Psychology of the Cheshire Cat

“…and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone.”

At this point Alice remarks “she has often seen a cat without a grin but never a grin without a cat.

The cat sometimes raises philosophical points that annoy or baffle Alice.
One of the things I love most about Alice in Wonderland is the kaleidoscopic nature of the setting. Characters simply appear, interact with Alice and subsequently disappear. However, in the case of the Cheshire Cat, the disappearance is literal. He is very much a guide, pointing the way to the next step of the adventure. I could go deeper and claim the Cheshire Cat is the Jungian archetype of the mysterious trickster, but that analysis is only partially true. He’s clever, but not as deceptive as your average trickster.
In my humble opinion, the Cheshires honesty and straight-forwardness make him the sanest character in the stories.

“In that direction,” the Cat said, waving its right paw round, “lives a Hatter…and in that direction,” waving the other paw, “lives a March Hare. Visit either you like. They’re both mad.”

“But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked.

“Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.”

“How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice.

“You must be,” said the Cat, “or you wouldn’t have come here.”

Moreover, the Cheshire yields a powerfully enlightening influence over Alice. Though he is the only one to listen, take her seriously and offer sound advice, he never sticks around for long…but he is always there when he is needed most. As a plot device, he serves a singular purpose: to drive the storyline.

Conversely, who has not met someone, who comes and goes at will? Each time they involve themselves in other peoples lives, they only stay for as long as their presence is physically necessary. Regardless of the situation, once it has passed, they vanish into thin air until the next time. To connect with these kinds of people in real life is almost impossible. They are aloof and detached to the point of madness. However, in the case of the Cheshire Cat, we are introduced to a version of such a personality is more balanced than most.

How so? To rest in the knowledge that we are all insane in our own way restores a level of psychological health, at which we question what functional behaviour truly is. In Wonderland, we are immersed in a place, where nothing is as it appears…like in any world, appearances are deceptive and therefore cannot be trusted, so look within for real answers. From an educational perspective, it introduces children to very valuable lessons, they’ve yet to come into contact with through life experiences.

As we grow older, we are conditioned to internalise such life lessons through failed relationships, social faux pas etc. For what it’s worth, to internalise said lessons is supposed to pave the way to adulthood…but it merely complicates the process of discarding outdated coping mechanisms, learning new things or seeing the world through different eyes.

This notwithstanding, there is one disturbing aspect of the books, we often overlook as we believe our children are not mature enough to grasp the concept…Wonderland’s madness is greater than the sum of its parts. When surrounded by chaos, no single situation or person has an especially strong influence, but the cumulative effect on one is more than the circumstances, people or else combined...and so fiction bridges into reality…

In actuality, what we consider to be “normal” behavior is “mad” in the Wonderland context, but it can be just as mad in a real world context.
The order of events creates the context, we use to navigate through life. However, every person interprets reality differently. The order of events that created our world as we know it forms the context, in which we perceive our identity. In the case of Alice, for instance, her curiosity to understand the world around her defines her character. In a positive light, she questions what is happening around her. In a negative frame of reference, she leaps before looking. She ventures down the rabbit hole “never once considering how in the world she was to get out again“. For what it is worth, she doesn’t have any particular reason for the things she does, except that she wants to find out more about the world around her. She also doesn’t have any plan for dealing with the consequences of leaping without a seconds thought.

The conversations between Alice and the Cheshire Cat are filled with relevant details on how the world works down in Wonderland. Though their interactions are fleeting, their relationship reforces specific realisations that are yet to dawn on her. When she throws all caution to the wind, she’s reminded of them, but no solemn reminder can rein in her natural inclination to experiment. After all, in an insane place, to be mad is a testament to our sanity…and to know everyone is mad must mean we may only be more aware of our insanity than most.

Prior to & After Alice’s Adventure
While most often celebrated in an Alice-related context, the Cheshire Cat predates the 1865 novel. “To grin like a Cheshire Cat” is in fact an expression, which dates back to Victorian times, as described in the Oxford Dictionary of Idioms.

After the publication, the character of the Cheshire Cat transcended fictional literature and became enmeshed in far more than just popular culture, appearing in various forms of media, from political cartoons to television. It also appears in many cross-disciplinary studies, from business to science.

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Aliens & Satanists – The Conspiracy Theorist’s Q&A



This Q&A is based entirely on the information contained in David Icke’s “The Biggest Secret”
From what region can the interbreeding bloodlines be traced to?
The middle and near east

33 U.S. presidents have been genetically related to which two people?
England’s King Alfred the Great and Charlemagne

What does the freemason motto ’ordo ab chao’ mean?
Order out of chaos

Who said “even if you are in a minority of one, the truth is still the truth”?

According to Sir Francis Crick, how many planets in our galaxy could support life as we know it?
At least 1 million

What is the speed of light?
186,000 miles per second

How many light years does it take for light to cross the galaxy?
100 years

What are the Nazca lines?
Ancient drawings on the surface of the earth in Peru that can only be seen in their entirety from 1000 feet in the air

When did the Sumerians live?
4000 to 2000 BC

What are the gods called in the Sumerian tablets?
The Anunnaki

Where did the Anunnaki come from?
A planet called Nibiru, known as Tiamat to the Sumerians

According to Zecharia Sitchin, what created the asteroid belt between mars and Jupiter?
Nibiru’s collision with its moon

According to Zecharia Sitchin, what happened to the remains of Nibiru/Tiamat?
It was thrown into another orbit and eventually became the Earth

How did the Anunnaki create a slave race to do their bidding?
By combining their genes with native human genes in a test tube

What happened to human kind 200,000 years ago?
There was an unexplained upgrade of their physical form

The Sumerian tablets name two people involved in the creation of the slave race. Who were they?
Enki (lord of the earth) and Ninkharsag aka Ninti (lady life)

What does the caduceus, the symbol of the medical profession, originate from?
The two entwined serpents of Enki’s emblem

Who was the original “mother goddess” after whom a slew of deities including Queen Semiramis, Isis, Diana and others were fashioned?

Who was commander of the Anunnaki?
Enlil, half-brother of Enki

Who wrote genesis and exodus and what are they based on?
The Levites (initiates of the Egyptian mysteries); based on Sumerian stories and accounts

What happened on earth between 11,000 and 4000 BC?
Catastrophes were visited upon the earth, destroying the advanced civilizations of the Golden Age

When were the Anunnaki said to have arrived and who was their leader?
450,000 years ago; the winged albino-white Draco

According to Brian Desborough, what did the wars of the ’gods’ in ancient texts refer to?
A war between the white Martians and an advanced black earth race

Around 3000 BC, when the great pyramids were built, who were the brains behind Egyptian civilization?
A white Martian race known as the Phoenicians

What made the saurornithoides different from other dinosaurs?
High intelligence, separated from other dinosaurs “by a gulf comparable to that dividing men from cows”

From what star constellation are the reptilians said to originate?

