This is an issue on multidimensional levels, from the material to the spiritual. All is interconnected. Something that wants to be hidden is put in plain view. It's right in your face if you know where to look. To understand the control system is to understand the Luciferian connection. To defeat this control system the occult needs to be recognised by everybody. And so like a horse with blinkers, if you can’t understand what is in front of you then you are not going to understand what is happening to you. We cannot ignore the Occult because we think it negative. It is not. It is information about how the universe, the human psyche, and natural law work. The word Occult simply means hidden from sight, something obscured. But when people hear this word negative connotations and misconceptions come with it. Occult is derived from the Latin noun oculus which means eye, and from the Latin verb ocultare which means hidden from sight. This knowledge of ourselves and how we function has been taken out of the general circulation of humanity and has been reserved for the elect few who have guarded it for selfish usage. This has created a power differential in society. How we use that knowledge makes it either good or bad. The usages can be for order and goodness, love and freedom, or for the wielding of power to gain differential advantage to create chaos and evil. The latter has been used. We need to look at the negative to understand the strategies that have been used, to understand what’s happening to us so we can be in a position to do something about it. The manipulators, who understand the positive aspects of this knowledge, wilfully choose to use it as a weapon against those not in the know, by continuing to occult it. When the manipulation tactics are known, it becomes common sense knowledge and only then will humanity ever be free. When we de-occult this knowledge, the occult is no longer the occult. It is brought out into the light of day.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

What goes on behind Tomb doors


Andrew Mayer, a student at the University of Florida, was roughed up and unlawfully arrested and tasered while in a discussion meeting with the senator John Kerry. As soon as he asked Kerry if he was a member of the Skull and Bones secret society, his microphone was cut off. Police attacked and tasered him and wouldn’t leave him alone when he cried out in trauma, and they arrested him. When George Bush was asked in an interview about his involvement with Skull and Bones and what it means for America, he said it was so secret he couldn’t talk about it. Bush chuckled when his interviewer said that the conspiracy theorists are going to go wild, laughing with satisfaction as he replied ‘I’m sure they are’. Bush was cocky and evasive. John Kerry was Bush’s opponent, they were going head for head for the presidency, and they were both in Skull and Bones. The UK version of the Skull and Bones Society is the Bullingdon Club, of which David Cameron is a member. In an interview with John Kerry, when the interviewer was honourably serious and tried to get an answer from Kerry and asked him about what his membership of the Sukk & Bones secret society of Yale tells us, Kerry smirked: ‘Not much, ‘cos it’s a secret’. Same smugness in finding it all hilarious. What these two had in common was how they both laughed about their grubby little secret and were so full of their own ego, because they knew, and they felt so advantaged; they were the unknowns in the bones. Skull and Bones operates at Yale University, one of the most prestigious universities. Members gather on High Street at The Tomb, a windowless building with padlocked iron doors, in the middle of the campus.
The Elite alumni and gofers in power are members and go under code names. George Bush went under the name of ‘Temporary’.  The Bush family go back in a long line of Skull & Bones members all through their generation. Skull and Bones dates to 1832 in reaction to the masons, the founder being William Huntington Russell. It’s the haunt of the elite and those who would do anything for another bonesman. While presidents are in their university days, each year fifteen undergraduate senior members are tapped for membership. They are initiated in a murky fashion. They are expected to do things like lie in coffins, kiss a skull, wrestle in mud, and confess their sexual histories in front of the group to bond themselves with them. No wonder George sniggered in a public interview. Once you’re in, you’re in. Skull and Bones is for life and you don’t talk about it! Talking about Skull and Bones is for others. There are a lot of bonesmen who did not talk and they were successful. The creator of Time Magazine; Harold Stanley who founded Morgan Stanley, and others; the governor of New York; William Howard Tatt, and his dad Alfonso; George Herbert Walker Bush and his father Prescott, the son George Bush, John Kerry – all successful, all secret society presidents who didn’t talk about it. And there was Robert Kennedy, who did talk about it. He alluded to this covert network when he announced that the very word secrecy was repugnant in a free and open society, and that we are as a people are inherently and historically opposed to secret societies and to secret oaths and secret proceedings. He said that we were being opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence on infiltration instead of invasion; on subversion instead of elections; on intimidation instead of free choice; on guerillas by night instead of armies by day. He announced that it is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military diplomatic intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations. He announced that its preparations are concealed and not published; he announced that its mistakes are buried and not headlined and its dissenters are silenced… And then he was shot in the head and he was not successful.

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