.” This is of course a reference to the fasci, from which comes the word fascism. Not that what she says is inherently evil; the analogy makes sense. I’m just wondering if she’s aware of what she is saying?





Honor Diaries- exclusive extended clip:

Honor diaries website:

Feminism: Guilty as Charged

A couple of weeks ago I wrote: “if someone thought I was being too harsh on feminism there, you need only look at the Rotherham scandal to notice feminists don’t care one iota about women’s, or little girls’, rights. I have not heard one single feminist get up in arms over the Rotherham scandal, but I’ve seen several websites commenting on the hypocrisy of feminists in this matter. There are titles like Where were the feminists in Rotherham?, Rotherham has a real rape culture–which is why “rape culture”-obsessed feminists don’t care, Why Politicians, Cops & Feminists Turn a Blind Eye to 1,400 Rape Victims and Feminists’ silence on Rotherham is deafening.

Last night I found out the story of a porn actress Cytherea through Ramzpaul’s video. She was brutally raped by three young black guys, and the feminists say nothing at all. Her friend and another porn actress, Mercedes Carrera, made a very poignant video pointing out the hypocrisy of the feminists. I rest my case on feminism.

Not to belittle the humanity or intelligence of porn actresses, but you have to admit society is fucked up beyond the fucking bend when porn actresses are the moral backbone and the voice of sanity in the Western civilization.



Porn Star Unloads on Feminist:

Why Are Feminists Ignoring The Violent Gang Rape Of Porn Star Cytherea?:

Why We Must Take Action- The Porn Charity, Mercedes Carrera:–s

My earlier post:

The Boston Bombing is still a Hoax, and not going away

I just watched a video on the Boston Marathon Bombing in 2013. John B. Wells of Caravan to Midnight interviewed an Australian guy called PeeKay, and David Weiss. PeeKay has done quite a good job of dismantling the fallacious hoax that the Boston Bombing was. I’ve watched some of PeeKay’s Youtube videos before, but not that much.

Another great source of exposing the fraud is Chris Spivey’s website. He’s a British guy who has explored the Marathon Bombing in great detail.

If you’re not aware of the facts of the so called Boston Bombing I recommend taking a look of the work of these two men.

One thing that still bothers me about this hoax is how did they manage to find all of these people willing to be complicit in this conspiracy? Many of the people seem quite amateurish, and many of them had missing limbs already before the marathon. Did they simply recruit a bunch of handicapped crisis actors to do it? I don’t think they (the people organizing the hoax) could ensure their silence simply by paying them money.

I can’t help but think that maybe this was some sort of Luciferian hoax. As I’ve mentioned before, I recently read Angelic Defenders & Demonic Abusers by Kerth Barker who was involved, or victimized, by these secret societies as a child. He said that he was chosen, because the Luciferians found out he could keep a secret, whereas his siblings could not. All of the Luciferians are blackmailed somehow to ensure their obedience, and I think the people involved in the bombing hoax enjoyed deceiving people in the first place.

This is conjecture of course, yet I still haven’t found a better answer why no-one has said anything, and they seem quite happy to perpetuate the lie. And many of the people involved do seem like amateurs to me, not professional intelligence agency people or anything like that. It would not even surprise me if some people willingly had their legs amputated months in advance to the marathon just so they could participate in the hoax. It may sound extreme, but Luciferianism is a religion, which is based on deception, and religious nuts are willing to do all sorts crazy stuff to further their goals.

In fact there is one guy shown in the Caravan to Midnight video giving the devil horns with his hand (at 2:19:02 in the video), and he is wearing a red shirt with a (devil’s?) trident on his back (at 2:39:03). I know this is hardly proof of anything, but I would at least call it evidence. There’s also one young woman who “survived” hoax in the video who says: “I’m a criminal(?) justice major, actually.” (It’s at 1:07:30-47.) I think there is deliberate mockery in her expression, since she knows she has been involved in this rape of justice.

Anyways, feel free to disregard my conjecture, if you think it sounds nonsensical. But do not disregard the facts presented by PeeKay and Spivey. The bombing was a hoax, and it has been proven.


Caravan To Midnight – Episode 232 Boston Marathon Bombing Hoax Deconstructed:

Boston Bollocks by Chris Spivey:

Robin Williams’ Coroner Report

I read the coroner’s report on Robin Williams. I’ve written about his death a couple times before, and I suspect it might have been murder. I certainly don’t think it was autoerotic asphyxiation.



Unsurprisingly the report says Williams committed suicide. However, there was no suicide note, his wife hadn’t noticed any suicidal tendencies, and the coroner did not find any evidence of suicidal thoughts in his internet browsing history.