What star are the Egyptian pyramids oriented to?
Thurban, once the north star, part of the constellation Draco

What is at the core centre of today’s global secret society network?
The Brotherhood of the Snake

The R-complex plays an important role in what kinds of behavior?
Aggression, territoriality, ritualism and establishment of social hierarchies

What are pheromones?
Substances secreted and released by animals so they can be detected by members of the same species

What animal’s pheromones are a chemical match to those of human women?

George Lucas is an operative for what two government agencies?
Nasa and the NSA

When mono-atomic gold is consumed, what happens to the nervous system?
It increases the carrying capacity by 10,000 times, allowing a person to process information like a super computer; also allows them to consciously move through other dimensions and shapeshift

What is the difference between reptilian full-bloods and reptilian hybrids?
Full-bloods are reptilians using a human form to hide their true nature; hybrids are reptile-human crossbreed bloodlines who are possessed by the reptilians from the forth dimension

How does emotional stress lead to disease?
Our imbalanced thoughts and emotions disrupt the vibrational harmony of the body

What are gargoyles symbols of?
The reptilians

What does the term “giving someone the evil eye” originate from?
The reptilian bloodline’s ability to produce an extremely powerful hypnotic stare

According to ancient texts, who was the founder of Babylon?
Nimrod, who reigned with his wife Queen Semiramis

How were Nimrod and Semiramis symbolized and what titles were they given?
Nimrod as a fish, title Baal and Semiramis as a fish or dove, title Baalti

What does the shape of the Pope’s hat symbolize?
Nimrod; it is a fish head

What is the long-term world takeover plan known as to the freemasons?
The great work of ages

Where did the white race and the reptile-Aryan crossbreeds emerge from after the flood?
The Caucasus mountains

What was the original text of the book of Enoch?
The book of Noah

Who created the Hindu religion and introduced Sanskrit to India?
A white Aryan race from the Caucasus mountains who moved to India around 1550 BC

What were the Aryans who left the Caucasus to rule India called?
The Khattiyo

Who is Prince Madoc?
A Welshman who went ashore in America 300 years before Columbus

Where did the Jewish race originate from?
The Caucasus mountains

Where is the centre of the earth’s energy grid?
The British Isles

What was the swastika symbol originally before the Nazis reversed it?
The Phoenician/Aryan symbol of the sun meaning light and creation

Who is the hero of the freemason secret society?
Hiram Abif, the so-called builder of King Solomon’s temple

What is Silbury Hill?
The biggest human-made mound in Europe (below image)

On what latitude were the pyramids built and why is it significant?
19.5 degrees; this is the point of energy exchanged between rotating spheres

How many years does it take for the earth to move through each house and how many to complete the whole cycle?
2,160; 25,920

What does a white horse symbolize?
It is the Phoenician symbol for the sun

How were massive stones moved in ancient times?
Sound and other techniques were used to throw an electromagnetic field around the stones and delink them from the laws of gravity

What do lions symbolize to the Aryans?
The sun

Where does the name Hollywood come from?
The holly bush, a sacred symbol of the Druids

According to Icke, what are religions designed to do?
Imprison the mind and engulf the emotions with fear and guilt

What was the basis of all ancient religions?
The sun

The sun contains what percentage of the mass in this solar system?

Texts like the bible act as a means of passing on esoteric knowledge to the initiated while doing what at the same time?
Creating a prison-religion for the masses who are not initiated

Why is December 25th a significant date for sun-worshippers?
This is when the sun begins its symbolic journey back to the summer and the peak of its power; it was ’born’ on that day

Why is Easter on march 25th?
It is the spring equinox, when the sun enters the sign of Aries the Ram or lamb

Who was queen Semiramis’ son and what happened to him?
Ninus/Tammuz – he was crucified with a lamb at his feet and placed in a cave

What is Samson’s story symbolic of?
The sun’s annual cycle

Hitler was largely funded by which famous ’Jewish’ family?
The Rothschilds

What is the origin of the cabala?
The Levites stole knowledge from Egypt and expanded it as a result of their stay in Babylon

Why are the numbers 12 and 13 so important in religion?
12 is the number of months in the year and houses of the zodiac through which the sun travels. 13 symbolizes god

What was the sacred language of the Egyptian mystery schools?

Where is it stated that “the non-Jews have been created to serve the Jews as slaves”?
The Talmud

According to Benjamin Freedman, a Jew who knew the top Zionists in the 30s and 40s, what purpose does anti-Semitism serve?
It is used as a smear word to discredit anyone who opposes the objectives of so-called Jews

What do Krishna of Hindustan, Buddha Sakia of India, Osiris and Horus of Egypt, Mohammed of Arabia and a slew of others all have in common?
They were sons of god who died so our sins could be forgiven, born of a virgin mother and had birthdays on December 25th

Did Jesus actually exist?

What does a halo represent?
The rays of the sun

What are all the virgin mothers in the various religions different names for?
Queen Semiramis and Ninkharsag

Leonardo da Vinci was a Grand Master of what secret society?
The Priory of Sion

How does da Vinci’s last supper (image below) depict the signs of the zodiac?
The 12 disciples are divided into four groups of three with Jesus – the ’sun’, in the middle of them

When is the Christian religious day?

In mystery school symbolism, a cross of gold=__________; a cross of silver=__________; a cross of base metals=___________; and a cross of wood=___________.
Illumination; purification; humiliation; aspiration

What astrological house was the earth entering around the time Jesus was supposed to have been born? What house are we entering now?
Pisces; Aquarius

Who were the Essenes?
Egyptian fanatics who followed to the letter the Levite inventions in the old testament and who produced the dead sea scrolls

Why do we wear those funny graduation caps?
They are called mortar boards and use the circle and square symbol of freemasonry

What do vines and vineyards symbolized in the bible and other texts?
The bloodlines, the ’chosen people’ of the gods and the secret knowledge

The savior-god myths all rest on the same three assumptions, what are they?
you are born with original sin and are unworthy from the day you arrive on the planet
you can only be saved by believing in the savior and doing what the priesthood tells you
if you don’t, you will be condemned to the bowels of hell for eternity

Why is the letter M so important to the Brotherhood?
It means Mary or Madonna, who means Semiramis

What family created the new testament?
The Calpurnius Piso family, who were Roman aristocrats

Who created the first churches and where were they?
Pliny; in Bithynia and Pontus

Who was the Roman version of Jesus?

