Archive for the ‘Conspiracy’ Category

CBS’s “Under the Dome” Takes an Illuminati Turn

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

In the first season of CBS’s “Under the Dome” there was just a mysterious dome imprisoning the town of Chester’s Mill.


Now, in the middle of season two, the space-egg informs us that there is also a mysterious obelisk in the nearby town of Zenith:

Under the Dome - s02e07 - 39:53

Under the Dome – s02e07 – 39:53

And we learn that there is a mysterious connection between the Dome and the Obelisk. Dome’s are considered symbolic of the womb, and obelisks are phallic symbols. In the frame above, notice that the directer prominently displayed the thigh-gaps of the female characters, making sure that we get the sexual connotation of the obelisk (click image to enlarge).

This womb/obelisk arrangement is very similar to the architecture of Washington, D.C. In this photo, notice the phallic symbol (the Washington Monument) is connected to the womb symbol (the Capitol Dome) by the National Mall:


So, what were the Illuminized Freemasons (the Founding Fathers) thinking when they constructed the world’s largest obelisk, and a gigantic dome? I don’t know, but perhaps they wanted to summon dark forces and have the symbolic sexual organs create a giant baby who would grow up to be a world-dominating colossus. If so, their black magic worked.

What does this imply for Under the Dome? I haven’t read the Stephen King novel which the show is based on, but people say the show has diverted from the novel anyway. Perhaps the Dome and the Zenith Obelisk will confer super powers on one of the characters who will then invade Iraq, bomb Syria, and start a “color revolution” in Ukraine. After all, the Dome is pretty sinister, and I’m sure that it came to Earth to take over.

Another interesting aspect is that the Dome imprisons the people of Chester’s Mill, a symbol of traditional America, and the people in the Capitol Dome make laws that restrict the people of America. But the Dome sort of takes care of the people too. For example, it lets air and rain through to keep its captives alive.

Perhaps the Dome will be portrayed as benevolent since there are evil corporate types trying to steal its energy source. Film at 11.

Charlie Sheen, Vatican Assassin – Mystery Explained

Saturday, February 8th, 2014

When Charlie Sheen went nuts back in 2011, one of the crazy things he said was that he was a “Vatican Assassin Warlock.” He never explained what that meant, and neither could anybody else, but I have solved the mystery. Sheen makes his Vatican-Assassin comment at the 2:42 mark of this interview:

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It turns out that Vatican Assassins is a book written on an Amish farm in 2001 by white separatist Eric Jon Phelps. The Catholics and Protestants have been publishing propaganda against each other for hundreds of years, and Vatican Assassins is a modern edition of that genre.

Phelps believes that WASP culture is responsible for scientific progress and freedom, having broken Western Civilization out of the Dark-Ages death-grip of the authoritarian Catholic Church. Phelps is especially outraged by the machinations of “God’s Marines” – the Jesuits – and wants to kick them out of the USA.

Phelps is hoping that a state will succeed from the union, and if one does, he wants all WASPs to move there and fight against the federal government’s attempt to reel the state back in. He pretty much wants to re-fight the Civil War, and maybe even reinstate slavery. Here is a quote from page 503 of Vatican Assassins:

“As calculated, the Emancipation Proclamation destroyed the Southern culture that generally had been a blessing to the Negroes, in contrast to their barbarism and cannibalism in Africa.”

It was Eric Jon Phelps who called Charlie Sheen a Vatican assassin. Why would he do that? Because Sheen’s father, Ramón Antonio Gerardo Estévez (Martin Sheen) is an activist Catholic (photos here). Martin even took his stage name from show-biz priest Bishop Fulton J. Sheen:

As a militant protestant, Phelps finds Martin Sheen to be an odious Vatican operative. But why does he call them assassins? Well, Phelps believes that the Vatican seized dictatorial control of the USA by assassinating John F. Kennedy. He also believes that that the Jesuits assassinated Abraham Lincoln. At first, that sounds crazy. However, so many Americans believed it to be true that the USA broke off diplomatic relations with the Vatican in 1867. Relations were not re-established until 1984 – 117 years later!

Jesuit history is a lot more interesting than you might expect. And seeing that we have the first-ever Jesuit Pope, you might want to do some reading on the subject. But I don’t recommend Vatican Assassins. I give Phelps an “A” for effort because the book contains an enormous amount of information and photos. But his writing style is atrocious. Half the book is comprised of quotes from other anti-Jesuit propaganda books. Many of the quotes are from Alberto Rivera, an alleged ex-Jesuit who was more likely a simple con man.

Of course, if you are a right-wing, protestant redneck, you will probably love Vatican Assassins. But before you believe anything at all in the book, you need to do your own research because the book is simply not credible.

The most absurd act that Phelps accuses the Jesuits of is founding the Illuminati. Yes, Adam Weishaupt copied the organizational structure of the Society of Jesus, but it is established fact that the Illuminati and the Jesuits were arch-enemies. See this for more.

