Labels, Statistics and Overrated Opinions

I am regularly amazed by how statistics seem to contradict probabilities. And never more so than at Ozzie Thinker’s desk where (last time I checked) backend demographics showed all-time highs. The sudden surge in anonymous interest diametrically contradicts output. Ever since I stopped posting, the figures have shot steadily up. Is prosperity trying to tell me something? Or perhaps there’s a malignant hubris artificially generating results (a grand conspiracy if you will) and figures are destined to plummet at the click of some insane bureaucrat’s fingers. If they (the marketeers behind) Mrs Clinton could generate over a million tweets from outraged pretend supporters, then a mere twenty bozos a day devoted to my cause is child’s play. In case her beloved “supporters” feel I am being harsh, when the next Great White Hope comes into focus, Mrs C will fade into oblivion as fast as the night is extinguished by daylight. On the other hand, perhaps I am magnificently witnessing sea change here; the beginnings of a cultural revolution of the woken.

The reason posting has seen regular monthly articles wane to quarterly bulletins, if you’re lucky, is my time has been devoted to survival. In ancient times men were forced to hunt for a living, or so we are prepared to believe by creators of myths. Today we have predatory salesmen and their organs of support. In fact modern statisticians divide business developers into hunters and farmers, exactly as the bread winners must have been divided in ancient times.  How does the expression go, “when in Rome”, or “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em”? So, having no intention of being an organ of support (slave), my options have been reduced to sell or perish.

Given the enormous amount of work contributed to this blog and other writing projects, preference beckoned towards a synchronistic alignment with alternative commerce. However, given the army of naysayers and “anti-profit” armchair critics, any alternative commerce venture travels perilous waters. Years ago, if you expected something for nothing, you would be labelled a freeloader. Now misanthropic scourges have stolen the limelight and insist, in their unscrupulous interpretation of sovereignty, everything that isn’t free, all goods and services, isn’t good. Far from being against money, they just about all use whatever they can muster to keep stocked with the latest overpriced corporate branded products. The love of money, hatred of honest profits paradox is further exacerbated by what seems like droves of designer New Age socialites unilaterally imploring no sincere spiritualist would ever dare “charge” for anything. As people, generally speaking, are excessively greedy and narcissistically self-serving, overall the message resonates like one of “God’s” Commandments. So that, in summary, is why my output has been reduced to the sorry trickle of material witnessed presently.

In a sense I have already done justice to the title, “Labels, Statistics and Overrated Opinions” in these opening paragraphs, but I want to focus on more serious matters; matters of the world. Wallowing in self-pity never fixed anything, so I battle on, perennially hopeful of changed mindsets and systemic collapse. In fact, to be honest, hope has already glimmered favourably in my direction. A few years ago I scripted a fairly substantial outline for several weighty volumes generally of a fluffy paranormal quality or, dare I say, real Sci-fi. After eagerly market testing one part (which was envisaged as an introduction), I discovered to my cost book production invariably only rewards printers at the writers’ expense. That said, the offer still stands to any altruistic billionaires with extremely deep pockets willing to fund a guaranteed loss. The learning curve gleaned from the market test dictates that only with sufficient guaranteed funds would anyone of right mind engage in any commercial literary projects. Being of right mind, I will not reignite the book series work without backing. By the way, details on how to purchase (that’s right, “buy”) a copy of “The Beauty of Existence Decoded”, my short “one of a kind” codex, can be found here. On a more positive note, though the book has sold in pitiful numbers, it has opened doors to other things and avenues of hope.

I mentioned the paranormal and I think it would be fair to say, in a sense, I didn’t actually write the book. Some future wizened analyst might validly argue I acted as some sort of divine scribe, but I prefer to be modest as (explained here) “The Beauty of Existence Decoded” contains [numerous] errors (one of the down sides of using a human information portal – we contaminate purity!). Anyway, upon advice I received from someone that read the book, my path took me somewhere else. Though what I now do as a consequence is not overtly commercial, it may grow into the “alternative income source” I had originally sought at some juncture. Tutored by powers not of this Earth, I can reveal I conduct occasional but regular “light DNA” reading consultations via Skype. Prior to undertaking this commitment, instructions from my immaculate backers were contrite and three point. In summary, those with open minds devoid of preconceptions and worthy enough to sacrifice $100 an hour may see value in reading the report of a prior session I have tabled at my Exo-politician website. The circular also provides intimate contact details for anyone inspired suitably to make the monumental choice in reaching out.

A second article presenting follow up information which recounted numbers of select examples taken from different light DNA “readings” had a burning ulterior motive. It was important to once and for all identify the power-brokers fuelling those naïve New Age freeloaders’ ideas transformed into illogical hatred of alternative commerce.  Surely it does not take a big stretch of the imagination to calculate correct management of labels, statistics and opinions could “overrate” or “underrate” anything in zone? Today’s science stakes its reputation on credentialed compelling theories whether they are correctly truthful or otherwise. I made the point before that the Hadron Collider (the great theory generator) had whipped up two hundred (one presumes different) essays justifying the “discovery” of a (so-called) Higgs-bosino within days of the news release. Lack of vision personifies “legitimacy”.

