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Wrestlemania 33 and Occult Symbolism

Wrestlemania 33 was held last weekend. I watched it for fun, but it was loaded with all sorts of so-called Illuminati symbolism so I figured I should talk about it.

In the beginning of the show there an intro sequence showing an animation of a rollercoaster introducing the wrestlers. The clip has occult symbolism in it every few seconds.

On the left there is the eight-pointed star of Ishtar, but here it also resembles the sun or a nuclear explosion with a crater below. On the right is an upside down blue triangle. Both symbols are seen several times in Wrestlemania 33.

 

The rollercoaster continues further and we see The Miz with his wife. A black triangle with white outlines is seen in the background.

 

The journey continues further and the triangle turns into the all-seeing-eye. It doesn’t get any more obvious than this.

 

The camera goes into the triangle and this green watery portal can be seen.

 

Then it revealed the eye was of the dollar bill. It has the number 33 on it. There’s Shane McMahon in the middle jumping from the top of a cage. The dollar bill is a kind of double-entendre as Shane’s theme song goes “here comes the money”. Shane is the man with the money (he is the son of Vince McMahon, the owner of WWE).

 

The rollercoaster continues and we see a yellow triangle with some sort of symbol inside. I don’t know what this refers to as I cannot see the symbol properly.

 

Then we end up in the locker rooms. The walls are covered with Tron-like computerish blue and black rectangles. I’m also not sure what this means. Reference to being stuck in the Matrix?

 

A bit later we see the tag team trio, New Day, riding a unicorn on a rainbow. Unicorn probably refers to Osiris, the horned god. The rainbow resembles a dome, or the firmament covering the earth.

 

Along with the symbolism, I find the name New Day an interesting name. It reminds me of the logo Barack Obama used for his presidential campaign. It also depicts the dawn of a new day.

 

What is this New Day then? I suppose it is Workers’ Paradise of the Communists, the Utopia just around the corner, the singularity of the transhumanists, or the completed Great Work of the Freemasons, but the trick is that it will never be finished. The point is the anticipation of slaving for this goal. The journey to nothingness is its own reward.

For people like myself who dread this coming dystopia, this New World Order, the trick is to keep us in fear. Anticipating for things to get worse. We’ll see martial law and people herded off into FEMA camps some day. Some day the economic system is going to collapse. Or maybe it won’t. I remember hearing so many doomsday prophecies of different sorts over the years, from the 2012 end of the world (or awakening) to economic collapse that’s supposed to happen in just a few months, back in 2011. But there is never a climax to these stories, whether they promise a Utopia or Dystopia.

 

Anyway, let’s get back to the Wrestlemania intro. Here we see Triple H as a petrified titan or nephilim who breaks out from his stony prison.

 

Later there’s a tunnel made of arches with two pillars around it behind Charlotte Flair. She looks like some sort of Illuminati priestess or queen.

 

Then the rollercoaster shows another portal. This time it’s blue and watery.

 

After that we see Bray Wyatt holding a lantern.  That’s his usual shtick. He has a lantern and then he blows it out before a match. The reason I found this intriguing is that it resembles the Hermit card from the tarot. It was also in the Economist’s cover for this year.

 

Then Bray Wyatt’s opponent. Randy Orton, is presented. He is shown, very briefly as half-reptilian. His nick name is the Viper, and the viper is shown throughout the show along with Randy. I’ve always felt the nickname Viper is a boring and generic one, especially since he used to be known as the Legend Killer, something the commentators in the show allude to. I’ve always thought the Viper is a name that some guy in a suit with no imagination came up with. Another boring nickname that seems similar to me is the Beast, which is attributed to Brock Lesnar. Both names also are related to evil characters in the Bible, although viper is not exactly the same as serpent.

 

This is the most obvious symbolism I found in the intro sequence. There are some other things I found later on in the show.

In the match between Seth Rollins and Triple H, Seth is dressed up in a golden costume carrying a torch. The golden costume the Golden Fleece? Does the torch mean he is playing the part of Prometheus?

 

Seth Rollins, as does every wrestler in the show, comes out of this sun portal looking thing. In the background there’s a ziggurat or a pyramid, and he walks on a bridge of fire.

 

I think in the match between HHH and Rollins, the commentators even refer to ‘clash of titans’ or battle between titans, although it might have been another match. As you might remember, Triple H was shown as a titan in the intro sequence. So Prometheus is battling a titan here?

 

Before the match between Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt, a video clip highlighting the feud between the two men is shown. In the clip Randy is holding this odd-looking symbol he calls a “crucifix”, although the way he says it makes it sound like a “crucix”. What is a crucix? That ain’t no crucifix I’ve ever seen. It’s more like the Mark of the Beast, since there is a circle with an X inside.

 

This sort of occult symbolism is ubiquitous in our society from movies, to music videos, to sport events to pretty much everything. Many articles have been written and videos shot exposing this fact, but I’m still not quite sure why. What is the purpose of this? Is it some sort of occult magic to manipulate our psyches in some way, or to magically affect the nature of reality? Could be, but I have another interpretation. If you live in a Christian society, you’ll see Christian symbolism and rituals everywhere. People wear crosses, you might see paintings depicting biblical events, people celebrate Christian holidays, they’ll enact nativity plays during Christmas and so on. If you live in a Buddhist society, you’ll see statues of Buddhas here and there, people wear Buddhist accessories and so on. Modern America, and most of the developed world, is a Masonic, Luciferian, Satanist or just occult society. That is the religion that people adhere to, even if most people don’t do it consciously. I think Wrestlemania 33 might just be an example of this.

 

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The Economist’s 2017 Tarot cover, Part 2

This is the second part of my analysis of the Economist’s cover for 2017. You can see the first part here: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2016/11/23/the-economists-2017-tarot-cover-part-1/

 

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Let’s get down to business.