So, when Charlie Sheen said that he was a “Vatican assassin warlock”, he was mocking Phelps. The “warlock” part was a creative flourish added by Sheen.

Note: I can’t find the reference now, but somewhere Phelps stated that he was supported for three years by an Amish family in Pennsylvania while he was writing Vatican Assassins.

Alex Jones Channels Aleister Crowley

Saturday, February 1st, 2014

I believe Alex Jones when he says that he despises Aleister Crowley. However, Jones often sounds exactly like him! If you are a Jones fan, prepare to be deprogrammed. In the two quotes below, we see both Jones and Crowley criticizing football (of all things) and frothing about how childish people are (emphasis mine).

Crowley wrote in 1904:

“Consider the popularity of the cinema, the wireless, the football pools and guessing competitions, all devices for soothing fractious infants, no seed of purpose in them. Consider sport, the babyish enthusiasms and rages which it excites, whole nations disturbed by disputes between boys. Consider war, the atrocities which occur daily and leave us unmoved and hardly worried. We are children.”

Jones said 110 years later:

“…the public doesn’t know where Syria is. The public doesn’t know Shiite versus Sunni. They don’t know the basic players. They know the football players. They know who the supermodels are. They know all this stuff that doesn’t matter. People aren’t actually stupid. Their minds and their systems of understanding complexity is in baseball scores. Men will walk up to me, anywhere, the gym, the street, and just go: “Hey, uh, such and such broke the record of the 1942 streak of blah, blah, blah” and they’ll see if I respond back, and I’m just like: “man, I tell ‘ya, I mainly focus on business and politics for factoids and stuff. I used to like baseball…” And they’re always people that don’t care about anything else themselves. Like, the whole country is going to hell in a hand basket, they have no self-preservation because they are arrested-development children whose whole world is about spectating. It’s all “my favorite movies, my favorite shows, my favorite books, fiction, my favorite sports teams” knowing all the male soap opera info. That’s all sports is, is male soap opera. Simulated combat, simulated war, with the generals on the sidelines, and the quarterback is the war chief, the platoon leader, the centurion leader out there leading the forces. They’ve got the armor on. And it’s literally been sold and pushed for hundreds of years, thousands, going back to Rome to steal your entire future.”

Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley

Uncanny, no? Is Alex Jones channeling Crowley? Could he be the reincarnation of Crowley? Anything is possible, but my opinion is that both Crowley and Jones are megalomaniacs frustrated by not having enough thralls in their cults of personality.

And Jones didn’t just rant like this once; he does it in almost every episode of his podcast. In fact, he sent a camera crew to the Superbowl just to ridicule football fans in person! They are there as I write. Before you Jones fanatics launch your Civil War and make Jones King of Texas, you should insist that he take a psychopathy test. I bet that he flunks.

The Crowley quote is from his Book of the Law, on page 18, which you can read on Google Books. The Jones quote is “on record” at the 1:12:35 mark of the January 10, 2014 episode of his podcast, which you can download from iTunes for free.

Alex Jones, American Royalty

Sunday, January 26th, 2014

Alex Jones is certainly the King of Conspiracy; his websites and rank #1 and #7 on my Top Conspiracy Websites list. But does Jones have further monarchical ambitions? Consider what he said on his podcast recently:

“My whole family goes back to the Mayflower, both sides. If there is American royalty, I’m it.”

This is especially curious coming from a self-described libertarian, Tea Party guy who regularly praises George Washington for not becoming King of America.

Does Jones aspire to be King of Texas? Or maybe the Duke of Austin? Will the second Civil War be fought by a new monarchy instead of a confederacy? Does Alex Jones have a crown and scepter hidden in his closet that he will break out at the onset of hostilities?

Jones’ claim to royalty is “on record” at the 27:01 mark of the January 5, 2014 podcast of “The Alex Jones Show”, which you can download from iTunes for free.

Alex Jones, Preventer of Knowledge

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

Alex Jones has sent his reporters to the west coast armed with Geiger counters to detect alleged radiation from Fukushima. But are they actually doing science? Well, consider this: Frank, a nuclear Navy tech called into the show to give his expert opinion:

Frank: “It depends on what type of particle you are detecting. There’s high-energy ones that move fast, there’s slow heavy ones. You have to figure out what it is…

I was very interested to hear what he would say next, presumably something about how that could be done and then how the particles could be traced to their sources. But Jones wasn’t having it. He interrupted:

Jones: “Exactly, and that’s not my job.

Knowledge prevented. Jones went off on one of his tirades and that was the end of it. The idea that the radiation might not becoming from Fukushima went right down the memory hole. The man has iodine to sell, after all.

Actually, the conversation is still “on record” (as Jones like to say). It begins at the 1:26:08 mark of the January 13, 2014 podcast of “The Alex Jones Show”, which you can download from iTunes for free.