The power of the label has crafted societal insanity. This comes in many shapes and forms, all unrecognisable to those caught up in the intrigue. Suffice to say, divides between adults and children have become so austere that none (other than the occasional free thinker) dare question the authority of beliefs that complement the evolving status quo, but particularly if the oxymoron “paedophilia” (to be on the same wavelength as children) is in frame. Occasional bright sparks see and know it is a big phoney. Growth development stages are strictly personal and not by any means “as outlined” by authorities, but that hasn’t dinted universal tyranny. Past standards (not even vaguely representative of current trending opinions) do not hold any sway today and, in the future, I fear the gap between nature and synthetic accountability (suiting “the powers”) will widen inexorably.

The most vicious corruption of truth is found in routine abuses of the label “abuse”. It seems that it is possible to pull off just about any statistical feat empowering the greater good when it is necessary to conjure “sin”.  Therefore, abuse rates among magic words of the likes of “hocus-pocus”, “abracadabra” and open “sesame”. These release the door to any Aladdin’s cave. Science, of course, is very much an accessory to the fact. Today professional agencies specialise in up-branding old pseudo-sciences (though almost invariably these are the concepts that should have been shamelessly discarded at the graveyard of lessons learned). As the great journalist Jon Rappoport regularly cynically points out, all (and without exception) three hundred or more symptoms of abnormal behaviour scripted by the American Psychiatric Association (a science body) could equally be classed as symptoms of normal behaviour. It should be no wonder that psychiatry’s track record in its inappropriate (bordering on psychopathic) administration of toxins (promoted as) “drug cures” is atrocious.

I could go further and say the whole “medical industry” peddles a litany of poisonous vaccines under the remedial label of good health. Anyone vaguely swayed by arguments against vaccines (which notably began in the 1860’s) that regards the poison address a bit harsh need only inspect the ingredients list of (vaccine) preservative Thimerosal. Eli-Lily’s product (successfully withdrawn from sale under numerous other guises) contains seriously noxious components, including rat poison or formaldehyde (one of a long list of nasty ingredients)This should make the average person’s blood boil, but the power of causal overrated opinion following establishment statisticians’ propaganda is so strong it defies reasoned logic.

Jon Rappoport is no average person and he has tirelessly pursued his mostly one man campaign against bad medicines for decades. In that capacity, he was one of the first to publically identify the AIDS’ scam. We don’t necessarily parry on ultimate conclusions, but few others that have earned my respect of them to his level. In fact our differences of opinion make my support of him all the more valid….in my opinion. For instance, he rather fanatically (considering his enormous human status) backs Trump, the current President of the United States of America. I make no secret of the issue that I dislike President Trump. I disliked him before the presidency and he hasn’t fared any better since taking the top job (although, after Bush Junior, can it still be called the top job?). Trump, I did feel, was an immense improvement on the Hillary Rodham Clinton selection and, in that context; I pronounced he was the “only” choice for America while election battles raged.

Let’s face it, he puts shallow puddles to shame and is a cross between Dean Martin or Frank Sinatra and a holiday camp cheerleader on a good day. His bad days reveal a dull, misogynist, uncouth version of vintage Clinton-esque. Were the Clintons to hire the most universally skilled hacker to fix computer software problems, Trump would employ a lump hammer instead. He is a man renowned for making farcical statements matched only in their banal profoundness by his lack of intellectual finesse. As one commenter exclaimed against a Rappoport Trump promoter (words to the effect), “Civilised [leaders] have totally devolved to ape status; when will they start throwing their own faeces?”

Perhaps the next part of this essay might be better placed on my other blog as it features what, on face value, can only be described as an extra-terrestrial entity. The subject in question, a being of status unknown, appears to satisfy the popular descriptive vagaries of “alien” life form but does speak English (plausibly), so, as this is a non-discriminatory website, my editor has let it pass this time. For all we know the person in question might sadly suffer catastrophic deformities or simply is a very strange looking human.  Humans, we will learn, are between a rock and a hard place, as eloquently explained by this (presumably) captured person/entity/alien (call it what you will). It opens dialogue with its own very relevant but startling origins “confession” that amounts to a past heralding back to a distant future on planet Earth. Though I have not specifically analysed for “splices”, the selected clip consists of a few minutes of “promo” footage taken (carelessly leaked) from roughly nine hours (over several sessions) of recorded interviews. My critique of the movie might appear unfairly negative stacked against the staggeringly important nature of the information presented, which is mostly, I must say, unadulterated bona fide cosmic truth.

As I was collecting my thoughts for the article, I did have the silly idea of attempting to encourage visitor interaction via comments supporting progressive feedback; you know – you, the people speaking. If my role as educator is having any affect at all, people must eventually think for themselves. Given the uniquely cosmic perspective of the present subject matter, many might be entirely susceptible to numerous “slants” in the short presentation. Originally, I had envisaged leaving the detective work to my audience. How did one heckler put it me before? Reporters report. Yet, if I was to simply report what I saw (and you see), I would mislead for the entity lieddeliberately. In addition, given my special light DNA reading ability, I can tell [you all] what it is “made of”. This is important if any calculated reasoning is to be applied to textual analysis in context. For instance we (in truth) don’t know what happens in the future so any future man’s information might be entirely authentic or…..utter bull crap.

