Further thoughts on false flag alien encounters

Having thought more about this little issue – that’s to say the dystopians faking some kind of ETI contact situation, it strikes me what a remarkably intelligent move it might seem to them. At least, it does so on first consideration. Were they to, say, deliver the kind of message I have been doing, namelyContinue reading “Further thoughts on false flag alien encounters”

False flag alien invasions, good vs. bad ETI, and an introduction to Event Day

I recently came across this article, speculating on the possibility of a false flag alien invasion. Given that I’m interested in both subjects, it appealed to me. Interestingly, it also mentioned a quote by Dr. Edgar Mitchell (Apollo 14 astronaut) who quite rightly stated that “our non-violent ETI will not tolerate any forms of militaryContinue reading “False flag alien invasions, good vs. bad ETI, and an introduction to Event Day”

Psychohistory 101: Part two – summary, and a word on interventions

That previous one was, indeed, somewhat rambling. For which I apologise. Call it the lateness of the hour, perhaps. Here is a brief recap, then. What I have come to call dystopians are essentially and simply those irredeemable aberrations produced as a consequence of evolution having a random element to it. They never amount toContinue reading “Psychohistory 101: Part two – summary, and a word on interventions”

Psychohistory 101: Dunbar’s number & how dystopia happens

Welcome to Psychohistory 101, my dearest things! This essay might also be subtitled ‘how did things get like this?’ or ‘why is the world so awful?’ or something along similar lines. There is an increasing number of humans (I’ve noticed – I’m interested in conspiracy theories – this site is a good start, the writingContinue reading “Psychohistory 101: Dunbar’s number & how dystopia happens”

Why am I interested in conspiracy theories?

It’s a fair question, of course. For the unsuspecting, they might question my psychological aspect and look at me bizarrely. For others, however, it’s understandable. Those others are perfectly aware of being surrounded by a fog of propaganda, as well as the – to us at least – indisputable fact that the so-called leaders ofContinue reading “Why am I interested in conspiracy theories?”

Starseeds and the Brookings Report

In a kind of typical fateful way (I should be used to that now) I have been prompted and provoked again. This time by an article in ‘The Conversation’ in which a group of ‘psychologists’ do a standard hit-piece on the so-called Starseed phenomenon. I usually call Starseeds ‘Visitors’ – it has fewer ‘New Age’Continue reading “Starseeds and the Brookings Report”

Conspiracy theories – how the dystopians get away with it

One reason I don’t much care for Marx is because he appears to operate within a system designed by and for the exploiters, or dystopians, as I call them. The notions of ‘class’ and ‘ownership’, after all, are not natural constructs. They have been imposed on humanity by these dystopians for the purposes of divisionContinue reading “Conspiracy theories – how the dystopians get away with it”

A ray of hope for humanity

I would imagine that most of my dearest readers are from the western hemisphere. That is to say, they all live under the deceitful, neoliberal imperialist system which, clearly, makes people slaves without their even realising it. This system is, of course, dictated by the American Empire, and has been for some time. As withContinue reading “A ray of hope for humanity”

Conspiracies, part two, a little psychohistory

Some might well ask why I am interested in human conspiracies and conspiracy theories. I think my insertion of the word ‘human’ in there answers that one. Although there is more to it than that. As an observer, or recorder, here, it’s important to me to know and understand human social history, in particular theContinue reading “Conspiracies, part two, a little psychohistory”