Sunday, December 8, 2013
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Charles Taze Russell and Joseph Smith from Illuminati bloodlines? An early book by Fritz Springmeier, "The Watchtower & the Masons," suspects outside influences behind Jehovah's Witnesses Watchtower Society. Bethel headquarters of Jehovah's Witnesses Springmeier reports in 1993 Texe Marrs interview, takes direction from outside sources, i.e., Rockefellers, Morgans and Rothschilds. Russell and Smith are identified as freemasons - Russell - a Knights Templar freemason. The book termed a preliminary investigation, discovers Russell's fondness for winged sun disks and pyramids, reflecting influence of mystery religions of ancient Babylon and Freemasonry. Springmeier implies Zionists behind both movements! Wow! We're so lucky Marrs and Springmeier are still hard at work! Texe Marrs interview starts with part one below the fold.
Friday, December 6, 2013
from christiannews.net: A New York-based Satanist organization has offered to erect a public ‘homage to Satan’ near a Ten Commandments monument on the premises of the Oklahoma capitol building. The Satanic Temple issued a news release about the matter this week, outlining that they believe that it may resolve the dispute over the monument, which is currently the subject of a federal lawsuit.
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Fritz Springmeier convinced of its existence, reveals secret ritual "Feast Of The Beast." Springmeier informs "... the Feast of the Beast is a yearlong event that occurs every 28 years and is attended by Illuminati leadership from around the world. It is a very high level ceremony...." The matter proved important enough to communicate in writing as Springmeier adds, "a lot of pressure has come down on me, and I felt that I should go ahead and write this article rather than presume that I shall have the chance later." Number '28' closely associated with secret ritual according to Springmeier, who turns to Aleister Crowley to reveal its significance:
"The Feast of the Beast is associated with the number 28 (as well as its reverse 82, and as well as the combination 7 times 4). One of the best books on providing the occult world’s meanings of numbers is Aleister Crowley’s books Gematria and Tables of Correspondences. On page 58 of Crowley’s Table of Correspondences under the Orders of Qliphoth, we’re informed that 28 is the number of the Beast, that is Bahimiron which is Bestial...In his book Gematria, about the numerology of mystic numbers, we are told that in the static universe 28 means power (Netzach, also spelled netsach), and in the world the magician makes it means 'My victory, my power.'"Springmeier comments further on numerology fetish of occultists: "There is no question that Cabalists view 28 as a very powerful number. Further, when we realize that 28 is also a combination of 7 (perfection) and 4 (also considered completeness or perfection), we can appreciate that 28 on a Magical calendar system is power- ful....The number 28 is said to come from Babylonian magic, the lunar calendar, and a woman’s menstrual cycle."
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
from csmonitor.com: Chains, devil horns, and pitchforks are not things most people associate with the holidays. But for many in the Alpine region of Europe, that's precisely where Krampus – a half goat, half demon creature, carrying rusty chains and sticks – belongs: in the Christmas season. Yet some say that the centuries-old European folktale is turning commercial, as Krampus-themed chocolates, decorations, and greeting cards are readily available. Yet at the same time, could he actually be a subversive force for anti-consumerism?
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Society" represent predictive programming? Why else would this particular mythical horror be shown repeatedly to the public? Is it similar to representing demons as aliens to take edge off "naked shock" of initial reactions? A 2009 post, "The Dark Side of Society – Elite Satanism in the movies," shares interesting - even fascinating - facts about film. "Society" will remain however, in post's own words, "... a disturbing celluloid sickfest that will haunt your mindscape for many years to come." One of the interesting insights, "Co writer Woody Keith came from a wealthy Beverly Hills family (possibly a satanic family) and some of the characters in the film are based on people he knew. It’s interesting that the original script ending was a blood sacrifice..." The mythos behind "Society" viewers may already know, "Brian Yuzna explains in the Directors commentary the ‘mythology’ behind the movie and the origins of the ‘Society’ families who are not a human race. His take is that way back in the times of cavemen a parallel evolution took place, creatures infected some of the ancient humans which gave them power to rule over and dominate other humans, these ‘blue bloods’ interbred and became the wealthy ruling class (sounds familiar)." It seems indeed a small world, according to post, "Billy Warlock, the main actor, is named by Fritz Springmeier as an illuminati mind control programmer in his phenomenal expose ‘The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave’." Wow! Is that possibly why film succeeds because it shares a reality unfamiliar to most of us - but resides nonetheless in extremely affluent neighborhoods?
Monday, December 2, 2013
from mirror.co.uk: Prince William was right when he avoided taking over his mum Diana's old flat at Kensington Palace because her ghost would have "given Kate the wobblies". The bizarre claim is made by Princess Michael of Kent, who goes on to say she lobbied courtiers for the couple to get the bigger apartment that was once home to the Queen's sister Margaret. Princess Pushy, who lives just along the corridor, tells Tatler magazine: "I thought she (Kate) would get the wobblies... You know with (the ghost of) Diana... Anyway, that apartment it's not the best. Whereas Prince Margaret's... wonderful - huge private garden." Pushy, 68 - married to the Queen's cousin - predicts Prince Harry might one day move into a flat at the palace currently used by the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. She tells the January issue of the magazine for upper-crust people: "Then they would be next door to each other. It would be a very good move." Pushy keeps up the patronising tone towards Kate and even William by calling the 32-year-old second in line to the throne "the boy" at one stage.