In the spirit of labels and statistics, we only need to refer to anthropological work of the Genome Project to learn that over eighty thousand years human being has changed (“evolved”) between zero and two per cent, but there are billions of very similar different types of “us” if we inspect the detail. Based on that criterion, it would be correct to say the videoed entity “as seen” could not hide in a crowd, even if passed off as a deformed man, under normal circumstances. Beyond its humanoid structure and misshapen human apparent head, it is not human. Nevertheless, thankfully there are a number of tell-tale clues aiding apt identification for willing snoops. For instance (ignoring the perplexing question “how the hell did it get here?”) there is some ambiguity as to how far forward in the future the creature (de facto man) returns from. It talks about “nuclear war” next century (i.e. this century, as the interview was filmed last century) “ending humanity”, but it was one of few survivors. That’s the first contradiction. Humanity is wiped out, but the entity (claiming it is human) is one of a small number that survive. Applying blinkered vision to the alleged “scope” of our nuclear technologies as sufficient for engineering a cataclysmic holocaust of Armageddon proportions (now that would be a God Almighty paradox), are we to assume the visitor is radiation deformed or recalibrated “human” of the 2,200AD era?

Stoking the mission of labels, statistics and overrated opinions, there is lots of data we can use to substantiate a formal case as to modern man’s nuclear prowess (or lack of). For instance, the “powers” have learned their vile and reflectively pointless 1945 attack on the Nagasaki Islands prefecture did not make a dent in humanity’s population expansion course. The 4,700KG nuclear bomb only killed thousands and census statistics bounced back within decades in spite of the radioactive fallout. Diphtheria killed millions, so (in absence of suitable industrial viruses) toxic vaccinations are a second best population reduction strategy and proven far more effective than war. Data gathered from the years long, round the clock bombing of Iraq and then from the subsequent 2004 invasion and ongoing war demonstrate that nuclear waste makes an excellent non-discriminatory conductor for corporeal cancers. It also causes horrible birth defects (tragically interfering with the chromosomes) which are polarised against the spread of wider populations. However, as evidenced in Chernobyl (and, even, to some degree Fukushima), “nature” is seen to repair nuclear contamination at light speed. Considering the intolerably high proportion of modern conventional weapons that are “nuclearized”, I find no evidence that “fall out” or violent attack will have any significant lasting effect on global population statistics.

Weighing up doomsday scenarios, the evidence faithfully proffers that man is no threat to the globe nor ever will be, on current course, but the end-of-worlds “scenario” is a good fear mongering device for aggravating conceited, albeit superstitious, opinions. Nature simply fixes the damage too quickly for malignant human enterprises to capitalise. Therefore, if we are wiped out (or close to it), “nuclear” (as is known today) is not the catalyst. The entity could have substituted the word nuclear for something else that is presently “unknown” (perhaps we have no word for what it was describing and that is the closest approximation), but the impartial audience must judge the use of terminology, at best, misleading (certainly weighed against the entity’s claims that it knew what we “don’t know”).

Information tendered by the “future man” is by no means unique. There are other inconspicuous superficial evidences to be found from various “unworldly” sources that either partially or fully deny doomsday scenarios. One such source is hidden in Suzy Hansen’s book, “The Dual Soul Connection”. Her unidentified “Grey Being” abductors do confirm there is some type of future (and not-to-distant) holocaust, or, rather, they have provisioned for one and Suzy (who is easily pushing sixty years old) has been trained as a cosmic nurse when disaster strikes. I cannot fathom how she would be effective in that capacity in her seventies, eighties and beyond. Even so, it must be said the big threat looming to potentially kill off everyone (other than the very strongest genes) is ever increasing (petro) carbon in our atmosphere).

Logically, to me, air supply contamination would be the simplest (with knowhow) and quickest way to eradicate humanity. It is our air supply that generates all cancers; through consequence of infected DNA from fossil fuels pollution (and not the stupid “chemtrails” decoy) collected in the heavens. There are numerous natural methods to alleviate or remove symptoms. These include, naming a few: cannabis oil, graviola (from the Soursop plant), ginger extract and thyme oil. Chemo, unsurprisingly, presents as much data promoting growth of tumours as their reduction. But this should be no great shock as it is the establishment’s “unerring” preferred “solution” (sic). “Coming Clean on Cancer” is a planned future writing project I have part scripted that explores the intricacies.

I find it rather poetic that the greatest threat to humanity is not the “powers” (as is always popularised) but, rather, humanity itself. All we needed to do is become aware and not capitulate with their schemes. Instead we all, to some degree, defiantly travel the path of ignorance. The Cosmic Christ, Immortal Mohammed, Sacred Prophets are each fluid concepts engineered by the same basic pack of scoundrels behind objective global control measures. Consequentially, I really warmed to the entity’s summarisation of the “state” of mankind, duly noting many tinges sarcasm intermingled with hyperbolic distortions of truth. It blamed religion and politics as the root of unavoidable chaos. Unlike the sensationally lacklustre rubber doll interviewed by the “CIA”, at least “future man” was real and gritty. To me, the unanswered query is, “real in what way?” In response, I think I can gauge suggestions as to correct identity, location and even timeline.

The voice was the first effect to analyse. It was deeper than any baritone’s I have heard and, but for the rather “tacky” stage set, logic questions its authenticity. Was it a human voice that had been synthesised? Could the sound track have a different origin to the video? The script does match the intonation very well and, taking into account the very special nature of the information presented, I conclude that the sound track not only belongs to the video, but it has also not been synthesised. We are witnessing the voice of the creature claiming to be “future man”. He (assuming he is a “he”) clearly had a very good knowledge of contemporary idiom as he sounded perfectly in period or, perhaps, by modern standards, a little out-of-touch.  Therefore, I do not place him “from the future”. He is undoubtedly from the time he was interviewed, but had access to esoteric knowledge which spans all things and all time.