Christianity, like Judaism and Islam were designed to suppress what kind of energy?
Female energy, the intuitive connection to higher levels of our multidimensional consciousness

What is Zoroastrism?
The sect of the prophet/mythical sun god, Zoroaster

What was agreed on in 1545 by the Roman church at the Council of Trent?
That women had souls, and only by a majority of 3 votes

The persecution of witches, channellers, psychics and seers of all kinds resulted from what?
The Christian assault on the balancing female energy and the hoarding of knowledge

What are chakras?
Vortices of energy connecting our spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical levels

What is the idea behind tantric sex?
To stimulate the sexual or kundalini energy held in the base of the spine

What does the term jihad refer to?
The ’holy war’ that Muslims are urged to wage against all who do not accept the creed of Mohammed

Who founded the Mormon church?
Joseph Smith in the 19th century

Who sponsored Christopher Columbus’ journey to the Americas?
A powerful black nobility family called the de Medicis

What is da Vinci’s famous depiction of the man within the circle symbolic of?
The golden mean geometry

Are the Windsor’s reptilian full-bloods or hybrids?
Full-bloods and they know it

What were the Rothschilds formerly known as?
The Bauers, one of the most famous occult families of middle ages Germany

What was Karl Marx’s role in the brotherhood agenda?
He was used to create communism, one of the great vehicles used to divide and rule the global population through fear

What is Capitol Hill named after?
Capitoline hill, a sacred hill of the Babylonian brotherhood in ancient Rome

Cecil Rhodes was a brotherhood front-man through a secret society known as what?
The Round Table

What did Rhodes and his South Africa company start?
The diamond and gold mining empires called de beers and consolidated goldfields

Which 3 significant secret societies emerged in the 12th century?
The Knights Templar, the Knights Hospitaller of St John of Jerusalem and the Teutonic Knights

Which secret society based in Rome is headed by the pope?
The knights of Malta, formerly the Knights Hospitaller

Who is the Anunnaki mother goddess of the reptilian-human crossbreeds?

Which stars do Osiris and Isis represent?
Osiris=Orion, Isis=Sirius

According to Icke, which group did the Templars form in order to protect?
A secret society called the Order of Sion, later the Priory of Sion

What blow was struck for the Christians in 1099?
Christian crusaders invaded Jerusalem and slaughtered the Saracen Muslim Turks and the Judeans living there

Black and white flags made up of two squares, the skull and crossbones and the watchtower were symbols of what secret society?
The Templars

What kind of floor will you find on any freemason temple?
Black and white squares

What are the skull and bones a symbol for?
The black magick rituals of the Brotherhood

What blood-drinking, satanic secret society based at Yale and established in 1832-3 have the Bushes belonged to?
Skull and Bones society

What does an obelisk symbolize?
It is an ancient Egyptian-Aryan symbol of the sun, the male energy and the phallus; the penis of Osiris

What is the Earth’s energy grid?
The network of magnetic force lines known as ley lines, dragon lines or meridians

Both Chartres and Notre Dame were centers for the worship of who?
Black Madonna (image right)

What is the main characteristic of female energy?
It is the creative force

What direction is sacred to female deities?
The west

The Templars and the Order of Sion were two branches of the same organization which functioned to protect which royal bloodline?
The Merovingians

The location of the ancient underground chamber in Paris where the Merovingians worshipped and sacrificed to the goddess Diana is located at what famous car crash site?
The Place de L’Alma, site of Princess Diana’s death

What does the iris, or fleur-de-lis represent?
The reptilian bloodline of Nimrod

What are bees an ancient symbol of?
The love goddess Semiramis and a symbol of royalty

Which celebrated European monarch was an early patron of the stone masons who later built the gothic cathedrals of Europe for the Templars and who vastly extended the Frankish empire?

What pillar did Princess Diana’s car strike in the Place de L’Alma in Paris?
The 13th

What is alchemy?
The transformation of base man/woman into pure spirit; also the transformation of base metals into gold

What secret powder is necessary to transform substances alchemically?
The philosopher’s stone

Da Vinci, Botticelli, Isaac Newton, Jean Cocteau, Victor Hugo and Claude Debussy were all members of what secret society?
The Priory of Sion

Which British occult society was Aleister Crowley a prominent member?
The Order of the Golden Dawn

Adolf Hitler once said that to understand the Nazis one had to understand which famous composer?

What secret society is the rose and the cross a symbol of?
The Rosicrucians

In its negative depiction, what is the goat of Capricorn called, and what groups use him as a symbol?
Baphomet or Goat of Mendes; used by Satanists and Templars

Representations of Baphomet depict him doing what with his hands?
One hand pointing up, the other pointing down

Where did superstitions about Friday the 13th originate from?
Philippe the Fair, the Merovingian king of France arranged for all Templars in France to be arrested at dawn on Friday, October 13th, 1307 in an effort to banish them from the country

Which French man was really behind the military campaign against the English that Joan of Arc was said to have led?
Rene D’Anjou, grand master of the Priory of Sion, Duke of Lorraine

How did Rene D’Anjou play a key role in the renaissance?
By helping to orchestrate the translation, publishing and distribution of ancient Greek, Egyptian and Gnostic works including those of Plato and Pythagoras

Which famous Rosicrusian was a major force in the creation of freemasonry, the ’father’ of modern science and overseer of the King James bible translation?
Francis Bacon

During whose presidency was the CIA created?
Harry S. Truman

What about Shakespeare’s life suggests that he did not write all those plays?
The schools in Stratford were not capable of communicating such a high degree of learning; his parents were illiterate; he showed a total disregard for study; his daughter was illiterate and could not even write her name at the age of 27

During what centuries and in what area was freemasonry created?
16th and 17th; Scotland

Under the patronage of James VI of Scotland, the knowledge of what secret sects merged and united under the name freemasonry?
The knights Templar and the Rosicrucians

What is the may pole a symbol of?
It is a phallic symbol dedicated to the goddess of sexuality and fertility

How many levels of initiation are there in the Scottish rite of freemasonry?