Robin Williams has had a history of depression though, and he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease a few years ago. Also in the period before his death Williams had been hallucinating, delusional and paranoid. He had put a bunch of wrist watches in a sock and gave them to somebody hoping they would keep the watches safe. His increase in paranoia had recently increased.

Williams had died from strangulation with a belt, and there was a towel between the belt and his neck, possibly to soften the pain. There were superficial cuts on his left wrist, made with his own knife, I think. The description sounds like something an angsty teenager might do.

If he committed suicide, it appears he hadn’t been planning it for a long time. It was a spur of the moment thing. At first tried to cut his wrists, but failed to do any real damage. Then he hung himself.


Autoerotic Asphyxiation

The coroner asked Williams’ wife if he practiced autoerotic asphyxiation. She said no. The coroner also found no porn or “reflective devices” near Robin’s body. I’m not sure what is meant by reflective devices. Mirrors? Like he would be looking at himself while masturbating? There is also no description of semen near the body. If Williams died due to autoerotic asphyxiation the family has cleaned up the evidence and his wife is lying.

However, if he died masturbating, why would he cut his wrist? That sounds quite disturbing that he should cut his wrist, tie a belt around his neck and start mastubating. It makes no sense to. The alternative media has seemed to be promoting this autoerotic asphyxiation thing for the most part, and it didn’t make sense to me, and still doesn’t.



The coroners report does offer some ground for speculating that Williams was murdered. First of all, he didn’t seem to have any suicidal intent prior to his death. He had gotten paranoid recently. Maybe he was crazy, or maybe there was someone trying to kill him. The bit about Robin Williams putting wrist watches in a sock, and giving it to somebody (his friend?) to protect him sounds crazy when taken out of context, but maybe it isn’t. The watches may be valuable, and Williams may simply have been trying to protect them from being stolen. There’s been rumours that Williams had money problems prior to his death. So maybe loan-sharks wanted his expensive watches, and killed him because he didn’t have them. However, at least his publicist said that Williams had no financial problems, so maybe not.

Williams had cuts on his wrist, and before that he had given his wrist watches to somebody else for safe keeping. There could be a connection. If the watches were special somehow, and someone wanted them, when they didn’t get the watches they cut his wrist to punish him. This is probably not what happened, but the watch thing is curious.


Hazelton Lodge or Hazelden Lodge?

Williams’ wife mentioned that he has checked into “Lodge at Hazelton, located in Minnesota, which is a retreat associated with a drug / alcohol rehibilitation” in June and July 2014. I didn’t find any Hazelton Lodge on Google. There are two small towns in Minnesota called Hazelton. I don’t think that’s what she was talking about. However I did find Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, which is a lodge. Even I know what a Betty Ford clinic is, even though I’m not American. When speaking, Hazelton and Hazelden sound similar, so the coroner may have been mistaken.

Maybe Robin Williams went to he lodge to get help, but they failed, and he committed suicide. Then again I’m suspicious of the lodge. It is called a lodge after all (like Masons and other fraternities). Something else may have gone on in there. But I won’t continue with this topic further, since it’s pure speculation. I do however suggest you look into what Freeman has said about celebrity and Hollywood mind control. Clinics like this may be used for such activities, but I’ve no idea if Williams has had any experience with such things.



I don’t think he died due to autoerotic asphyxiation. I don’t see any immediate reason to discount the possibility that Williams committed suicide. It’s possible, but the thing is, I don’t know that this is what happened. There’s still some loose ends. I think he died under suspicious circumstances, and therefore I’m going to assume murder until proven otherwise, because that’s how I see things.



Coroner’s report:

Robin Williams “Had No Financial Problems”:

Hazelton in Minnesota:,_Aitkin_County,_Minnesota

The other Hazelton:,_Kittson_County,_Minnesota

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation:

Hollywood Mind Control – Freeman and Jamie:

My other stuff on Robin Williams:

Why I am more inclined to view suspicious deaths as murder than suicide:

Are demons embedded in our DNA or Genetic Memory?

In recent years the notion that society is becoming more demonic, possession is increasing and perhaps even the gates of hell are opening has become somewhat popular in the part of conspiracy research world interested in the occult or religious topics. Extra Terrestrial too are becoming to be seen as interdimensional or demonic entities instead creatures from another planets, especially since traditional Ufology has been going nowhere for decades with their dated assumptions. While I pride myself of usually avoiding trends, I can’t help but find myself floating in the same direction with this type of research.