 

Death

According to Rachel Pollack death is an equalizer, it strikes everyone, kings and commoners alike. Interestingly the Rider-Waite version of the card has the pope, or at least someone with a fish-hat like the pope, begging for mercy.

Pollack points out that without death nothing new could come into existence. You need to create room for new things to exist. She also remarks that contrary to popular opinion death does not refer to transformation, rather it denotes us giving up our old masks to allow transformation to take place. In this sense it seems related to the Tower.

The Rider-Waite version of Death has a river flowing through it, which according to Rachel Pollack, signifies the unity of change and eternity. The Economist card, however, shows a dried up river with a dead or dying fish. There’s a very obvious mushroom cloud on the Economist card, and mosquitos that probably refer to the Zika virus. In short, the Economist card does not seem to hint at change as much as at plain death and destruction. And there is of course the grim reaper on his white horse. Looks like the four horsemen of the apocalypse, pestilence, war, famine and death.

I cannot see any positive interpretation to this card. According to it next year will have death plenty of death and destruction.

 

The Magician

The Magician represents consciousness, action and creation according to Pollack. It symbolizes the idea of manifestation. The magician uses the physical world for magical operations, but also creates the world to give life meaning and direction. Pollack also points out that the magician is like a lightning rod, directing the energy from above to the physical ground.

The Economist card looks very similar to the Rider-Waite version, but he has a VR-device over his face, and he is using his creative energies to power a 3D-printer, which prints out houses. The card has a certain Transhumanist or technocratic sense to it. Magic has been replaced by technology, and the figure almost looks like he is blind-folded as he wearing the VR-device.

One theory I read somewhere on the internet is that the 3D-printer does not refer to an actual 3D-printer, but how mystical forces affect the 3D physical world. More specifically it was about “meme-magic”, which some people believe helped Trump become the president elect. These people revere Kek, an ancient Egyptian god of chaos and darkness, who has seen a revival in recent years. At first this sounds silly, but then again perhaps there is something to it. However, I would advice them to be careful with any occult forces they are tampering with, since as the card shows, they may wield this “meme-magic”, but they are also blinded by the eventual consequences of wielding such magics.

The houses emerging from the printer resemble those from the board game Monopoly. Perhaps this is a reference to a financial monopoly that is enabled by modern yet mystical technology, i.e. the Mark of the Beast. Perhaps it will emerge into public next year. There has been all sorts of speculation about the Mark for decades, whether it’s barcodes, microchips or a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, but maybe we don’t have to speculate much longer. The houses could also refer to some sort of housing crisis, such as the one that happened in USA some years ago, with people going homeless despite there being plenty of empty houses. Then again, perhaps the card refers to a housing shortage being solved. In Europe, especially in Sweden and Germany there has been a housing shortage due to the immigration crisis. Maybe they will solve it.

 

Wheel of Fortune

The medieval church considered pride to the greatest sin as the denoted putting oneself before Christ, accoring to Rachel Pollack. The symbol of pride is a king falling out of power. In general the wheel of fortune refers to the workings of fate and changing times, and how fate may seem random, but there is a purpose or a pattern behind it. Pollack notes that we may not be able to change fate, but it we can decide whether we are willing to accept change and adapt to it.

The Economist card refers obviously to European elections. Germany’s Angela Merkel in the red dress is going down and getting hit by lightning on her way, whereas France’s Marine Le Pen is going up. The man on the bottom is probably Geert Wilders, an anti-immigration politician from the Netherlands. I am not sure whether him being in the bottom means that that’s where he will remain, or that he will rise up along Marine Le Pen. It seems envitable though that the political situation in Europe will turn right, as it has in the States.

There are two ballot boxes on the foreground with an X on them. Maybe they’re there just to highlight the fact that the card refers to politics and elections, or perhaps the X has a deeper meaning. In cartoons, for example, if a person is knocked unconscious his eyes become two X-marks, so an X is a symbol of malfunction. It could mean that there will be some sort of shenanigans when it comes to the elections with no clear result arising.

Overall though, I see nothing very revealing or surpring on the card. It seems to reflect the changing direction of the wind of politics.

 

The Star

The final card is the Star. Pollacks remarks that after the storm comes peace. Light comes out of darkness. The Star represents healing and wholeness.

The Rider-Waite version of the Star has eight eight-sided stars on it. The star of Ishtar has eight sides to it.The Economist version has 14 stars with human faces on them, 10 small stars, one comet with three tails, and a moon with 5 or 6 craters on it. Clearly visible are 5 of the craters, but the right top corner of the moon might have another, but it is not obvious. I have no idea what these heavenly bodies refer to, or who are the people depicted on the stars. I think somebody said they look like refugees.

I don’t know what the numbers 14, 10, 1, and 5/6 refer to either. Perhaps 14 refers to the number of parts Osiris was split into? The comet might also belong as one of the stars, so there would be 15. I googled to check out something about three-tailed comets. Apparently comet Hale-Bopp had three tails, but that showed up in the nineties and isn’t supposed to come back for over 2000 years. I also found mentions of a three-tailed comet, C/2014 Q1 PanSTARRS, by astronomers from last year. I don’t know if it’s significant in any way.

Aside from the numerology and anonymous faces, the Economist card has the stars, a comet and the moon. This might refer to the actual outer space. Trump has made some statements about buffing up NASA, which Obama has neutered even further. Perhaps next year NASA will star doing more. I am not very excited should this development come about, as I have very little faith in the honesty or “science” of NASA. Who knows, maybe we’ll finally see Nibiru next year, courtesy of Hollywood’s Industrial Light and Magic.

The Star is tilted to the right, similar to how Judgement is tilted to the left. I don’t know if this is significant.

 

The Spread

Now I’ve gone through all of the cards, but there is another important aspect to Tarot fortune-telling, the spread, or how you lay out the cards. Different cards in different positions mean different things. I have no idea what the actual spread the Economist is using is, or if they’re using any of them at all. I did manage to find one spread though that at least matches the Economists 2 by 4 layout from the Psychic Revelation website.

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I am not sure whether this is in any way applicable to the Economist’s picture, but I’ll try to interpret the picture assuming it is. At least there’s some logical connection between Economist’s divination about next year, whereas this spread is used for finding about a month. Both refer to a set time period.

According to the spread the first four cards correspond to the main focus of the four weeks. The second row’s card refers to a minor aspect of the same week. If we use the same method for a year, we can split it into four seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter, or just four quartals.

The first part, Q1, has the Tower as the main focus, and Death as the minor one. The start of next year would then be quite chaotic and tumultuous. There will be upheaval in the church, or between different denominations. There might be war, disease and famine. The mushroom cloud on Death suggests all-out nuclear war, yet it is only the minor focus, so maybe it does not actually mean that America nukes Russia, or vice versa. If this was to happen, this would be major aspect of any period of time. The explosion could refer to a nuclear power plant blowing up.

Q2 has Judgement as the main focus, and Magician as the minor one. I suppose this refers to Trump getting settled in the office and making major changes in the world. He is not the president yet, and a lot can happen in two months to change that, but at least the Economist seems to suggest that he will get in office.

In Q3 Trump’s meme-magic seems to already have taken place, as The World is the main focus, and the Wheel of Fortune is the minor one. My interpretation of the World is the furthering of the agenda of the New World Order. Wheel of Fortune would then suggests that the rest of the world will begin to follow the direction set by Trump.

People seem to rebel against the new system in Q4, since Hermit is the main focus. The minor focus, the Star, would seem to contradict the protests shown on the Hermit, as the Star supposedly represents light coming out of darkness, healing and pleasant stuff like that. Then again, the hermit is standing on the hill away from the masses. Perhaps society in general is in turmoil, but there are certain people who can live in peace if they choose to stay out of these dialectical battles orchestrated by the globalists. Alternatively, it might mean the elites are sipping cocoa in their bunkers while the people riot.

The Star has plenty of numbers and faces whose ultimate meaning I do not understand at all. Its meaning is a mystery.

 

Conclusion

I should point out that these are simply my interpretation on the message of the picture from the Economist. I might be completely off base. Moreover, I do not think the message depicted in the picture is set in stone. It does not mean all of it will happen, but it is more likely the plan of the elites. Everything might not go according to plan.

I am not 100% convinced on Trump either, whether he is working for them or us, or someone else. I do not even know if he will end up being president. All I say is that keep your eyes open. We will eventually find out if the cards had anything to do with what will happen. Another thing is that the motivation of the people behind the Economist to make these prophetic covers. They know that conspiracy nuts like to analyze them, and I don’t think they want us knowing their plans, so they might add some disinformation in there too. Or perhaps the cover is just a joke to give us something to occupy our time with.

 

Links:

Hale-Bopp: https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg15420801-800-three-tailed-comet/

Meet The Most Beautiful Comet You’ll Never See, C/2014 Q1 PanSTARRS: https://astrobob.areavoices.com/2015/07/19/meet-the-most-beautiful-comet-youll-never-see-c2014-q1-panstarrs/

Tarot Spread: http://www.psychic-revelation.com/reference/q_t/tarot/tarot_spreads/this_month_enhanced.html

The Economist’s 2017 Tarot cover, Part 1

A few days ago the latest cover of the Economist was released. Whenever it happens conspiracy nuts like myself try to analyze what it means. This time the magazine cover is different than usual. Instead of having loads of people standing there, they use Tarot-cards.

Here is the cover:

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I will analyze the first four cards of the picture here, and focus on the four latter cards at a later date.

I had a look of what Rachel Pollack’s Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom has to say each of the Tarot-cards presented on the cover.

 

Tower

The Tower represents upheaval. It may look like an outside force strikes the tower, but it is actually derived from psychological principles. They often result from “neglected and mishandled situations”. One example given by Pollack for the Tower is friends turning against you.

Although those who experience the events of the tower will suffer, it can have positive results such as death of the ego and replacing material comfort for something more important.

How about the Economist’s version of the card? Outside the tower are two groups, Communists and Christians who seem to be demonstrating or opposing the tower somehow. On the tower is also a cross and on the door is a memo. Lightning strikes the tower, and lightning, especially in the shape as shown on the card, is associated with Satanism.

It may seem contradictory at first that Communists and Christians seem to be on the same side against the tower which also bears the cross, but looking at the memo suggests that it represents the Protestants, whereas the Christians behind the tower are probably Catholics as the cross seems like it has a crucified figure on it. Martin Luther hammered his manifesto or “95 Theses” on the door of a chapel, which symbolises the Protestant Reformation. Co-incidentally this event took place in 1517, so next year heralds the 500th anniversary of the event.

I cannot say which sect of Christianity is the correct one, but I can say that the Catholic church as it is today headed by pope Francis, who is a Luciferian New World Order Jesuit, is not a force for good. If the Protestants are their enemies, I cannot help but think they are doing something right. So possibly starting from next year, the far-left and Catholics will start persecuting other Christians. Alternatively it may mean that Christians who are against the New World Order will realize how Satanic the world has become and start activating to fight against the system. Interestingly Donald Trump said in a speech, at a Catholic event that he and Hillary Clinton attended before the election took place, for the need to “stand up to anti-Catholic bias”. Perhaps the aspect of the Tower Tarot with friends turning against you refers to Trump turning against his supporters?

 

Judgement

The next card is Judgement with Trump sitting on the world with a sphere and scepter in his hands. Perhaps it is an attempt to deify Donald Trump as the Bible quotes God saying: “Heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool.”

Rachel Pollack describes the card as relating to eternal truth that frees us from all illusion and fear. Judgement also represents a new existence which is a mystery that we do not quite understand before we experience it. The card implies that the “reality of life has changed”.

I certainly agree that some sort of change has occurred and that we don’t know what will happen before it happens, as most people, myself included, did not believe that Trump would win the election. Whether Trump actually turns out to be the righteous king everyone who supported him was hoping he would be remains to be seen. All I can say is that we should free ourselves of illusion and fear and look at Trump objectively, especially if he starts to renege on his promises.

The card is slightly tilted to the left. I do not know if this means something. The American flag on the world seems to obscure Europe entirely. Possibly it means that this is how things have been for a long time, as the US has been telling the EU what to do, or perhaps Trump’s policies will outshine Europe.

 

The World

Pollack’s explanation on the card is freedom and rapture beyond words. Unconscious known unconsciously. The constant ecstatic dance of being. All very positive things, yet looking at the Economist card does not fill me with optimism. It looks like an interconnected New World Order network. There’s even a pyramid along with two banks? The red and black book looks like an account book, then there’s a painting and the two faces of tregedy and comedy. Is this an assertion of how the global network controls economy, culture and even our emotions?

According to Rachel Pollack the Rider-Waite version of the World has a woman dancing in it, and associates it with the hermaphroditic Shiva. All I see from the Economist’s card is the New World Order getting stronger.

 

The Hermit

Next is the Hermit. Pollack explains that the Hermit goes in two directions, inner and outer. It represents withdrawing from the world to begin the process of activating one’s unconscious, but also represents a teacher to guide others on their way.

On the Economist card the hermit is standing high up on a hill whereas the masses are marching against the TTIP trade pact. I am not sure whether this means that the hermit is guiding the masses with his light, or that he is far away from the masses and trying to seek a more spiritual path. There is also a globe with north America visible. There’s lightning-shaped crack in north-east America. I am not sure whether this symbolizes the social and political upheaval or is a clue of an upcoming earthquake or similar natural disaster.

Perhaps the masses are truly waking up, or perhaps they are as clueless as ever. Maybe fighting against the New World Order on the political level is pointless and you can only see the truth by retreating from society.

 

This is all for now. It’s taken me long enough to write this, and if I try to push until I write about all of them, I’d do a half-assed job. I’ll try to get to the four other cards tomorrow.

 

Links:

Trump: Statement on Standing up against Anti-Catholic Bias : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fI9ubo9jZ8k

An in depth look at Project Blue Beam

I’ll take a more detailed look at Project Blue Beam. It’s been discussed several times in the alternative media and conspiracy research community over the years, myself included. I just mentioned it last week in connection with Pokemon Go. However the project is usually just mentioned and its two main features, a fake alien invasion and false religious events, are highlighted, so I’ll look at most of the other features included in the report on Project Blue Beam.

Information about the project was brought forward by a French Canadian journalist Serge Monast in 1994. When I heard about the project and Serge Monast years ago one thing I wondered if it’s some kind of hoax, and if Mr Monast even existed since his name just sounded odd. Apparently he did exist. There’s a video of him on Youtube in a French language TV interview, and even Wikipedia has a page on him, and apparently he had written several book on conspiracies. In 1996 one day he was arrested, and the next day he was released and died of a heart attack.

 

The Goal of Project Blue Beam

Ultimate goal of the project is “to implement the new age religion with the Antichrist at its head”. According to Monast, NASA is agenda behind orchestrating the project, whereas he identified the New World Order as the head of the operation. United Nations is also heavily involved as “minions” of the NWO.

Project Blue Beam has four stages. The first one is faking historical and archeological discoveries. This is done by artificially creating earthquakes that will allow researchers to “supposedly” make new discoveries that “explain to all people the ‘error’ of all fundamental religious doctrines”. The quakes will hit strategic places where “arcane mysteries have been buried”. The mysteries that the NWO claim to uncover will be used to “destroy the beliefs of all Christians and Muslims on the planet”.

There certainly has been plenty of claims of artificially induced earthquakes used for political purposes among conspiracy researchers. The Haiti earthquake of 2010 is one of the best examples. Faking historical and religious facts also sounds like something they might do, although I don’t recall hearing any case of an earthquake helping archeologists though. If Serge Monast’s claims are correct, then the project has not been implemented yet.

 

Step Two

The second step in the project will involve NASA projecting holograms and using sounds to make create a “space show” to fool people with false religious events. The sodium layer of the sky will be used as a movie screen for projections of religious figures like Jesus, Mohammed, Buddha and so on.

Weird things like these have already been seen in the sky. Last year a city appeared in the sky in China, and just a few days ago an “angel” was seen floating above the Ground Zero of the World Trade Center in New York. Does this suggest that Project Blue Beam is closer than we think?

Angel of WTC
City in the sky in China

Monast claims that the Soviets had a computer that studied “the electrical, chemical and biological properties of the human brain.” Based on the description this computer seems like the Universal Translator in Star Trek that allows it to translate any known language instantly. This technology will be used along with the holograms to make people accept the “new Messiah”, Maitreya, or the Anti-Christ.

While this may sound like far-fetched science fiction, the fact that Chemtrails are being sprayed at a fairly constant rate around the world might suggest that the sodium layer isn’t good enough for the holographic projection, and they need chemtrails to help with it. The fact that the New World Order has been gathering all kinds of data from people for many years using all sorts of programs like Facebook, Pokemon Go, Google might mean that they do have this “Soviet” supercomputer used for predicting human behaviour. In fact, the military exercise last year, Jade Helm, was allegedly about an AI such as this.

Social and religious disorder will be dissolved due to the old religious doctrines being revealed as supposedly false which will set “loose millions of programmed religious fanatics through demonic possession on a scale never witnessed before. In addition, this event will occur at a time of profound worldwide political anarchy and general tumult created by some worldwide catastrophe.” I would say this is already happening without steps one and two. Demonic possession appears to be on the rise as well even according to some psychiatrists.

 

Third Step, Two-Way Communication

The third step in the project is about “telepathic and electronically augmented two-way communication where ELF, VLF and LF waves will reach each person from within his or her own mind, convincing each of them that their own god is speaking to them from the very depths of their own soul.”

Already back 2013 there was a subway ad that made a sound audible only to the target. This technology may have existed for decades, but has been put to commercial use only recently. In the past it was probably limited only to military and assassination use.

Monast also describes how fear has been used by governments and corporations to manipulate people. This has become painfully obvious since 9/11 how it is used, but Monast died  seven years before the false flag attack.

The Canadian says that United Nations teaches that “no one owns his or her own personality”, nor they should be allowed to have it. This is certainly true already today. You’re not supposed to have your personal opinions on topics such as Trump, homosexuality, and Muslim immigration. Monast says that people who cling to the “incorrect” way of thinking will be sent to UN eradication camps. I don’t think that FEMA camps existed in 1994. President Jimmy Carter stared FEMA in 1979, but at least as far as I know they started becoming public knowledge in the 2000s, and were probably built around that time too.

 

Monast’s Sources

It does not seem that Serge Monast is simply making up the claims he is making, but is based on good information. He mentions Loral Electro-Optical System defense contractor. It seems to exist, although I don’t know if they’ve conducted research on directed energy weapons as Monast claims. He mentions a study “The Electromagnetic Spectrum and Low Intensity Conflict” by Captain Paul E. Tyler.  It seems to exist. He mentions “Low Intensity Conflict and Modern Technology Edict” by Lt. Col David G. Dean. I found a German version the study.

I have neither the time nor the expertise to verify what exactly these studies are about, but at least it seems like Serge Monast had done proper research instead of simply trying to create ruckus to gain attention.

 

Fourth and Final Step

The fourth step is to create a fake alien invasion to fool “each major nation to use its nuclear weapons in order to strike back”. After the invasion has been shown to have been false, they will force all of the nations to disarm themselves. This part of Monast’s claim is not usually mentioned when the fake alien invasion scenario is discussed. This actually makes it sound more reasonable, if the ultimate goal of the fake alien invasion is to make everyone realize that it was fake.

The fourth step has two other phases. The first one is to convince Christians that the Rapture is happening along with the alien invasion. The second phase is intriguing: “The waves used at that time will allow “supernatural forces” to travel through optical fibers, coaxial cables (TV) electrical and phone lines in order to penetrate to everyone at once through major appliances.” “The goal of this deals with global Satanic ghosts projected all around the world in order to push all populations to the edge of hysteria and madness, to drown them into a wave of suicide, murder and permanent psychological disorders.”

One intriguing bit is that black mirrors have been used in witchcraft for a long time to summon demons. Nowadays almost everyone has something that resembles one, be it a cell phone, a tablet or a computer monitor.

Another bit of precognition exhibited by Monast is that he predicted that the New World Order will want to fade out both the use of case and plastic money and replace it with something new. Sweden at least is well on the way to become a cashless society.

Ultimately, Project Blue Beam is all about control. Control of one’s mind, their life and even their food supply.

 

Conclusion

I find Serge Monast’s claims on Project Blue Beam rather convincing. He predicted several things that were not so obvious 20 years ago, but are now. I doubt the NWO will follow the four steps described by Monast too literally. Certainly some of their plans may have changed, but the overall it sounds plausible. The ultimate goal of the project, the “new age religion”, is certainly here already. It’s the religion of inclusiveness, tolerance, anti-hate speech and so on. The point is not to get along and tolerate people of different religions and cultures, but to tolerate all forms of immorality and debauchery from rape and pedophilia to incest and bestiality.

Just last year Pope Francis was celebrating 9/11 in New York with leaders from various other religions. I think that the majority of humanity already believes in this Satanic, new religion even if they don’t acknowledge it.

 

Links:

Project Blue Beam: http://educate-yourself.org/cn/sergemonast1994transcript.shtml

Serge Monast: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serge_Monast

Serge Monast : mise en place du système économique du Nouvel Ordre Mondial (1995): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAEB6UN2M6U

ANGEL OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER Eerie photograph appears to show angelic apparition hovering in the beams of 9/11 Tribute in Light: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1789077/eerie-photograph-appears-to-show-angelic-apparition-hovering-in-the-beams-of-911-tribute-in-light/

Top Psychiatrist: Demonic Possession Is Very Real and On the Rise: http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/2016/july/top-psychiatrist-demonic-possession-is-very-real-and-on-the-rise

This Subway Window Whispers Ads That Only You Can Hear: http://gizmodo.com/this-subway-window-whispers-ads-that-only-you-can-hear-634442119

Loral Electro-Optical System: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loral_Corporation

The Electromagnetic Spectrum and Low Intensity Conflict: http://melody-yesterday.soup.io/post/105049372/The-Electromagnetic-Spectrum-and-Low-Intensity-Conflict

Das elektromagnetische Spektrum als Waffe in einem Konflikt: http://www.buergerwelle.de/d/doc/aktuell/militaer-mobfunk.htm

Sweden leads the race to become cashless society: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/jun/04/sweden-cashless-society-cards-phone-apps-leading-europe

 

My Prediction for the Future of America

This is what I expect to see in the following years to happen in America. I don’t have inside information, nor have I channeled this information from the ether. They’re merely my opinions based on observation.

Hillary Clinton will get elected despite even most Democrats seem to despise her. I suppose it’s part of the plan to plan to have a leader that everyone hates. They started with Bill Clinton in the nineties by embarrassing  him with the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Then George W. Bush was hated by the majority in the end, but at least you could try to argue he was a strong president and tried to protect his country. Barack Obama on the other hand is a weak figure who always cries on TV and promotes debauchery and weakness in his country, but you can try argue that he at least has tried his best to do good and promote tolerance and so forth. Whereas Hillary Clinton will be evil incarnate. There will be no mistaking this.

During her reign Hillary will open the gates for all sorts of criminals and terrorists even more blatantly than Obama did. She’ll try to outdo what Angela Merkel did here in Europe. Terrorism, rape, murder and all that will increase exponentially in the United States. The American people will be victimized in various ways. There will be different forms of insanity. However, the goal isn’t merely to oppress or enslave the people, but to corrupt them.

The way that these manufactured conflicts are usually interpreted by conspiracy researchers is that the conspirators use the Hegelian dialectic to bring society closer and closer to an all powerful police state. However, I don’t think it’s only about the boot stamping on the human face forever. This is only for the lowly peons, but the conspirators want to breed a new man who arises over the oppression, and sheds traditional morality to become a Luciferian or Satanic demi-god. Cultural Marxism, like feminism, isn’t supposed to last forever. They know it is an insane ideology that cannot uphold itself for long. It has worked well to weaken the West, but their ultimate goal is not to destroy the West, nor to allow Islam to conquer the world. They only want us to think that so we’d remake ourselves in their Luciferian or Promethean image to destroy the enemies they’ve manufactured. I’ve said this before, but they want to temp us like the Emperor tempted Luke Skywalker in the end of Return of the Jedi, to strike down our enemies with hatred only to become a stronger version of what we fought against.

After Hillary Clinton has wreaked the havoc that she will, a new dark hero will rise, be it a person, or a group. They will lead America, and possibly Europe as well, out of the darkness into the light of Lucifer. I suspect that person or group to be openly Satanic or Luciferian. This is the goal of the New World Order. Not Cultural Marxism, not Islam, not Judaic supremacy (although Talmudic Judaism might be a representation of the Satanic ideology). They don’t want everyone to be a weak, pathetic slave. They want proud, transformed demi-gods. They want to corrupt us all, not to kill us. That’s just a by-product.

Although I should say this I believe to be their plan. It probably won’t work out as the so called Illuminati wishes. The decent people in the West won’t just sit on their asses allowing them to do what they please. There are other forces at work than just dark forces in this world.

I hope I’m wrong about this. I hope that Donald Trump really is a decent guy who practices what he preaches. I hope he isn’t just controlled opposition, and I hope he gets elected. However, I don’t believe these things to be true.

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Richard Spencer should be tarred and feathered

Rirchard Spencer is a leading figure in the Alt-Right, and he possibly even coined the term Alt-Right.  I hadn’t been that well versed in his ideas before as I had only heard a couple of his interviews. He seemed like an intelligent and intellectual person, but I hadn’t looked too deeply into the ideas the he promotes until yesterday when I was listening to the Alt Right 2016 discussion at Red Ice Radio with John Morgan, Greg Johnson, Daniel Friberg, Richard Spencer & RamzPaul.

Listening to the discussion made me realize Richard Spencer is a stooge for the New World Order, or at best he’s a narcissistic pseudo-intellectual who’s in it for the fame. He supports an empire for White people, and opposes ethno-nationalism, which he thinks is about hating the White neighbour. He seems to be against the idea that the countless different ethnic groups in Europe should have their own nation states, instead there should be grand White country for White people. Basically he seems to be for the European Union, but only for White people. Greg Johnson called Richard out on his ideas, and said he vetoes Richard’s idea, and that reality vetoes his idea. Well done, Greg.

 

Vagueness of Richard Spencer

Richard Spencer says there should be no division in the race, and is aghast for example that Whites are killing Whites in the Ukraine. He seems to think Ukrainians need his White New World Order to fix their problems. The host Henrik Palmgren pointed out that one reason for the troubles in Ukraine is due to outside meddlers such as Victoria Nuland, which is something I agree with. I’m still not clear on what Spencer means by White. Is it anyone who just looks White, is someone who is half-White, half-Asian White, how about if they’re 1/4 Black, or are people White only if they can prove their White ancestors for six generations or what? At best his idea of this White collective is a vague notion. Spencer admitted in the discussion that he’s a “dreamer”, a Utopian thinker. This alone renders his ideas irrelevant. The time for Utopian notion is over, we need practical solutions.

In fact, Richard Spencer sounds like a Cultural Marxist with the exception that he is pro-White, whereas Cultural Marxists hate White people. The similarity is that Cultural Marxists treat their favourite victim groups like women, minorities and Muslims as some sort of Borg-collective. Spencer’s idea on the White race bears a striking resemblance.

Max Marco writing for Noose: The Online Fascist Zine in his article Contra Altright also notes Spencer’s vagueness. He describes Spencer as “a weak, pandering, fence-sitting coward who tries to play all sides of key issues while maintaining plausible deniability when held to any stance or standard”. I can’t help but agree. Marco describes Spencer as someone who seeks to direct attention away from the Jewish Question and exposing the lies told about the Holocaust.

 

Homophilia

Rirchard Spencer is also blatantly pro-homosexuality. The most obvious example is the fact that Matthew Heimbach was excluded from Spencer’s Become Who We Are conference for his anti-homosexual views.

Carolyn Yeager criticizes Spencer for having the openly gay Jack Donovan as the main speaker in his conference. On top of that Donovan is a former priest in the Church of Satan. I don’t think him being gay would make a big difference if Jack Donovan was a 9/11 or Sandy Hook researcher, for example, but he is supposedly an expert on masculinity and what it means to be a man. I’m sorry but being gay disqualifies you from being a role-model on being a man.

John de Nugent also questioned Spencer’s stance on homosexuality by asking if he’s “a homosexual, homophile or really straight?” De Nugent notes that Spencer is allegedly married and has a year old child, however he questions whether this is true or not. He asks: “Has anyone SEEN the supposed ‘wife and kids’ of Richard Spencer, who supposedly lives out in a small town in Montana.” De Nugent also points out why the issue of homosexuality is relevant: “the Jewish agenda knowns as transhumanism is pro-homosexual”. I would say that transhumanism is more an agenda of Satanists and Jews serve their interests, but that is a minor detail in this case.

A conservative Youtuber called Common Filth has criticized the Altright for being gay in several of his videos. At first I was skeptical of this, but at least Richard Spencer’s allegiances seem to prove that Common Filth is onto something.

Richard Spencer’s Wikipedia page does not mention that he is married. I couldn’t find mention of this in his Radix Journal or National Policy Institue websites either. I did find claims that he is married elsewhere, though.

 

Spencer’s “wife”

A few different websites mention that Richard Spencer is supposedly married to a Canadian-Russian woman called Nina Kouprianova (alternative name Nina Byzantina). Kouprianova has a couple of different websites. One is for discussing “Russia, Eurasia, meta- and geopolitics, culture”, and the other is about photography. I didn’t find any mention of her being married either.

She has however written a few articles in Spencer’s Radix Journal website, so Kouprianova and Spencer clearly are associates of some sort. This makes it even more curious, if Spencer and Kouprianova are married, why don’t they just state it clearly? If Nina is Richard’s wife, him withholding this information surely isn’t to protect her, since she is already a writer for his website. If they’re not married, where did the internet rumour that they are originate from? I don’t know what the truth is but there are clearly holes in his background.

 

Spencer’s liberal anti-conservatism

To come back to Richard Spencer’s New World Order ideology, he published a video, When Conservatism Dies, fairly recently. Most of the video is sophistry that has little content, but sounds smart, but I managed to ascertain a few of Spencer’s ideas from it. First of all, he says a couple times in the video that a “New Order” is rising. By itself it does not necessarily mean anything sinister, but in the video Spencer comments that some conservative politician or commentator has described Donald Trump as a bringer of chaos. Spencer agrees with this and says that Trump disrupts conventional politics, which allows for the New Order to be born, or something to that extent. To my mind it’s quite obvious Spencer is all for the old Order out of Chaos.

Spencer also says something like conservatives and Republicans stand for White protestant values, and he is happy to see conservatism destroyed. I disagree. I don’t think that the conservatives and Republicans no-longer stand for the White protestant values. This is the main reason why Altright is gaining traction. My understanding is that the majority of supporters of Altright support traditional and common sense values, and since no-one in main stream politics are standing for those things, people are turning to the Altright. Spencer, on the other hand, seems to agree with the Cultural Marxists that the old must be destroyed for the something new. He does not define clearly what this new things is either. You’re just supposed to take his word for it that this New Order is something you want. Richard Spencer is a Marxist revolutionary of a new breed.

 

Conclusion

My humble opinion is that the genuine people in the Altright should either politely show Rirchard Spencer the door, or get some tar and feathers for him. Even if my view of him is too conspiratorial for your taste, I still say he is a sophist at best with little or no practical ideas behind his words.

 

Links:

Alt Right 2016: http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2016/01/RIR-160127.php

Contra Altright: http://ropeculture.org/2016/02/05/contra-altright/

The Rainbow Coalition: http://www.radixjournal.com/blog/2015/11/4/the-rainbow-coalition

Richard Spencer’s upcoming conference to celebrate White identity is a provocation: https://carolynyeager.net/richard-spencers-upcoming-conference-celebrate-white-identity-provocation

Is posh NPI director Richard Bertrand Spencer a homosexual, homophile or really straight?

Common filth: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb9NIDFFW4KOqc6hGBnFBhg/videos

Richard B. Spencer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_B._Spencer

Radix Journal: http://www.radixjournal.com/about/

The National Policy Institute: http://www.npiamerica.org/

The Deterioration of the Anti-Semitic Website Alternative Right: http://reclaimbeauty.blogspot.fi/2013/03/the-deterioration-of-anti-semitic.html

Some Fascists Are More Kremlin-Approved Than Others: http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/some-fascists-are-more-kremlin-approved-than-others/

Nina Kouprianova’s geopolitics: https://ninabyzantina.wordpress.com/about/

Photos: http://ninakouprianova.com/

Kouprianova’s articles: http://www.radixjournal.com/altright-archive/?author=50b5a03de4b0bff1329468ee

When conservatism dies: http://www.radixjournal.com/blog/2016/1/28/when-conservatism-dies

EDIT:

Subversion: How NeoReaction Turned Into AltRight: http://renegadetribune.com/subversion-neoreaction-turned-altright/

The Reason why regular people shy away from looking at conspiracies

I’ve understood since I was a child that people conspire. That is the reason why we have the word conspiracy; to describe something that exists. All words describe something that exist, whether it exists as an object (like chair or cat), or as more complicated concept (like love or war), or it exist as a fictional object (like dragon or orc). The Merriam-Webster online dictionary describes conspiracy as follows: “a secret plan made by two or more people to do something that is harmful or illegal”. I’d add that it’s a secret plan to do something immoral, harmful or illegal. This is something that people have been doing since time immemorial. There is nothing ridiculous or crazy about “believing in conspiracies”. It’s crazy not to believe in the human capability to conspire.

When I was a teenager I began to notice how people began to shy away from talking about conspiracies. For some unknown reason it wasn’t socially acceptable. I didn’t really understand why, but I played along to get along. Now 20 years or so later I understand the aversion to conspiracy facts a bit better, but not completely.

One obvious reason why discussing conspiracies is frowned up is that they’re so prevalent in the modern world. The name of the game is for anyone with any power to conspire against you to manipulate you, from governments and corporations to the media and various other organizations. Governments conspire against each other to come on top and against their citizens so the politicians can remain in power. Corporations manipulate people with advertisements. 20 years ago when Windows 95 was released the ad-campaign was so effective in America that some old ladies went to buy the software even though they had no idea what it was. Main stream media’s main purpose is to manipulate people’s opinions and perceptions.

It is in the interest of these groups that you do not spend too much time thinking how they are manipulating you, therefore the whole notion of conspiracies is presented as something ridiculous.

However, I think the main reason why modern people find the concept of conspiracies so abhorrent is that we’ve been taught to view the world from the short attention span of a goldfish. When I was 19, most people around me didn’t want to make plans for the future. At best, they worried that they had enough money to get drunk the next weekend, and possibly get laid. Nowadays there is no need to think things in long-term. You can get food in the supermarket, in some countries they’re open even at midnight. Both primitive hunter-gatherers and medieval farmers had to have some idea how they would survive the next season. Even modern politicians are elected for a relatively brief time, 4-6 years. They’re expected to base their input this period of time, or if they want to get re-elected they should focus on sucking-up to the constituency toward the end of their term. In the medieval world the king usually was the until the end of his life.

Another example of short-term thinking is that everyone is expected to only care about money or pleasure. Why would people device complex conspiracies to manipulate from the shadows, since they can get instant gratification easily without doing so? Well, not everyone only cares about these superficial things. Religion is one reason for long-term goals. The construction of the church, Sagrada Familia, in Spain started 1882, and it’s still unfinished. They’re attempting to finish it by 2026. Christian missionaries who went in to Asia or Africa probably didn’t expect to convert everyone in their lifetimes. People who believe in their religious ideology are willing to work for a goal whose end result their will not live to see. The same goes for political ideologies or patriotic people willing to die for their country.

It should not then be such an outlandish notion that some agendas pushed by conspirators are expected to take decades, possibly even centuries. The New World Order agenda has been around for decades as can be seen from the numerous video clips on the internet with politicians like George Bush senior, Henry Kissinger and Tony Blair describing it. The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan for the “Eurasian-Negroid race” has been around for nearly a hundred years.

The idea of trying to dominate the world by the way of conspiracy is also regarded as something silly and belonging in science fiction. However, just look at the British empire in the 19th century on whom the sun never set, or Alexander the Great in the ancient world. They clearly were trying to dominate the world. Look at modern United States doing much of the same (under the leadership of Israel and who knows else). Take a look at multinational corporations like McDonalds and Starbucks. Their agenda is to dominate the markets in as many countries as possible. World domination is nothing new or ridiculous. It is not merely consigned to the world of cartoons like Pinky and the Brain. People have attempted it for millennia, and they will be attempting in the future. Why then is it “crazy” to suggest that the people behind the New World Order agenda have been conspiring in order to further their goals? Although perhaps the New World Order should not be called a conspiracy, since it is an agenda many political figures have talked about openly. The conspiracy part is the suppression of open discussion on it in the media.

Any rational person who looks at the world, and has a basic grasp of language, i.e. knows that conspiring does not necessarily entail “men in smoky boardrooms” but working toward a secret plan,  cannot escape the fact that there are various conspiracies in our world that affect us. Anyone who honestly looks at 9/11 cannot dismiss the obvious conclusion that the US government was at least partially involved in the terrorist attacks. Anyone looking at modern feminism cannot escape the fact that it has very little to do with actual women’s rights. Most “environmentally friendly” campaigns have very little do with protecting nature from human malfeasance.

When you begin to notice these conspiracies that are happening against your best interest, you have two choices: face the truth and start digging deeper, or feign ignorance. At this point the individual intuitively understands he will no longer view the world the same day he once did, i.e. he will commit a certain type of mental suicide in the process as many of his beliefs are shaken. Many people are not willing to go that far. This is why they choose to shut it out and pretend everything is fine. The foreboding sense of fear you experience when you realize you have an unknown enemy is another thing some people prefer to shut out.

In recent years more and more people are getting more aware of the ever-present manipulation and lies, yet many of them still view the concept of conspiracies crazy and on the fringe. I don’t quite get the reason for this. Perhaps they have the mental image of a “crazy conspiracy theorist” and don’t want to become like him, so they are willing to entertain conspiratorial ideas as long as it’s just a few “ideologues” lying in their self-interest, or the conspirators are just dumb and don’t understand what they’re doing.

The other side of the newcomers into this world of weirdness from the main stream are people who only believe in certain types of conspiracies, such as Jewish conspiracies. If you talk to them about the underhanded stuff done by Jews, they’re all ears, but talk about non-Jewish conspiracies and they dismiss you as a wacko. No doubt there are Jewish conspiracies, but there are many types of conspiracies in the world, and I don’t think Jews have the monopoly on the act of conspiring.

I would say that even Joe Average believes that the contemporary world is full of lies, dishonesty and immoral behaviour. That is precisely the kind of environment that breeds conspiracies. Why can’t they just put and two and two together?

 

Links:

Sagrada Familia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagrada_Fam%C3%ADlia

New World Order Quote Compilation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVYBDIkgxKo

The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan: http://golden-dawn-international-newsroom.blogspot.fi/2013/01/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-genocide-of.html