What is New York named for?
The York rite of freemasonry

What are the blue levels of freemasonry?
The bottom 3 levels beyond which the vast majority of freemasons never progress

What is usury?
The charging of interest on loans

Who is the ’god’ of the freemasons?
Jahbulon, a name for the leader of the reptilians or Chitauri

What is freemasonry really a front for?
The worship and advancement of reptilian power

What alternative did the brotherhood create for those who reject religion to ensure they would not realize the true nature of their lives?

What was the Royal society? (image below)
A group of scientists created and controlled by the brotherhood to limit the vision and breadth of scientific and spiritual understanding

What did Charles Darwin’s grandfather Erasmus outline in his book Zoonomia?
The theory of natural selection and survival of the fittest

Why did Malthus, an Anglican clergyman, assert that disease and bad living conditions were essential for the masses?
To stop over-population and the dilution of master (white) bloodlines

What doctrine does the humanism movement decry?
That the universe is self existing and not created; modern science offers the only acceptable definition of the universe and human values; and when you die you cease to exist

What do science and religion have in common?
They both deny the true nature of who we are and the power we have within ourselves to control our destiny

Where is the major operational centre of the secret society web based?

What do the Rosslyn Chapel stonework depictions of sweetcorn and cacti from the 1480s in Scotland suggest?
That Columbus did not ’discover’ America

After the Templar purge in France in 1307, where did many Templars head?

Who did the Aztecs believe Hernando Cortes, leader of the Spanish takeover of central America, to be?
The return of their god Quetzalcoatl

How many native south Americans were killed after the Europeans arrived?
At least 12 million

When the great esoteric library at Alexandria in Egypt was destroyed on the orders of the Romans in the 4th century, where were the surviving books hoarded?
The Vatican

What was the first permanent English settlement in North America?
Jamestown, Virginia

What company, set up by King James I in 1606 owns America?
The Virginia company

What did the Virginia company change its name to in 1783?
The United States

Who owns the assets owned by the Virginia company?
The Vatican

What is more important to the Phoenician language – sound or spelling?

What Satanic club was Founding Father of the United States Benjamin Franklin a member of?
The Satanic Hellfire Club

What was found under Benjamin Franklin’s former home at 36 craven St. in London, dating back to the time he lived there?
The remains of ten bodies (six of them children)

Who was Harpocrates?
The Greek god of secrecy and silence (image right)

What officially triggered the American war of independence?
The imposition by the British crown of higher taxation on the colonies to meet the huge costs of the seven years war between Britain and France

What did the tea act allow the British east India company to do?
Unload its surplus tea in the colonies without paying duty, thus destroying the market for everyone else

What group organized the Boston tea party?
The sons of liberty

Who were the ’Mohawk Indians’ of the Boston tea party really?
Members of the St. Andrew’s freemasons lodge in Boston dressed up as Indians

It says in the constitution that if the president vetoes a bill passed by congress, the legislation can be voted through again with at least what fraction of the house of representatives and the senate?
Two thirds

Why is Washington DC immune from many clauses in the constitution which apply to states?
Because it is a district, not a state

What characterized George Washington’s presidential inauguration?
It was a freemasonic ritual

What relation are Bill Clinton and Bob Dole?
Distant cousins

What determines which candidate in a presidential election will win?
Whoever has the greatest number of royal genes

Who decides who is going to be president of the US?
The Rockefellers

Is there a law that says Americans must pay federal income tax?

What does it mean when the flag in a court has a gold fringe around it?
That the court is being run under Admiralty or maritime law

The Bavarian illuminati are an offshoot of what secret society?
The freemasons

Who founded the Bavarian illuminati and when?
Adam Weishaupt on May 1st in 1776 (image right)

Why was Jesse James assigned by Albert Pike to rob banks?
To further fund the civil war

What are greenbacks and which presidents used them to finance the government?
Interest-free money; Lincoln and JFK

What did Albert Pike change the name of the Knights of the Golden Circle to?
The Ku Klux Klan

What is a red cross on a white background a symbol of?
It is a Phoenician sun symbol

The Brotherhood symbol of the flame is used after what has taken place?
An assassination

When was the hexagram first used by the Jews?
With the emergence of the Rothschilds

What does the Jewish star have to do with King David?
Absolutely nothing

Who created and controls Israel?
The Rothschilds

What is the official intelligence agency of Israel?

What did Karl Marx’s teacher Bruno Bauer say about the new testament?
That it was a synthesis of ideas between Seneca and Josephus and that Jesus was the creation of the writer of Mark’s gospel

When was the federal reserve created?

I’ll give you a topic – the federal reserve, it is neither federal nor has any reserve –

What is the Federal Reserve?
A cartel of private banks owned by the 20 founding families which today decides the interest rates for the US and lends non-existent money

What bank introduced by Alexander Hamilton (secretary of the treasury under Washington) did the federal reserve replace?
The bank of the United States

Who created the IRS?
American Nazis who were funding Adolph Hitler under the coordination of Prescott Bush

Who organized the Boer war in South Africa in which 10s of 1000s of people were killed and why?
The Round Table; to secure control of the mineral rights in southern Africa

What do Rhodes scholarships serve to do?
Finance a few highly selected overseas students to attend oxford university to be indoctrinated into the ’world government’ agenda

What illuminati bloodline was behind the creation of the watchtower society and the Mormons and controls the illuminati private security company Wachenhut?

What did Prescott Bush do as a member of the skull and bones society?
He ransacked the grave of the apache chief Geronimo and stole his skull

What was the excuse for the US to enter WWI?
The sinking of the Lusitania

What did the Russia revolution in 1917 lead to?
The formation of the Soviet Union and later to the cold war

Who provided Trotsky with $10,000 when he set off from New York to Russia and the Bolshevik revolution?
The Rockefellers

Who led the Manhattan Project and supplied data about the bomb to the Soviet Union during the cold war?
Robert Oppenheimer

After funding the Nazis during WWII, what did the Rothschilds use post-war sympathy for the Jews to do?
Press through demands for a take-over of Arab Palestine

Why were reparations imposed on the German people in 1919?
To bring about economic disaster in Germany and pave the way for Adolph Hitler’s rise to power

What won Roosevelt the presidency in 1933?
The new deal economic package that ’solved’ the pre-arranged depression problem

Pertaining to the us entry into WWII, who said “we face the delicate question of diplomatic fencing to be done so as to be sure Japan is put into the wrong and makes the first bad overt move”?
Henry Stimson, Roosevelt’s secretary of war

How were the terms under which the Japanese agreed to surrender in WWII different before and after the atomic bombs were dropped?
They were exactly the same

Why were the atom bombs dropped on Japan?
To stimulate the fear necessary for the cold war by showing people how much devastation atom bombs can cause

What was the main reason for WWII?
The formation of the UN

What is the world health organization a subsidiary of?
The Anglo-American-Swiss pharmaceutical cartel

What does the UN environment programme use the environment as an excuse to do?
Create international laws; take control of great swathes of land, and steal land from developing countries under the heading of ’debt for nature’ swaps

Who split the church into Catholics and Protestants?
Martin Luther

What was Wagner’s “the Ring” a musical expression of?
His belief in German ’supermen’ bestriding the world stage like the ancient Pagan gods Wotan and Thor

Who founded the theosophical society?
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

What was Horus the god of and who was his father?
War; Osiris

What 33rd degree Scottish rite freemason, agent of the British intelligence operation M16, and advisor to Winston Churchill was made the world head of the Germany-based Order of the Oriental Templars?
Aleister Crowley

What was the name given by Lord Bulwer-Lytton to the force in the blood which awakens people to their true power and potential to become supermen?

What famous Nazis were members of the Vril society?
Heinrich Himmler and Hermann Goering

What was the inner core of the Nazi secret society network, and also reportedly the innermost circle of the CIA?
The Black Order

According to Icke, who was Hitler a puppet of?
Josef Mengele

What are rune stones?
A system of divination in which stones carrying symbols are thrown or selected and the choice or combination read

What was banned in Germany in 1934?
All forms of fortune telling

What is the connection between Nazi’s and Antarctica?
It is reported that Nazi’s established an underground base there toward the end of WWII which is still in operation today

Where is the centre of the Earth’s gravity and what does this imply for the hollow Earth theory?
400 miles down; it implies that those who live on the inner surface of the earth are pulled to their land by gravity just as we are

Who was Admiral E. Byrd? (image right)
The man who flew into the inner earth at both the north and south poles

Standard oil is in effect the same as what company that operated the concentration camp at Auschwitz?
I.G. Farben

Who was the director and leading light of the United/Union banking corporation?
Prescott Bush

Planned Parenthood is a population control organization that began life under what name?
The British Eugenics Society

What was Thomas Malthus famous for?
His enthusiasm for eugenics

How did Nazi Josef Mengele escape Germany and who was he known as in the United States?
Project Paperclip; Dr. Green or Greenbaum

What was the CIA a creation of?
The British intelligence

What is the inner circle of the CIA known as?
Special Operations Executive (SOE)

Who was the first director of the CIA?
Allen Dulles (a Nazi)

What is the most important hierarchy to which all others are subordinate?
The Satanist hierarchy

According to some researchers, what pharmaceutical company has Pope John Paul II worked for?
I.G. Farben

What was behind the creation of the environmental movement and what is its purpose?
The Club of Rome, set up at the Rockefeller family’s private estate in Italy; to centralize power and confiscate land

Who is the environmental industry a front for?
People who are creating the very environmental problems they say they wish to stop

Who is the head of the Federal Reserve and what do his statements determine?
Alan Greenspan; the stock markets

Bill Clinton was invited by David Rockefeller to what meeting a year before he became president?
The Bilderberg meeting in Baden-Baden Germany

What is the red rose a classic symbol of?
The Brotherhood

What long-time head of the Chase Manhattan bank was secretary of the Council on Foreign Relations study group which created the Marshall plan for the reconstruction of Europe after WWII?
David Rockefeller

Who was appointed to head the Marshall plan in Europe?
Averell Harriman

Who is the only man in history to be both Secretary of State and National Security Advisor at the same time?
Henry Kissinger

Who has been behind every US president since Nixon despite not being officially involved?

Who arranged for the Watergate scandal, removing Nixon and bringing in Ford?

Why was Kissinger given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973?
For stopping the Yom Kippur war which he had actually started?

Who was father Bush’s director of the national security council?
Brent Scowcroft

Who are the tweedle dee and tweedle dum of global manipulation?
Henry Kissinger and Peter Rupert Carrington

How does the hierarchy of media control work?
Bankers provide funds to buy media groups; under them are media ’barons’ or proprietors like the Murdoch’s who toe the line of the funders and advertisers and appoint editors to make sure that the same policy appears in the papers and broadcast media every day; editors appoint journalists who must follow the same line the editor has been told to

Who is the founder of Zionism?
Theodore Herzl

What was the Maastricht treaty?
A treaty signed in 1992 which turned the European community into the European Union

How are the Brotherhood bankers conning people into believing that countries must join a single bank and currency?
By frightening us into believing there will be economic collapse if we don’t

What country that refused to join the European union has prospered economically?

What will NAFTA evolve into?
The American Union

What do we have to look forward to under the New World Order?
Micro-chipping of the global population; complete control of energy supplies; destruction of alternative forms of healing that expose established medicine as a fraud; global marshal law

What is the oldest known narcotic?

What has been used more than anything by the Brotherhood throughout history to destroy societies?

What is significant about the Isle of Wight (image right) besides being a beautiful place to visit?
It is a centre for Satanism

What flags were flown on all Russell Trust Company ships?
Black flags with the white skull and cross bones

The Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank are financial centers for what industry?

How were drugs smuggled into America from Viet Nam by the CIA?
In plastic bags hidden in the body cavities of dead soldiers being returned home for burial; they were then removed and made available to the young people of America

Who is the Greek god of dreams?

When was heroin created?
In 1898 in Germany at the Bayer laboratories by adding ingredients to the morphine molecule

Why is the drug trade important for the Brotherhood Agenda?
It is designed to break down societies and stop young people manifesting their true worth and potential (also to make vast amounts of money)

What is much of the ’anti-drug’ network used as a vehicle for?
Distributing drugs without detection

What is Satanism?
The worship of a highly destructive negative force, given various names over the centuries (Nimrod, Moloch, Lucifer, etc.)

What is the origin of the word whore?
Hierodulai, the Greek word for ’Scarlet Woman’, virgin priestesses who provided menstrual blood for the reptilian Elite to drink, was eventually translated into English as harlot and into German as ’hores’ – hence, whore

The blood of what types of people is particularly important to the reptilians?
Blond-haired, blue-eyed whites

How do Satanic rituals connect with the lower fourth dimension of the reptilians?
By focusing low vibrational emotions like fear, guilt and hate

What are the main functions of Satanism?
to control the Earth’s magnetic field
to worship and connect with their reptile masters
to drink the life-force of their sacrificed victims
to provide energy for the reptilians who appear to feed off human emotion, especially fear

What is the African name for the reptilians?
The Chitauri

Who is the Egyptian version of Satan?

Who are Baal and Moloch and what Roman god did they become identified with?
Baal is the supreme god of the Canaanites (Sun god and god of fire) and Phoenicians, was said to be the giver of life and Moloch, an aspect of Baal, was the destroyer of life – both demanded appeasement by sacrifice; Saturn

What is important about April 19th?
It is a Satanic ritual day relating to fire – the fire god, Baal or Moloch (Waco and the Oklahoma City bombing both took place on this day)

Who is the Greek version of Nimrod?

Where does the Passover story of ’God’ passing over the homes of Israelite children and killing the first born Egyptians come from?
Records from 8th and 7th centuries BC describe Israelites burning their sons on sacrificial fires outside Jerusalem in sacrifice to Moloch-Baal; the infants were said to have been “passed over” to the god

When is meat said to be kosher?
When the animal has its throat cut and dies by being bled dry

Who is Kali?
The wife of Shiva, believed to live off human flesh, depicted as wearing a garland of skulls

Why is sex so common in Satanic ritual?
Because at the moment of orgasm, the body explodes with energy which the Satanists and the reptiles can capture and absorb

When do the following days/ceremonies occur?
Candlemas – February 1/2
Spring Equinox – March 21/22
Walpurgis Night/Beltane – April 30th/May 1st
Summer Solstice – June 21/22
Lammas/Great Sabbat festival – July 31st/August 1st
Autumn Equinox – September 21/22
Samhain – October 31st/November 1st
Winter Solstice/Yule – December 21/22

Why are the above dates significant?
They are times in the annual planetary cycle when powerful energies are manifesting on Earth that can be harnessed for good or bad

What were the inner core of the Knights Templar said to worship?
A demon power called Baphomet, a black magic symbol, also known as the Goat of Mendes (image right)

What is Saturn the planet of in astrology?
Law and authority

What is the secret password of Freemasonry and why?
Tubal Cain, known as the father of witchcraft and sorcery

Who was said to have brought human sacrifice and cannibalism into the world?
Naamah, sister of Tubal Cain, a descendent of the biblical Cain who was an Anunnaki crossbreed

Who was Catherine de Medici’s doctor?

Where are the highest initiates of the Satanic pyramid initiated?
At the Castle of Darkness, or Chateau des Amerois, in Belgium

Mother-of-Darkness castle of Chateau des Arnerois (Castle of Kings) close to the Belgium-French border in Europe and about 20 kilometers as the crow flies west from Luxemburg.
The people in the nearby spooky village of Muno (Belgium), basically belong to the castle.

What was Eannus (Nimrod), the god with two faces later known as to the Romans?

When do victims of satanic ritual abuse tend to start to have flashbacks to their ordeals?
In their 30s and 40s

What is Loch Ness?
A Satanic centre in Scotland, home of the famous reptile monster Loch Ness, according to legend

What is the apartment block Dolphin Square in Pimlico in London notorious for?
Paedophile activities (many members of Parliament reside there)

Who is David Steel?
Scottish former leader of the Liberal Democrats and founding member of the Paedophile Information Exchange

According to Ted Gunderson, former FBI agent, how many practicing Satanists are there in the US?
3.75 million

Who is the highest ranked member of the Illuminati that Mother Goddess Arizona Wilder came across?
Pindar (code-name) from the Alsace-Lorraine region of France, also known as Marquis de Libeaux

Who created the Ku Klux Klan?
Freemason Satanist Albert Pike

What Trinity is worshipped by the Process cult?
Jehovah, Lucifer and Satan

What was discovered 5 months after the files were closed on the McMartin Day Care Centre sexual abuse scandal?
Tunnel complexes connecting to a vaulted room under the centre that the children had claimed to be taken to and ritually abused

The Nazis studied ancient Egyptian texts for what kind of research?
Mind control

What can today’s vast network of mind control centers be traced back to?
The British Army’s Directorate of Psychological Warfare commanded by Brigadier General John Rawlings Rees which interlocked with the Tavistock Clinic, founded in 1920

What did Rawling Rees form in 1947?
The world federation of Mental Health with Montegu Norman (Governor of the Bank of England and funder of Hitler)

Who controlled the drug culture of the 1960s and the hippie movement?

What Tavistock agent wrote in 1961 “There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship without tears so to speak. Producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda, or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods.”?
Aldous Huxley

What is the Tavistock journal called?
Human Relations

After WWII the Brotherhood emphasis changed from control of _______ to control of _______ and ________.
Territory; minds; finances

Where did Josef Mengele conduct mind control experiments on thousands of twins under the supervision of Heinrich Himmler?
The Kaiser Wilhelm Medical Institute in Berlin

Who coordinated Project Paperclip and what were their roles in the US government?
The Dulles brothers; John Foster Dulles became the US Secretary of State and Allen Dulles was the first head of the CIA

Who was the official head of MKUltra?
Ewen Cameron

What did Admiral Stanfield Turner, director of the CIA, admit in 1977?
That millions of dollars had been spent studying voodoo, witchcraft and psychics and that the CIA had been mind controlling countless people without their consent or knowledge

What company headed by Earle H. Harbison Jr, also president of the Mental Health Association and director of Bethesda General Hospital, programming base for Project Monarch, is heavily involved with genetically manipulated food?
Monsanto Chemical Company

What are sleeper agents known as in the trade?
Dead eyes

What kind of laws did Hitler introduce shortly before he began transporting people to concentration camps?
Gun laws

Who launched the Trilateral Commission?
Zbigniew Brezinski and David Rockefeller

Why do heavy exercise and little sleep cause people to robotically react to commands?
Because of the overproduction of endorphins in the brain

What is a double bind?
When you say two opposites in the same sentence to cause confusion

What happens at Disney after the parks close?
Satanic rituals and trauma-based programming that make use of the theme park illusions to confuse the minds of multiples

What story, published in 1900 by Frank Baum, a member of the Theosophical Society, is a mass of mystery school, Satanic, and mind control symbolism?
The Wizard of Oz

What is the largest covert mind control slave camp of which Cathy O’Brien is aware?
The Mount Shasta compound in California

What are owls symbols of?
Moloch or Molech, an aspect of Nimrod/Baal; also the totem of Lilith

Who was the leader of Hitler’s SS?
Heinrich Himmler

What student of Aleister Crowley founded the Church of Satan in 1966?
Anton LaVey

What role did Jayne Mansfield play in the Church of Satan?
High priestess

What element in blood makes it addictive to Satanic initiates?
Adrenalchrome, produced by the pineal gland during periods of terror and released into the blood

What husband and wife team managed the presidential campaigns of both Clinton and Bush in 1992?
James Carville and Mary Matalin

What does ’delta’ programming create?
Killers and assassins

What is the internationally recognized code name for the slave operations of Project Monarch?
Freedom train

Why did Boxcar Willie inspire the moving of the country music capital to Branson Missouri?
To be close to the CIA mind control and drug operations based at Lampe Missouri

What is a common illuminati name for mind controlled children?

What does it really mean when governments use the guise of national security to deny justice and information?
The security of their own criminal behavior

Where was mind controlled slave Charles Manson programmed?
The China Lake Naval Weapons Center

Why was the phenomenon of flashing lights introduced into our culture, i.e. discos?
The flashing creates dissociation

What are mothers who give birth to a ’dark child’ called?
Rosemary – the rose of Mary

When did the False Memory Syndrome Foundation emerge and who fronted it?
1992; Pamela and Peter Freyd who were both accused by their daughter of abuse

What famous mind controllers are on the Advisory Board of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation?
Martin Orne (University of Pennsylvania) and Louis Jolyon west (University of California)

What is the lighted torch a symbol for?
Knowledge and the Sun

What is the solar metal of the gods?

hat is the Statue of Liberty a representation of and where did it come from?
It represents Queen Semiramis/Isis; It was given to New York by French Freemasons

What is the all seeing eye (image right) a symbol of?
The eye of Horus, Lucifer, Satan, etc., also the ’third eye’, the chakra vortex in the centre of the forehead through which we connect with our psychic sight

Where did the symbol of the eagle evolve from?
The phoenix, the sacred Sun bird of the ancient Egyptians and Phoenicians

What is the symbol of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry?
A double eagle with a head looking in both directions – the symbol of Nimrod

How many levels are there on the Great Seal pyramid and why?
13; this reflects the number of Illuminati degrees of initiation

What is the obelisk a symbol of?
Male energy/solar energy

What does the dome represent?
Female or moon energy

Where did the obelisk in Central Park originally stand?
Alexandria in Egypt

Under what laws are the street plans of major cities designed?
The laws of sacred geometry

What was Capitol Hill named after?
Capitoline Hill, the sacred place of the Roman secret societies

What lies underneath Capitol Hill?
A crypt room with a pentagram star and a vacant tomb

The Star of David is the symbol of what famous family?
The Rothschilds

Which constellation was the Pentagon aligned to?

What is the 33rd degree of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry known as?
The revolutionary degree

What is the Satanists’ symbol of the Devil?

What does the ancient symbol of the circle and the cross represent?
The sun’s progress through the 12 months and the 12 signs of the zodiac

What does a Black Sun represent?
The malevolent use of solar energy

What does the fish symbolize?
The sign of Pisces and Nimrod, the King of Babylon

Who was Nimrod’s partner and what was her symbol?
Queen Semiramis; the dove

Why do American presidents put their hand on their breast while listening to the national anthem?
It is part of Freemasonic ritual

What does a double square represent?
Control of all that is right and all that is wrong

What does the Fleur-de-lis symbolize?
The Babylonian god Nimrod, and Lilith; it was used by the Merovingians in France (image right)

What do bells symbolize?
The Aryan Sun god of the ancient world, Bel, Bil or Baal

What is a fasces and what does it represent?
A symbol consisting of rods bound together around an axe; it symbolizes people and countries bound together under a common centralized dictatorship

What does the Tarot consist of?
The Minor Arcana – swords, cups, pentacles and sceptres – and the Major Arcana, known as trumps

How are playing cards like Tarot cards?
Black and red represent summer and winter, the four suits are the seasons, the 13 cards in each suit are the 13 lunar months of the year and the 52 cards in the deck are the 52 weeks of the year. The total of the numbers in a deck including Jack, Queen and King as 11, 12 and 13 and the joker as one, add up to 365, the days in a year

What kind of temple is Westminster Abbey in actuality?

Who was Edward the Confessor?
The King of England who built the original Westminster Abbey in 1065

Who signed the Bank of England into existence?
William III, Prince of Orange

What is the pornography collection in the Library of Congress known as?
The Delta Collection

Who is the biggest owner of slum property in New York City?
The Queen of England

What are the ’Crown Agents’?
An organization formed in 1833 who are involved with organized crime and covert arms shipments into Africa, used to create genocidal wars; they also manages customs services for Mozambique and are in charge of all economic construction procurement for Bosnia

When did Margaret Thatcher become British Prime Minister?

Where is the densest population of Freemasons?
The Square Mile of the City of London financial centre

Who is Brent Snowcroft?
Executive of Kissinger Associates, top advisor to George Bush and Honorary Knight of the British Empire

Who introduced the policy of putting fluoride into drinking water?
Mellon and ALCOA, an aluminum cartel, to make money from a by-product of the aluminum industry that they were struggling to dispose of

In addition to “saving teeth,” what has fluoride been used for?
Rat poison and intellect suppression

Who was the keeper of George Bush’s ’blind trust’?
William Farish III

What was the Rockefeller’s Standard Oil of New Jersey doing during WWII and who was its president at the time?
Supplying oil and technological know-how to the Nazis; William Farish

What was the World Wide Fund for Nature created to do?
Coordinate and fund the systematic slaughter of people and animals, making a fortune from the illegal trade in ivory it was supposed to be trying to stop

Why is the environmentalism movement a sham?
Because the same people who are saying that something must be done about the environmental crisis are the ones dismantling the planet’s ecology and killing the wildlife

What Brotherhood front-man was the first head of the UN Environment Agency and head of the 1992 Earth Summit in Brazil?
Maurice Strong

Who was the founder of the eugenics movement?
Francis Galton

When was the Sierra Club founded, who funded it, and what are its offshoots?
Founded by John Muir in 1892 with funding from the Harrimans; offshoots include Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth

What are the three phases of the destruction of Africa?
invasion and overt control
rule by financial occupation via the installation of corrupt presidents and prime ministers
the destruction of all coherent society through bloodbaths to justify the imposition of rule by NATO and the UN

Who sold weapons to Rwanda shortly before the Rwandan genocide?
Israel under Yitzhak Rabin

The vast majority of members of the ’Rwanda Patriotic Front’ were also soldiers in what army?
The ’National Resistance Army’ (NRA) of Uganda’s President Museveni

Jayne Mansfield was a high priestess of what Church?
The Church of Satan

Who is the head of Time-Life?
Henry Luce

Who is the most powerful newspaper tycoon in the US?
Randolph Hearst

What sonic frequencies can kill you?
3-5 cycles per second

What did the terms and assassinations of Lincoln and Kennedy have in common?
Lincoln elected to Congress in 1846, Kennedy in 1946.
Lincoln elected president in 1860, Kennedy in 1960.
Lincoln’s assassin born in 1839, Kennedy’s born in 1939.
The successors both called Johnson.
Lincoln’s successor born in 1808, Kennedy’s born in 1908.
Lincoln’s secretary called Kennedy, Kennedy’s called Lincoln.
Both shot in the head on a Friday in the presence of their wives.