But there is one big question that no-one really wants to point out too clearly, since they know they cannot answer it; what is a demon?

Demons are generally regarded as non-corporeal, often intelligent entities from other realms of existence or dimensions, such as hell. They cannot affect, or have difficulty affecting, our earthly, physical realm, therefore do it by possessing people or engaging in contracts with them. Often demons are seen as evil or servants of evil, but that seems to be more since the rise of Christianity. I’m going to assume associating with demons is more likely to be dangerous, the same as, say, associating with lions. Lions are not evil, but if you venture too close to them, you will get killed. Still, some people like lion tamers are able to engage in productive relationships with lions. I’m going to assume the same applies to demons.

Now we get to biggest problem; what does this mean? How does it work? What is actually a non-corporeal entity? How can it affect us or the physical world? In modern days this sort of stuff is seen as silly superstition, and even though I try not to think of it as superstition, I still cannot quite fathom would it work. I cannot simply accept that demons , or other kinds spirits exist without some sort of clarification. It has to have a system, a mechanism, something that can be explained. In order to attempt that, we first have to look at the nature of consciousness itself.



Demons, assuming they exist, are conscious being yet without a body or any physical place of habitation, at least from out perspective. Human beings each have a body and a consciousness. Animals too have the same, although their consciousness is (probably) more limited and simple than human consciousness. Perhaps plants too have consciousness, at least shamanic cultures seem to think so. But how about demons, they don’t have any frame of reference in the physical plane, and therefore modern science especially refuses to even consider they might exist.

Ingo Swann, the “father” of remote viewing, wrote in his book Penetration on telepathy and its relationship to consciousness, how the established view of telepathy is wrong. He said that the theoretical model from over 100 years ago is that telepathy is transfer of thought from one mind to another, but this does address what is the vehicle that transfers the thought. Moreover he describes how the consciousness of each individual is regarded as an island “among multitudes of other islands”, but how does one transfer information from one island to another?

Swann mentions that mystics usually believe that: “Consciousness is a universal substance, and that each human is only a small manifestation within it.” He hints that if each individual is an island, then the islands reside on “a greater ocean of consciousness which exists independently of each human unit.” If there already is this, ocean of consciousness it might have other forms of conscious beings in it, which do not require an island, i.e. a body. Perhaps they reside in the wind or the waves, or on the islands inhabited by others.

Ultimately all forms of consciousness would presumably come from the ocean, and be dependent on it, yet they manifest themselves differently. It should be noted scientist have no clue where consciousness exists. It is often assumed it is located somewhere in the brain, but since they haven’t been able to prove this far, I’m fairly certain that is not the case. Better alternatives would be the DNA, psychologist Julian Jaynes suggested it was in the nervous system, if I remember correctly, or perhaps consciousness is somehow external to us, like information in the internet Cloud and we connect to it with the brain.

Biologist Rupert Sheldrake claims that telepathy is a natural occurrence, and not a supernatural one. Both animals and people use it. Animals more regularly. I have to agree. Ingo Swann mentioned that Group-think is a form of telepathy too. Certainly when I was younger I suffered from a lack of telepathic ability, since most of the norms of society seemed incomprehensible to me, whereas most people seemed to understand them intuitively. I think this was due to people unconsciously creating a telepathic consensus reality with each other from which I was disconnected. Rather ironically it may be that nowadays most people think that telepathy is humbug, since they have telepathically convinced each other this is the case. I don’t think so, because I never got the telepathic message to believe this is so.


The Ouija board

Tracy Twyman has been using the Ouija board for years to contact spirits, demons or whatever for information. Most famously she has conversed with Cain and Baphomet. I find her genuine. I don’t think she’s dumb or dishonest. Twyman has said that the entities know many things she does not, so she isn’t merely accessing information from her subconscious either. So therefore I’m going assume she has contacted some sort of conscious beings external to her and the other people with her in the room during the Ouija session. She has recorded videos of some of her sessions. I assume they are genuine, and not staged.

The question is then how does this spirit, demon or entity make Twyman and her partner to move the planchette (the object with the hole used to indicate the letters)? I’ve never used a Ouija board myself so I do not know how it feels. In the movies spiritism and seances are usually depicted like some sort of invisible entity float above the people in the room and controls the medium as if by remote control. Like some mystical wifi-energy and the people are remote-controlled by this. Maybe this is nothing like the truth. What if the when using a Ouija board, or a medium being possessed by an entity, it is not some external force that takes over the person, but a program within the person is activated?

