Imagine what you could achieve with unlimited money, sixty years and the capability to kill with impunity?
What if your super-rich great grandfather found golf to be terribly boring but was really rather interested in eugenics and spiritualism? What if they were his hobbies? When the will is read out, what might you be surprised to learn you now own, stored in the attic of the Martha’s Vineyard house, or in the Swiss bank deposit box? Why does your family fund a Sumerian chair at an Austrian university?
Chris has a superb post about what is the only real twentieth century shadow state theatre of war that means anything:
- The discovery of consciousness and its implications. We largely thank all those German Vedantic quantum physicists for opening that hellmouth.
- The attempted weaponisation of consciousness. Archonology, basically.
- The targeted suppression of consciousness’s implications among the wider populace, and the vehement attack on any of its effects. Archonology again, but also just what science itself has become in 2015.
From low-earth orbit, that is the view. That is what it looks like printed on a postcard. The Nazi bell, Roswell, MKUTRA, LSD, MILABs, the Stargate Programme, MKOFTEN, UFO disinformation, Project Blue Book, Ancient Aliens, Porton Down, Rendlesham Forest, Gary Webb, Bill Nye and so on. Too often, in our necessary examination of these individual pieces with a microscope, we fail to pick the telescope back up.
In these few remaining months of search engines actually being even slightly useful, it is worth reconsidering the firehose of anomalous data we have been drinking from for the past fifteen or so years; as mid-twentieth century shenanigans fell out of their classified status and worthwhile university research into consciousness, etc found its way to a worthy audience online. Basically, if you formed your opinion of the twentieth century or, you know, the universe anytime prior to the last five years I’m afraid you’re just going to have to repeat the class.
Because… there is something to all of this. I mentioned Martin Armstrong’s model in the closing archonology post. Well, we arrive this week at 2015.75. In fact, it is the exact evening the Federal government argues with itself about whether to raise the debt ceiling or not. That’s…. interesting. Here is a slide from his 1998 presentation. Does any of this look familiar?
1998. And he first called out 2015.75 in the mid-eighties. All of this goes down the week of a blood moon eclipse which, as he himself notes, suggests that his Pi model as wider implications… ie. there is something to all of this. You know who else knows that? Only our para-mystic friends at NASA, who choose that exact day to “make an important announcement about Mars.” If you want to tell me that isn’t ritual timing then you don’t know NASA and you don’t know ritual.
But then, you don’t know NASA. As Chris alludes to in his post, whenever ‘the game’ gets interesting, its results vanish Deep Private. From those early twentieth century industrialists spewing money all over the East Coast shadow state feeder universities to Elon Musk and the Google boys today, it gets good and then it goes quiet. What we are left with is a shell of morons.
On that, I had saved Jacques Vallee’s journals, Forbidden Science, as my reward to myself for finishing my own books. (Reading for fun! Huzzah!) Here’s an entry from the 60s, after he had recently moved to the US:
I can just hear the French accent in his head: “what kind of a joke is this?” What kind indeed.
And what about those fundamental, everyday phenomena that are still a puzzle to our current science, such as gravitation and consciousness? Shouldn’t we try to find a reasonable way to account for them before we generalize? Until human thought has a theory of itself, what is the value of cosmology?
No, Jacques, let’s go one better and jump straight past generalisation to flim flam and bullshit. Behold, New Scientist:
Could. Accidentally. May. May. What kind of a joke is this?
We should always listen to the good Dr Vallee, but in this exact instance there are few men on earth (that we know of) that are better positioned to talk about public science versus private science. Because just after his ‘joke’ experience, he then spends years working with Dr Hynek -who was being paid by the Air Force to investigate the UFO phenomenon. So he lived the ‘public science’ life of working in an astronomy department at a US university while studying for a PhD in computing but spent his evenings -like Batman with a sexier accent- dealing with what Rune Soup readers would probably consider actual science…. or science as it should have been.