What did Lyndon Johnson do when he replaced Kennedy in office?
Reversed all the policies on Vietnam, interest-free money and the CIA which Kennedy was implementing

Where did the name Hollywood come from?
The holly bush, the holly (holy) wood of the Druid magicians

What brain chemical produces the feeling of being in love?

Why was security reduced before Princess Diana’s last route and who was responsible for this reduction?
Duh; Mohamed Al Fayed, via his son

What did a video taken of Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination reveal?
His security team stepped back in unison to expose the assassin’s target

What significance does the Pont de L’Alma have for the Brotherhood?
It is a sacred site for the goddess Diana

Where was Henri Paul, Diana’s driver, before the fatal crash?
Missing for 3 hours

What does Icke suggest about Henri Paul, Diana’s driver?
That he was a mind-controlled multiple, programmed to crash the car into the 13th pillar in the Pont de L’Alma

What explanation for the sudden malfunctioning of the cameras along Diana’s last route did the police give?

What happened at the same time the cameras malfunctioned?
The police communication frequencies in central Paris also went off

How much time elapsed between Diana’s crash and her arrival at the hospital?
More than an hour and a half

What is Le Cercle an offshoot of?
The Safari Club

Who is the world’s biggest manufacturer of landmines?
The computer giant Honeywell

What did the Safari Club begin as?
A consortium of the secret police of the Shah of Iran called SAVAK, Saddam Hussein in Iraq, Anwar Sadat of Egypt and Saudi Arabian Intelligence

How did landmine manufacturers benefit from Diana’s campaign against landmines?
Because they made more money from clearing mines than they do making them

What did the Goddess Diana represent?
The female energy also known as Barati, Britannia, Isis, Artemis, and Aphrodite

What is significant about the place where Notre Dame Cathedral was built?
It was the site of former Diana worship

Hecate is another name for what Goddess?

In ritual magick, what are bisexual acts and the wearing of clothes of the opposite sex called?
Crossroad Rites

What symbol was the seal of infamous Satanist Catherine de Medici?
Black swans

What are some mind controlled multiples told to do if they start to remember something?
Cut yourself

Like religion, what does official science deny?
Existence of infinity and the eternal nature of life

What happens when we succumb to domination by the emotions of fear, guilt, resentment , dislike of self, and condemnation of others?
Our psyches become plugged into the lower fourth dimension to such an extent that the reptilian consciousness can connect and infiltrate our thought patterns

How many potential human genetic codes are there to connect us with higher dimensions and how many are activated?
64; 20

What does the Sanskrit word chakras mean?
Wheels of light

The lower three chakras connect us to the ______, the top three connect us to the ______.
Earth; spirit

What kind of time is Nature tuned to?
Moon time, the recurring 13 cycles of the Moon

Who introduced the Gregorian Calendar, the fixed standard time for the planet and what was the idea behind it?
Pope Gregory in 1572, it was implemented in 1582; idea was to disconnect human consciousness from Moon time by removing the 13th Moon

What does the Maya calendar predict to be the critical changeover point in the Earth’s energy fields?
December 12th, 2012

What is the Earth’s resonant frequency called?
The Base Resonant Frequency or Schumann Cavity Resonance

What is happening to the Earth’s geomagnetic field?
It is dropping at an exponential rate and will soon reach zero

What would happen if we allowed ourselves to be infused by high frequency light?
Our bodies would repair themselves and we would not age; our mental and psychic powers would know no bounds and we could live indefinitely in our physical bodies

What is the holographic universe?
Beans of light colliding to create the appearance of 3-dimensional form

Who covertly launched the New Age movement and why?
Henry Kissinger; to hijack the awakening consciousness and lead it into another cul-de-sac, another rules-and-regulations-religion, where it would be no threat to the brotherhood Agenda

What is Mario Brothers based on?
The idea that the dinosaurs were not wiped out by the meteorite and in fact the impact created a parallel dimension where the dinosaurs continued to live and thrive and evolved into intelligent humanoids

What is the main reason for the campaign for a micro-chipped population?
To suppress the awakening and disconnect us from the pulses that are setting us free

What can happen when a person’s bed is pushed against a wall which carries internal wiring?
They can develop back ailments

Does the educational system support right or left brain thinking?
Left – that’s why art programs are cut back

What electromagnetic frequencies can be induced to produce hallucinations?
500 Megahertz

What is EDOM?
Electronic Dissolution of Memory, used on former intelligence operatives to extinguish knowledge the authorities do not want revealed

What kind of invasion will be staged via high technology equipment as an excuse to call a global state emergency and implement a one world government?

How will the one-world electronic currency be introduced?
Via a global financial collapse

What happens when we are born?
We absorb the energy pattern in the Earth’s field at the time and place where we enter the world

What does fear attract to us?
The things we are afraid of

What must we clear our mind of in order to tap into infinity?
Rigid beliefs

How might we see the Reptilians as a gift to the human race?
They have given us the opportunity to experience the consequences of fear and of conceding our infinite power to another force

Who created and bankrolled the Anti-Defamation League and B’nai B’rith?
The Rothschilds

What is the purpose of B’nai B’rith?
To defame and destroy legitimate researchers with the label “anti-semitic”

Who created and funded the Nazi’s?
The Rothschilds

Who funded the Rockefeller empire into existence?
The Rothschilds

What happened to the I.G. Farben and Ford factories during the mass Nazi bombings?
Nothing, they were not hit

How was Hitler connected to the Rothschilds?
His father was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber who was employed as a servant in the home of Baron Rothschild

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