In a Ouija session the entity uses the hand of the people involved to move the planchette. Perhaps the entity has been in the people to begin with, it is part of their DNA or genetic memory, or in the blood already. It is an ancient program that is activated, similar to a suppressed instinct. The person allows this program to run its course and control him or her, this results in some degree of possession. Using a Ouija board is a slight form of possession, since the entity uses the hands of the participants to use the planchette. If my assumption is correct, these entities would not be physically external to the people involved, but their consciousness is external to both the conscious and unconscious mind of the possessees. An Ouija seance (if this expression can be used) consists of at least two people. Therefore perhaps the demon program is activated in only one person, and somehow telepathically it affects everyone in the room.

In Twyman’s Ouija sessions Cain, and any other entities, understand English, which I’m pretty sure the mythological or historical Cain did not. And quite interestingly he seems to miss-spell words fairly often. This too would suggest to me that the entities are a part of the person being possessed, as they are able to use their language capabilities to express themselves. However, an entity that told Twyman about the board game Ageio, the predecessor of chess, describe the names of squares in the game. The names were in a foreign language, which the entity said was Aryan, when asked. This reminds me of speaking in tongues, which is regarded as a sacred practice in Christianity. We could have ancient, long-dead languages encoded in our DNA.

Perhaps these demons and non-corporeal entities are simply the ancestors from our distant past, in one sense dead, and in another still alive with us. Their power, personality and how we react to them may have changed over the course of millennia so that we see them as demons or angels. Then again mayhaps they were non-human beings with bodies to begin with, but have died off and been recorded in our DNA for some reason. Perhaps these are the gray aliens and reptilians are, since most accounts of people encountering such beings are dream-like, and they do not appear flesh and blood as we. Perhaps they are creatures of blood, not flesh. They may have encoded themselves in our DNA as only way of remaining alive before extinction. Sort of like a rich man uploading his consciousness into a computer before dying. The demons may be attempting to remain being mentioned in the Book of Life, when they should not be.

One analogy might be that we are from one generation to a next like the same computer, but with each new individual the operating system (like Windows or Linux) is deleted (not formatted), and a new version is installed on the same hard drive. Some of the old programs and files still remain, many of them lie unnoticed, but some may affect us. Throughtout hundreds of generations, all sorts of interesting stuff may accrue into our “junk DNA”.


Racial Memory

If my assumptions are true, then it would suggest different people from different races and bloodlines would have different demons encoded into them. I can’t help but wonder that entities such as Cain and Baphomet are Judeo-Christian in their origin. Would a Chinese guy using the Ouija board contact either of these entities? Might be, but I doubt it.

I think the reason Tracy Twyman managed to do it is partially tied to her culture, being a Westerner, and also her bloodline. Most likely she has some quite potent blood in her to channel such entities. It’s common knowledge these days that most of the elites in Europe and America belong to the same bloodlines, sometimes described as the 13 Illuminati bloodlines. Kerth Barker’s book Angelic Defenders & Demonic Abusers that I finished reading recently recounts the experiences of Kerth, who was as a child abused by Luciferians, and they wanted to recruit him when he got older, because he possessed some important bloodlines in him. David Icke has said a long time ago that the elites have these special reptilian bloodlines that allows them to shapeshift or be possessed by reptilians.

Whatever the details of the story are, the bottom line is that the bloodlines seem to have some specific practical significance, otherwise the elites would not care so much about it. The significance is probably related to information somehow, since DNA and genes are basically just information. Having access to these bloodlines they hope to have access to that information, perhaps in a manner similar to Twyman. I don’t think the bloodlines themselves are evil, it’s just that it’s only evil people who seem to really understand their significance.


Interbreeding and Multiculturalism

If my assumptions are true, then it would clearly make a difference what your blood or race is. A Korean guy cannot access the knowledge of Baphomet, but Tracy Twyman could not be possessed by an ancient Korean general as Korean mudangs are.

It has been pointed out time and time again that the elites want to promote multiculturalism and interbreeding between different races, and I haven’t really understood why. But based on this reasoning it would make sense if you take into account the dystopian account that the elites want engage in dysgenics to breed the masses into an amorphous mass of dumb servants. If everyone possesses the ancestral memories of his tribe or race, the spiritual prowess and wisdom inherent for a particular branch of humanity, the elites want to breed that out from the masses. The ancestral memory gene may be recessive. They want to create mongrels that have no connection to their mystical past.

I certainly am not saying people from different races should not interbreed at all, but that you should do it consciously.