By pushing human “communion” (to a fashion), the interview (if considered carefully) should have aggravated the powers to the point of censorship. Some inferences are very agenda obstructive (from the higher perspective), so I determine he is not “their” (our powers) propaganda tool (beyond the way the clip is cut as is shown). So, with that in mind, I shall expand on analysis of the creature’s claim that it is a “future human”. We achieve our humanness from the so-called Sirian component (responsible for our cerebral cortex, for instance) of our DNA. Though I do not believe the Genome Project has come close (nor will it on its current path) to identifying “God’s keys”, inherence does present answers with crystal clarity. The fundamental image of man (the blonde haired, blue eyed boy) has remained a constant for billions of years, so why does a relative monstrosity (our mysterious entity) call itself human?

The answer is this. It does so for three primary reasons. Presuming it was genuinely captured by authorities and, subsequently, interviewed by trained government special agents, it would have (statistically) wanted to “fit in” (to avoid personal harm). Then, it seems, most likely the best way to deflect potential conflict with hostiles would surely be to feign human “brotherhood” (i.e. per its reasoning, humans shouldn’t be able to harm other sincere humans – now that’s warped alien logic for you!)? I have already highlighted its truth deceptions, so the “human” claim was also part of that wider disinformation cover story geared mostly to camouflaging calculated purposes for being where and when it was before it was caught. Finally, and most ironically, it claimed it was human because that is (in my opinion) what it is. It is a human that has taken a significantly different genome path to all of us (tabulated by the Genome Project). Most markedly, it contains no Sirian identity signature. This means the way it processes logic and, more compellingly, its absence of conscience (as we understand it) promotes an instinctive yen towards compassion.

Of course, I have another blog that specialises in the “exo-political” and, there, I have written extensively about human bloodlines highlighting our (the human) path is branched as Pteroid (ape), Sirian and Ciakar (“reptilian”). Ciakars are only reptilian looking. Their physiology is quite different to anything (living) on the surface today. Some rumour they would be better labelled “tetraploid humans” (dual chromosome sets ensuring the parental male/female traits are fully preserved), but I am not sure if this is the consequence of Sephardic (Sephardim are highly evolved Ciakars) channelled wishful thinking. If it is true though, it would establish the fact that their geneticists [must] have a method of identifying, seeing and manipulating quantum DNA in order to project linear heritage (i.e. they can create transcendentally). I find that prospect very exciting.

Ciakar genetics are also three pronged – Pteriod (not ape), Sirian (no cerebral cortex) and Lyran (feline). In the case of “future human”, I note an unmistakable Lyran influence, no [obvious] Sirian and some sort of Pteroid gene variable. Therefore, per the Ciakar hierarchy, it is a version of human. Perhaps it has no stomach or heart. Maybe it has two brains. We would need to witness an autopsy to discern the truth, but what is certain is its belief in its humanness is true. Even so, there are a couple of points in the clip which demonstrate very cat-like mannerisms. Plus it has a very strange, inhuman mouth (when inspected carefully).

We now know it is a genetically different human originating from the contemporary period (or before). The final part of the puzzle yet to be answered is, given its alien appearance, where does it come from? Indeed, the last place one of sound mind would expect to encounter such a creature would be on planet Earth. Yet, I suggest Earth is where it comes from, but not “on” the planet surface. As much as the establishment tries to pour cold water on the idea, other worldly beings regularly come to the surface from their subterranean homes. Consistently, they share one common irregularity (when matched against surface dwelling life forms). That irregularity is seen in the eyes, which are almost invariably black. In some cases eyes take up considerable facial real estate compared to, say, us. The only logical conclusion is, as one must assume there is little to no light in subterranean caverns, these special eyes are an essential requirement for effective local vision. Therefore, I propose our extra-terrestrial, pan-dimensional futuristic visitor was actually a common or garden sub-terrestrial contemporary but decidedly unconventional human. For the naysayers, the reason these creatures only venture to the surface in hours of darkness (and don’t travel far – lest they be caught short) is normal light would permanently blind them (I presume).

Overrated opinions require a muted discovery tour that is only (or primarily) committed to validating existing belief systems. As all belief systems are responses to rooted guidance (whether progressive symptoms of subservience or bloody-mindedness or not), plausible denial of (contradicting) truth is the commonest and easiest way of anchoring beliefs. Those of sweet tooth would find it implausibly possible to reject chocolate given correct educational stigmata or, should I say, stimuli. Anyone refusing to taste chocolate under any circumstances is in no position to make rational product judgement (though, perhaps, better highlighted by underage sex hysteria), so ignorance capitulates a fait accompli. Rhyme champions reason and that’s why proverbs were used to sell morality in ancient times.  Modern day politicians expand erosion of intellect tyranny by their incessant promotion of oversimplifications geared only to skewing truth in favour of commercial objective goals (also usually “verified” by stacked statistics as well). The modern way of labelling or branding is just as effective as proverbs used to be and, perhaps, better.

The net result is people have woken up as slaves, powerless to think outside their masters’ terms of engagement. Annoying rebels regularly identify the flaws, but, because they are trapped in the same conspiracy bubble as the rest, their rhetoric is largely limited to after-thoughts or musings. Let us take money, for instance. The brightest and best recognise it is “worthless”, but I have failed to find anyone that doesn’t use it. In fact, everyone I know of (without exception) clambers after money as though it was their end salvation. Fixing this, fixing all those prior unnoticed problems (the consequence of deliberate ignorance) that are now apparent takes sacrifice. Indeed, it might take the ultimate sacrifice. Therefore most people, even when vaguely aware, chose the path of relative ignorance and ambivalence to remain plausibly safe. “Affairs of state” are the banes of orated opinions for most people, though many would claim otherwise, are devout cowards. Bravery is not going to war. Bravery is peacefully refusing orders facing a loaded gun. You can generate as many labels and statistics as you like, but truth will never succumb to overrated opinions.

NASA’s Predictable Bogus Journey – Packing for Mars?

nasamoonhoaxOne cannot help but being inspired by the prospect of packing for Mars. Though I have not been paying attention to anything more than occasional routine announcements gleaned here and there about this fantastical mission, my memory does preserve NASA’s original offer of a one way trip to Mars for anyone with enough gusto to stump up the $10 million price tag. 59381-52775Maybe that proposal has changed many times over the marketing course, but I am drawn to the banality of the original offer. Humans, in general, are ultra-safe, dare I say pathologically cowardly creatures, so which fools would have the faith to trust NASA and the reckless stupidity to pay vast sums of money for the chance of almost guaranteed misfortune? Come on now, a one way trip to the unknown organised by the greatest conjurers known to man! I would feel safer at a dinner party hosted by serial cannibals.

packingformars-crjpg-325f1ea9e3094f1a_copyBe it NASA has a massive propaganda machine, lovingly aided and abetted by all established Media cartels that cast the organisation as an immaculate, error free, “fun for the people” agency, cutting edge on space science and everything alien, outside the bubble the picture is far less rosy. Indeed, dissenters have wittily reworked the NASA acronym as Never a Straight Answer in response to obvious duplicity, the organisation’s invariably deceptive agendas and woeful double standards. In reflective light, I made the case that “Mars” rover Curiosity is one such evidence of mischief in a prior article and feel the content is so important; its partial duplication here is more than justified. There’s a little more to it than that, of course. People struggle reading oversized articles and the amount of time required to edit such marathons makes sure ample detail is missed, so I’ve added a lot here and given those with busy schedules the chance to read the whole thing.

never-a-straight-answer-coffeetea-mugPresuming the majority of honest critical thinkers have sufficient confidence to claim NASA never landed on the moon and, perhaps, did not even venture beyond Earth’s atmosphere; my heart goes out to those silly, foolhardy Mars adventurers. I realise every one signing on for this trip of a lifetime is fully cognisant, but wonder whether we, the onlookers, are not experiencing evidence of glaring symptoms showing a “new” yet to be categorised mental illness. Has not the World Health Organisation claimed Ebola virus will cause head shrinkage or microcephaly? nasa-coffinIs this the outcome? Perhaps our brave travellers didn’t take their shots? Casting no aspersions here, I am just throwing it out there and perhaps being a little facetious at the same time. Indeed, being one of those critical thinkers’ that finds all evidence offered in support of the moon visits proves the reverse, for me, to trust NASA with a ten foot pole would be akin to bargaining the devil after he’d been evicted by his landlord, lost at the races and badly stubbed his big toe on the same day. Not a pretty sight.

2abf65a300000578-3170726-image-a-2_1437564818461Years ago, when I allowed myself to occasionally watch TV, I saw a half hour show supporting NASA in response to rabid critics of the moon landings. Predictably, the program ignored everything they could not answer (because there was no answer) and the rest was a master class of misdirection or false association. Even so my flatmate at the time agreed with every point, hook, line and sinker. That alone showed me there are gullible people out there with preconceptions so lacking in curiosity, inspection of the detail is rendered unfathomable. Perhaps, in individual cases, academic laziness plays a part. Thinking, doing the maths, investigating unbiasedly and thoroughly enough to find the heart of the debate are prerequisites for due diligence. For those with intellectual ambition, “validating excuses” don’t cut it.

michael_j_smith_comparedSadly, I fear complacent, slothful naysayers probably make the majority of those we generally assemble to call wider society. Thus, NASA knew there would be fools aplenty; most likely enough to justify the campaign (even with a $10 million price tag a head). The Medias have done a sterling job at elevating their profile. Even so, I am personally surprised anyone with the capability of amassing $10 million hasn’t learnt anything. To which end, I question why all attendees wouldn’t be preselected by NASA at no personal cost, perhaps even each paid off handsomely for individual contributions geared to making the bogus journey seem real for the “punters” (TV hogs). My prior article used the word “heist”. Whether “bogus” or “heist” is selected, anything associated with our presence in space should be questioned deeply. Whilst illogically incomplete, “flat Earth theory” does posit some good questions. Scientific anomalies have placed difficult answers pertaining to the authenticity of the International Space Station (ISS), for instance. In my other article I also suggested NASA plays a double game. Well removed from the popular public eye, their lesser known associates regularly present mind blowing gems of authenticity.

thetruthaboutcancer-logo-retinaThe article that has provided the basis for this entry was my largest web writing project of all time to date. One of the reasons I have partially duplicated content here was “Mars, Gods and Martian Mercenaries” is simply too long to read [constructively] in one sitting in my opinion, With this in mind, I made the conscious decision to reproduce sections as basis for a number of pieces here, expanding on original content where necessary. From the original “mighty tome”, there are possibly going to be around three section reproductions in total. Running parallel I have a very different writing project in progress, provisionally titled “Coming Clean on Cancer”. It will reveal the singular root cause of all cancers, but more importantly, explaining why this is so. Triggers and cures will be equally rationally evaluated and explained within context.

00723634ac78438ac6687d05d4de476eA “Packing for Mars” sequel to this entry will give some unknown detail on an ancient history of the planet stretching back a hundred million years. Focus is on two noteworthy vaguely related civilisations separated by tens of millions of years. Naturally, most, if not all, of the Information provided is going to be very much down to personal faith but also will be verifiable for those with access to “the record” (called by different names but “Akashic” will do as an example even though it is the part representing light frequencies or heavenly states). At this stage I very much doubt any proposed trip to Mars is authentic, though who knows what additional research might turn up. According to the record of ancient Atlantis (originally on Mars), a large asteroid struck which saw 90% of the surface atmosphere lost. A holographic blister field was erected in the nick of time. Obviously I will example the true dynamics of gravity (another “conspiracy” exposed by flat Earth theory) to scientifically explain how that happened. It does pose some tricky questions as to what those journeying might find at their target location. Would they be allowed to land, or is there something in place to protect the lost Atlantis legacy? Rumours have it Buzz Aldrin and the other mythical moon rocketeers were warned off by some very nasty looking entities half way.

shooting_stanley_kubrick__the_faked_moon_landings_unedited_full_documentary__218388Returning to the bogus journey theme, I make no secret of my opinion that NASA sourced evidence of moon cine footage and all photo stills generated by Mars rover were (or are currently) created on Earth. It was an opinion that nested a foothold in a prior article at my other WordPress site. There I postulated a possibility for one of the “set” locations might be Antarctica because it is barren enough to suit the topography. However, sane consideration of the place as plausible is dubiously doubtful. Further research has yielded no ice free positions of worthy comparison and the notion that mundane scientists have inadvertently accessed unencumbered inner realms that were once the dazzling grounds of the legendary Rainbow City would be the best kept secret of all time, if true. Moreover, it is rather cold for reptiles (given the number of possibly live ophidian pictorial irregularities).

ship-figure-ufo-ufos-sighting-sightings-alien-aliens-et-rainbow-star-wars-2015-news-earth-volcano-mexico-bicycle-lady-deathstar-woman-jennifer-aniston-water-life-mars12Photographic resolutions of stills created by the Mars rover are poor enough to ensure all key details remain shrouded in mystery but good enough to generate endless “possibility” questions. Several desert dwelling (Earth) creatures, including reptiles and ground squirrels, have been snapped by the propaganda machine and this most favours a local Rocky Mountains reference point. Others may select any of the government restricted areas at the Nevada desert, one the occasional home to an alien race colloquially known as the “Tall Whites” according to Charles Hall. Other worldly sources tell me these are version eight human, created around thirty thousand years ago as our “advanced model”. 55d9dbfec3618872108b45aeIn that capacity they may act as de facto physical controllers of Earth, “go-betweens” for dimensionally adrift reptilian overlords. With regards to clandestine photo shoots, I have considered infamous Area 51 too obvious, given the potential for voyeuristic eavesdroppers with long range surveillance equipment adequate enough for spying purposes.

ay_110985159Though I haven’t been paying a great amount of attention to what’s been happening in the public domain, for my limited research, other than that “mysterious” doughnut shaped “perambulating” rock, “Mars” rover has unearthed no alien artefacts at all. Wilful imaginations have inspired numerous commentaries on random boulder shapes that might signify something (but actually don’t). The trend was started by Barak Obama’s school chum, lawyer, Andrew Basiago, whose childish “book” conjectured numerous invalid fossilised hybrids of “household creatures” implausibly strewn here and there. What he wrote isn’t a far stretch from current stylised akin sentiment and I did feature a slide of a Mars shoe “anomaly” in a past article hoping to prompt “comments”.

manure-antibioticsDepicted was a rock (originally presented as evidence by a British national newspaper, “The Daily Express”) that straightforwardly looked like a shoe and the reason it made its mass Media “scoop” is the corporate press is being used to promulgate NASA’s indirect propaganda campaign. Richard C Hoagland (an ex. NASA departmental director) spent years “priming opinions” prior to the “launch”; a fantasy that expanded as a theoretical quest to discover and bust into a giant (ninety miles squared) “encased city” whose Ali Baba style treasures would surely put the Atlanteans to shame. 5d14081f331e4fe6e7f2f1ae2c437e30ee63e82cBut, of course, as with all things fantasy, there was no actual plan for the rover to visit on its slow weary wind towards its pointless unforeseen target destination. Hoagland did try and make a point out of pointlessness but, I, personally, failed to see it. Like the numerous pyramids, that “mountain” face picked up in the 1970’s or those strange “grooved” canals, Hoagland’s enticing “encased city” was guaranteed off limits as NASA was only interested in reviewing crap.

Having the ability to read energy signatures gives me a distinct advantage over other would be investigators that look at matters such as these. Everything that lives generates auras comprising layered signals that collectively consolidate all active and historic associated genetic data. These threads connect to timelines and, therefore, via supplementary routes it is possible to drill down into any aspect of any one of these pristine metaphysical “records”. If a rock had once lived and was the fossilised evidence of a life form its auric memory is preserved eternally. There are some limiters, of course.

tone-deafOne such is we do not have the technique or technical knowhow to upload a mind’s product to a designated location whereby it might be inspected and “verified” by third parties. Neither do we have the ability to network minds as fourth dimensional “reptilians” can. Thus, external records housed in auric fields are currently locked and exclusively subject to the integrity of those that claim they have the ability to discern them. Any feedback from these self-proclaimed savants would be an undeniable venture of faith for less attuned listeners, although aspects of that faith might afford opportunities to put feedback “to the test”. Discoveries are likely to be partially verifiable even by the spiritually deaf, at the very least.

600_346066932Residue information from auric fields is not limited to that which is or was living. However, the connections and style of inanimate originated records are very different to ones stored as organic signatures even though, thinking practically; it is likely the whole thing is an aspect of quantum residual (or light). My book, “The Beauty of Existence Decoded” exposes the largely overlooked importance of the quantum layer as a super-facilitator (exchange). Anyway, suffice to say, inanimate objects can give vital clues about things that lived, clues that can be cross referenced and double checked against known (or presumed known) data. For instance, any [manual] work done on a rock will also detail the genetic path (of the craftsman/labourer) by its timeless energy signature. Even a bird that may have inadvertently sat on the same stone will be captured by a common signature.

give-mars-the-bootFrom this anyone with ability to read signals can instantly interpret any object’s history and beyond. I went through the verification analysis of the sensational “shoe on Mars” to find only a bulk standard ordinary rock which happened to look like footwear in its unfavourable lighting conditions. Not having witnessed a “beyond a shadow of a doubt” bona fide Mars originated auric field, it would be implausible to test the shoe rock’s location that way as frequencies might be almost identical to ones’ defining Earth localities and vice versa. Even if it did “read” as being Martian, how could one be entirely sure that it had not been presented as a gift by an alien dignitary stationed here, broken off a comet or travelled to Earth by some unknown spurious means?

2-nasa-in-hebrew-means-to-deceive-greatlyUnlike NASA, I see no point in sifting through mountains of crap knowing there is nothing [of value] to be seen. So I won’t labour the message. This (the Mars heist) is the best evidence I find that confirms fortuitous agency comparison against the similar sounding Hebrew word “Nasa” (to deceive) is not merely coincidental. For those not moved by my earlier indirect propaganda accusation I say to you, why did mainstream television “innocently” select that controversial slide showing a distinctive and “shocking” crouching “reptilian” as the preview to the rover’s launch without plausible follow up? It was because they wanted to stoke fertile imaginations to stimulate open but never resolving gossip about “aliens”. Jon Rappoport calls the practice “limited hangout”, by the way.

609241785In this particular case, depending on what society is required to believe (by those that attempt to control by Media) would determine whether debunking campaigns against all those tired stage props (including the crouching alien) are launched or not. 29df56d6fb7f467be0fb98cd1fcae87aWith the exception of a few accidentally shaped rocks, I believe just about every single intriguing item uncovered was either put in place by the heisters or evidence of operational malfunction. Those occasional possible glitches, such as the doughnut shaped rock, merely add to the “intrigue” as millions of synchronised sceptics’ chimes attempt to explain the anomalies away. However, there is a glaringly obvious operational flaw that exposes how the Mars program has been staged and, upon explicit analysis; the many parts of this ruse are slightly more complex than on “face value”.

That said, often concentrating on “the basics” will yield obvious rewards. Would not any serious investigator first question whether years’ worth of “Mars” footage could have been pre-shot to iron out or avoid unnecessary problems/complications in advance? It is clear that was how NASA handled the “moon” operations. Why, oh why, would a cautious image-centric marketing program with “everything to lose” take the unprecedented risk of channelling a “live” Earth feed “via Mars”? We can see from the all too numerous anomalies that potential mistakes have been made. The “team” has been sloppy in places. Obvious flaws with operational strategy can be found in two basic accounts. First and foremost, those erratic extended camera shutdowns/malfunctions undeniably confirm mitigated censorship.

heist-image-v2-0-square-low-quality-1024x1024The outcome has seen the apparently spontaneous outrage from numerous salacious gossip mongering internet TV channels who weigh into the (fictitious) debate as though they are “authorities”. Logically, “a gazillion” possible conspiracies behind the shutdowns are the consequence and many have been asserted. None, thus far, given the masquerading objective, are close to being reasonably correct. Supporting my opinions, it seems all or the vast majority of internet TV commentators are part and parcel of NASA’s indirect propaganda campaign. They are the “plan B”. For instance, I have yet to find one that doesn’t present as though he assumes Mars footage is being filmed “on Mars”, which, I have outlined, blatantly isn’t true. Mars rover Curiosity is definitely filming Earth.

maxresdefaultThe reason the rover has to be “live” impacts the second flaw in calculated operational planning. Why the rover’s roaming camera has been periodically shut down and switched off at a moment’s notice is it travels in tandem. Accompanying the Curiosity’s every beat is some sort of overhead satellite. This is where it starts to become really intriguing. Not only is the satellite feeding genuine Mars surface footage back to Earth, but it’s also live and the perspective has never been seen before “as presented”. Could that be a big old fraud too? It is unlikely because, if I understand details correctly, the satellite took the Curiosity rover to Mars. From memory, there was a gap between the satellite dropping the rover off on Mars and the surveillance machine firing up its all seeing eye. In other words, we are not entirely sure whether it was the Curiosity that was dropped off on Mars or, God forbid, NASA is running dual operations: one for the “scientists“ (or perhaps even the elites) and another simply  geared to confounding the plebs.

08-false_colour-filters-01-examples_01-03-red_091Anyway, either way, there is no verifiable correlation between the overhead and the surface image perspectives.   Even so, one interesting thing I do note is the Marian terrain (was it presumed to be real) happens to be deep green as presented by the overhead camera. In light of the way our eyes process colour, I have always maintained that if Mars seemed “red” in the distance, it would actually appear dark green when viewed close up. This leads me to believe the overhead photography hasn’t been embellished, as the logical move in pandering to popular ignorance would be to present Mars as a uniformly visually “red planet” (I suspect the Earth surface footage is run through filters to create the correlating ruddy effect). Another possibility is the green was too dark to alter sufficiently; too much work for such an insignificant payoff. We won’t go into the inexplicable reasons justifying why the Mars overhead satellite cannot drill down to present almost as much detail as the rover. Has NASA been triumphantly defeated by the Roman God of War?

In a nutshell, what actually seems to be going on here is this. Technicians (that are driving it) must constantly guide the rover on the turn of a penny because Mars terrain is unknown until “team NASA” receives more vague information from its overhead satellite. Rover drivers then have to roughly “map” the Earth terrain route as something that could plausibly be representative of the overhead footage in real time. No mean task! Naturally, fairly ambiguous, nondescript terrain was selected for the Earth leg as too many large landmarks might give away the ruse. Even vague very distinct topology (as seen from above) would be impossible to configure without lengthy strategic planning. Therefore camera “malfunctions” have pretty much been the only way to coordinate a response to those sections of overhead that by no stretch of the imagination could be matched against correlating terrains.

In addition endless phantom internet commentaries have admirably assisted the deception program by adding to the confusion, transforming the “ambiguous” into intrigue. My selected YouTube presentation above gives a classic example of hysteria over nothing. In this one an arguably naïve announcer does manage to blurt out something about the ground not matching the overhead at precise point when the last camera glitch happened. Though the penny predictably doesn’t drop in the right way in the presentation, it was conclusively obvious that NASA could not recreate Mars on Earth for that part of the journey.

obama-the-pig“Curiosity” has found something that surely conclusively confirms its hoax status. A magnificent statue, the unmistakable bust of a “humanoid prince” (as is supposed) was discovered languishing in, otherwise nondescript, wasteland. Surrounded by nothing other than dusty coarse rocks was a mirage that might have been the ironic splitting image of outgoing President Obama if that was plausible. Of all contradictions! But, then again, did not Ayn Rand say “check your premises”?  Therefore, if of all the people on Earth to be immortalised by that awful, cheesy NASA spoof paraded as “science” is Obama, then its only premise would be a giant fraud deliberately staged to lampoon consumer reasoning. Who better to display than the great spinner of cheese and the one that had “final say” on authorisation of Curiosity’s deceitful, bogus mission?

marvel-two-in-one-53p19That history goes back further. Before, little Barak Obama and Andrew Basiago, when they were schoolchildren hand in hand, had reputedly been absconded to Mars via Hawaiian Stargate under instruction of code-named “Project Pegasus” (a CIA operation, no less). So, as the “pioneer” of Mars intrigue, perhaps he believes he has earned the right to phony privilege.

Information on Project Pegasus is the sum of a shadowy press mythology alongside an unconvincing, “atrociously written” book by “teamer” Basiago. I don’t recall ever seeing the mainstream running with any feeds (and “Google” comes up blank) on this, even Russian ones. If spurious reports are to be believed, the children were drafted as slaves on consignment to begin work at a reptilian run colony located at their overgrown inner sanctum. cia_logo_by_nvmsthlm-d4x9tms-2The atmosphere was so different to Earth’s it was potentially fatally noxious, but children were said to be able to adapt better. Consistent with this information, rumour had it that over a hundred thousand adults had succumbed in only a very few years after they were drafted. Even allowing for ad lib sensationalism and deliberate misinformation, I suspect there is more to this story than meets the eye, given repulsive Dick Cheney’s alleged honorary title “Mars Tsar”, so perhaps I will focus on the detail, sift for pertinence and gradually uncover loose truths one rainy day in the future.

My recent invite to a dinner occasion afforded me the opportunity to test my version of cosmic physics out on supposedly open minds. Every point I made was resisted by a wall of dissenting conventions. Those I was against, and it became a fortuitous “war”, could not detach themselves from ingrained superstitions no matter how plausible counter-objections were. I was, when considering how individuals form their beliefs, up against an army of anonymous information spinners over-simplifications’ and generalities’ vocalised as proverbial, popular conventions. “Why can’t you just go with the flow?” I was told, abruptly. But I did not go with the flow and after innumerable visual analogies; the group eventually conceded I might be right. They could not articulate conventions beyond their hollow beliefs’ status so; ultimately, none could back up their convictions. Some could well be equally critical of this article. You critics may argue, “Why didn’t he talk about the latest incidents/anomalies “on Mars”?” “He has seemed to have missed so much out. This essay is a very poor job.”

nasa-fraudThe point is simple. NASA has predicably committed fraud. Evidence presented is sufficient to qualify it. The Mars journey is bogus. Mission accomplished.