What most people in alternativia seem to miss is that most (although I would never say all) of this ‘proper science’ is kinda hidden in plain sight. The western power structure is think tanks and private groups. You have your obvious ones like the Trilaterals and the CFR, the Club of Rome, etc… but in this arena you also have long-lived wizardy/military ones like the Brookings Institute (of NASA’s Brookings Report fame), PNAC and so on. In fact, try and find out the legal status of the WHO and IMF. They just sort of… exist. All the more swivel-eyed conspiratainment stuff is published and available online: depopulation agendas, building bioweapons that cause the systemic collapse of the immune system, weather modification, mining asteroids, brain entrainment, manipulating mass consciousness using disinformation, when to use political assassinations, how and why one would disrupt the black civil rights movement, how to build new religions, when to lie about discovering ancient objects up in space. This shit isn’t cooked up in the basement of the pentagon. You can just read their papers.
And whilst everyone knows about the revolving door between the military and its private contractors, you have just as many revolving doors between these groups, government advisors and elite universities. These are the kinds of people your hypothetical great grandfather hung out with. This is where all that interesting ‘stuff’ that Nick Redfern found missing in government and air force archives in For Nobody’s Eyes Only ends up.
Like a really, really, really super-low-rent version of the PayPal Mafia, I have a loose conspiracy of sorts going on with former colleagues of the German start-up I worked for a few years ago until we were acquired. We now all work in different companies or organisations, occasionally meet up, talk on skype and really just go out of our way to help each other. I have no doubt you have something similar going on. It’s called having a career. The group exists independent of the roles we occupy at various times. It has no business cards, it has no address, it does not get nude in front of a carved owl in the woods once a year. Your hypothetical great grandfather’s version of this is where the ‘stuff’ goes.
We have a closing window of opportunity -now that The Great ‘They’ have probably realised their mistake and break what was good about the internet forever- to begin the process of cohering the anomalous. Consider the following:
- Waveform reality. I keep returning to Marty Armstrong’s model because a ‘cycle-based’ model is actually a waveform model. Waveform like light, like your brain, like… well… everything. (He has some very interesting stuff on the correlation between solar ejecta and earthquakes and volcanoes on earth. The universe is a tuning fork.) I will bet you actual money that some of the people behind Goldman Sachs that kept Armstrong illegally imprisoned for years wanted to pop the hood on his model for more than just money-making reasons. They already know how to make money. I bet some of them even knew your great grandfather.
- Waveform metaphysics. The second reason is that Armstrong’s model is also expressed in Ancient Egyptian architecture, finds its way into Near Eastern mythology and loosely correlates with Classical Greek metaphysics and astrology to such an extent that I now describe them as ‘pre-industrial descriptions of what is probably a very, very, very post-industrial technology’ (assuming the universe is a hologram/simulation).
- Consciousness. I will bet you that consciousness is a waveform. Somewhere in between the least-shit parts of String Theory and Dr Farrell’s proposed cosmology in Cosmic War and Grid of the Gods we may stumble toward a sort of ‘two slit test’ model of consciousness collapsing to a point of attention/standing wave which is matter, and then sort of smears back out when it is not matter. (I’m moving away from panpsychism for the moment because it can’t account for complex consciousness when not associated with complex matter: ie it works if all matter vibrates with low levels of consciousness that gets more and more complex along with matter, culminating in the human brain… but that doesn’t satisfactorily model spirits which are complex consciousnesses without complex matter. And any attempts to fold them back in breaks panpsychism’s usefulness. Feel free to suggest solves.)
These three points all generate replicable data that should not exist. It is precisely that situation that tends to kick off quietly funded studies into things like mind control and psychic assassins. Take it away, Mr Knowles:
I think what they were really after – and could never tell their paymasters in Congress- were ways of weaponizing the subtle powers of the mind. It’s exactly why the government sent the skeptic groups (all of whom were reliant on government income in one way or another) to put the lid back on when people like Andrija Puharich wandered off the reservation and started telling the public what they were in fact after.
I think this kind of “mind control”– suppressing the potentials of the mind to step outside of the linear boundaries of time and space– is the unspoken driving force behind so much of our history and politics.
Here’s a semi-recent interview with remote viewer Lyn Buchanan.
The origins of the Stargate Programme as a reaction to Soviet superiority is mentioned at the outset but given the content of this post, pay particular attention once the interview gets to what Lyn did with remote viewing when it went into the private sector. Who are these private groups paying to have underwater ruins remote viewed so they can find and dive on them, or paying for Cydonia to be viewed?
There is something to all of this. Let’s go find it.
Our salvage mission just became an actual salvage mission.