I should not forget to mention that in ancient Greece the word daimon meant an innate spirit within a man, a protective spirit or an advisor, or a “deified hero”. Native American spirit guides may refer to a similar thing. As a modern man, I am not happy to simply accept that we have this sort of supernatural guardian angel in our heads without explanation. Nor am I content to dismiss demons as simply something evil as Christianity has done, yet I don’t want to disregard the warning Christianity has provided either. At least to me it makes sense that demons exist as our ancestors thought, but I do not want to be a naive New Ager who believes they are all benign, and neither am I a puritan who thinks they are all evil. The possibility that demons are something inherent and genetic to us, univeral yet different to each individual, is real.

However, as I’ve said many times, this is mostly assumption and conjecture. Maybe I have no idea what I’m talking about.




Ingo Swann’s Penetration:

Rupert Sheldrake on telepathy:

Twyman’s Ouija sessions on video:

Tracy Twyman – Hour 1 – Clock Shavings: Demonic Confessions:

Korean Shaman (무당) – Possession by the Spirit of Changun:


Are we headed for a cataclysmic, eschatological end of the world event after all?

I did not intend to write about this topic when I was doing my previous post on the Mayan Calendar. Yesterday I discovered the research of someone called Lucus or Lucas. Back in 2010 he was interviewed on Red Ice radio and did a few presentations on Youtube on his theory about a cataclysmic event, probably a comet, that happens cyclically every 36000 years.

These themes aren’t new to me, but Lucus puts the information together quite reasonably and no-nonsensically. I guess the most obvious observation he has made is noting petroglyphs, rock carvings, from the pre-historical world containing spirals, goats and some sort of horned demon.



I won’t try to recount all of the information Lucus puts out, it’s better you look it up yourself than try to make sense from my second-hand account. The main point is, maybe we are headed toward a cataclysmic event, and the elites know something about, although not necessarily much about it, and clearly they’re not telling us, at least not directly.

Maybe you’re thinking we already had Y2K, the Millennium, comet Elenin was going cause havoc, 2012 wasn’t the end of the world, just give it up. The world didn’t end then, nor is it gonna end now. But maybe they are evidence of the upcoming event. I have three different possibilities for how it works.

One is, maybe somehow deep down we know through our genetic memory or whatnot that such an event is going to happen, and even though rationally we do not know it is going to happen, subconsciously we devise stories of this cataclysm trying to convince the rational mind.

The second possibility is that this is some sort of reverse psychology, Boy who cried Wolf-manipulation, by the elite trying to convince us not to take care of ourselves, since maybe once or twice we’ve gotten worked up about this end of the world stuff, but since we’ve seen false promises many times already, we won’t be prepared when the real thing happens. Alex Jones has been screaming about martial law and people being hauled off to FEMA camps for years, but nothing like that has happened yet. So I think a lot of people have sort of forgotten about the camps, but as far as I know they’re still there, and they were built for some purpose.

The third possibility is that perhaps the elites are engaging in their perverse idea of compassion in seeding these cataclysmic themes in popular culture, subconsciously trying to tell the people that society as we know it is going to fall. If the news were to say that next year a comet is gonna come and kill most of you, we wouldn’t have to wait for the comet, as the people would go crazy and cause an event just by themselves without needing any natural disaster. Lucus pointed out that in recent years there have been many TV shows focused on survival. I don’t know anything about that as I don’t watch TV, but I do know that survival or sandbox survival is one of the most popular genres in computer games these days.

I don’t know if there is any cyclical, mythological cataclysmic event that’s gonna happen anytime soon, but I think anyone who is mentally and emotionally connected from the main stream understands that we are headed for a disaster. Whether it’s a natural, cosmic, manufactured or mythological I do not know, possibly all of the above, but the way of life as it is now, is not sustainable in the long term. This will eventually lead to a large scale war or collapse of society by other means, if an outside threat does not do it before. Be it the Destroyer comet or a fake alien invasion.

It never hurts to be prepared for it by storing food and tools, and having practical skills, but I think the most important thing is to be mentally prepared. Don’t be a deer in the headlights if tomorrow a planet sized comet begins tearing the world apart, or an “alien” mothership appears in the airspace of your hometown. One useful thing I actually learned in university is that natural disasters are social problems first and foremost. Disasters happen all the time, but what really causes most of the damage is when people are not prepaped for it.

I feel I should finally read Worlds in Collision by Immanuel Velikovsky.



Lucus – The Destroyer Star & The Future of Mankind:

LUCUS – The Destroyer Star and the Future of Mankind – The Destroyer, Nemesis, Etc…:

1/12 Lucus at Brave New Books 10/10/2010: The Return of the Great Dragon:

Lucus’ website:

Alex Jones Show – FEMA Concentration Camps, Coffins: