Friday, July 22, 2011

Duped? Useful? Aye!

Okay, okay. I am partially to blame for the next sequence of events. I repeat often in my work that "all disinformation needs to have a solid foundation of truth in order to be successful." Being banned from LRF cut off my subscriptions and made it very tedious to check up on any solid foundation of truth within the gatekeeping at their forum.

At the conclusion of my first banishment and in a fit of annoyance, I wrote in an email to Mr. Jayhan:
Have no fears that I will sockpuppet back into existence on LRF under a new alias. Our exchanges here are rapidly diminishing whatever value I once attributed to LRF as well as any perceived gained from registering just so I could subscribe to threads as a lurker reader.
I was wrong. Registering just so I could subscribe to threads as a lurker reader does make it easier to monitor its ongoing foundation of truth. I apologize to Mr. Jayhan for going back on my word. I came back as DupedUsefulI to be assured I wasn't discounting any truths that might be seeping out. [These seemingly unworthy actions would not have been needed had Mr. Jayhan not exhibited equally unworthy actions of going back on his word by banishing Herr der Elf without any subsequent infringements against said warnings or decrees.]

Over time I managed to get subscribed to 60 threads on a weekly basis, so that items wouldn't pass me by, nor would updates overwhelm and distract me. A couple of images were posted that merited another look from the perspective of DEW.

But then Mr. Jayhan re-posted a chat with Simon Shack of September Clues (that really was unflattering to Mr. Jayhan, but he couldn't see it from his ad hominem.) In addition, Dr. FUBAR provided a link to a Jayhan debate with a principle from CIT in 2008, where Mr. Jayhan deliberately recycled an insult from half a year earlier that had been smoothed over and resolved in order to take fresh offense therein. Two data points that combine with Mr. Jayhan's public childish flame wars with William Rodriquez and then my banishment. The trend line tracks a gatekeeping agenda.

Simon Shack said it best:
You are losing ground, mate - and you know it. Too many good guys have joined your forum - and you don't know how to get rid of them. ... You are all-too-transparently linked to the Great 9/11 Gatekeeping Community. Your childish attitude is a clear give-away of this fact. ... Why don't you just get another job?
And this is why DupedUsefulI could not be permitted however infrequently to keep poking away at directed energy weapons (DEW). I couldn't be lured by:
If you feel like making a smart ass comment and getting the last word in on this, your membership here will be terminated.
Too bad Mr. Jayhan could not see fit to keep the management of subscriptions alive while banning future posts from me. So little does he value the truth contained within the webside he administers.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Non-Sequitor

Bruecke Note: Yes, this is a humorous newspaper comic. What sort of predictive elements, however, are buried within for ridicule? It starts around July 4, 2011. It is worth reading to the end.

http://www.gocomics.com/nonsequitur/2011/07/04

By: Wiley Miller
Date: 2011-07-04



Monday, July 11, 2011

Swiss Bank Note Shows Elenin/Nibiru?

On purpose, speculation on Elenin/Nibiru runs from one extreme to another. Because Earth will pass through the tail of Elenin that is composed of matter, some venture that the "ELE" in "Elenin" stands for "Extinction Level Event" like what took out the dinosaurs. Earth could face massive meteor showers.

On a more benign level, most spokespeople for the govt downplay this celestial event as a non-event. What is kind of unbelievable in a competence sort of a way is the story that NASA and other govt agencies were surprised by the discovery of this comet [by a Russian (?) amateur astronomer supposedly named "Elenin" to diffuse "nine-eleven backwards" comparisons and ELE]. What? They didn't know? They weren't monitoring it?

An internet friend of mine is writing a book about "predictive programming" and how much of modern events, such as the destruction of the WTC towers on 9/11, was foreshadowed, predicted, and even to a degree planned by Hollywood (and entertainment) productions, possibly as a way to seed our beliefs and our reactions.

With this in mind, take a look at these predictions printed on the face of Swiss bank notes. Has our solar system mapped out as well as the path of another element.




From an internet posting on this subject: The symbols are fairly common in astrology, with the exception of the Earth symbol, although I've been told that this symbol is used for Earth in Switzerland, which is fair enough I guess.


Yep, count the rings of our solar system. Note the orange elliptical orbit and what is almost a fat exclamation point (!), which is really a depiction of the comets tail.


It isn't for me to predict what that event will be. I've read where it will not be ELE, but it could certainly be life-changing and revealing, the true nature of humans on this planet and in the universe, both physical and spiritual. And if bad things come, it'll be of the Karl Rove/Rahm Emanuel nature taking advantage of the opportunity of a good crisis, which we need to be wary of being a false flag.

Predictive Programming: Children's Program and the Alien Agenda

I know of people who are researching predictive programming. Basically, many real-world events were foreshadowed by Hollywood. In particular, many aspects of 9/11. And if the events themselves weren't scripted first in Hollywood, then publishing and repetition in advance had the effect of conditioning us.

A great example is that overboard patriotic action adventure yarn, Pearl Harbor. It came out in May 2001, with ample time for us to get all our patriotic priorities in order, and what we (or young people) should do when we are told that we are attacked by external enemies.

Be that as it may, I've noticed a trend in children's programming to help young kids get over their fear of dragons and dinosaurs, who in many ways have characteristics of the reputed "reptile aliens" supposedly living in deep underground bases/cities on our planet.

Dragon Tales (PBS)
Dinosaur Train (PBS)
Barney (PBS)
How to train your dragon (Pixar Disney?)
Land Before Time (not sure who put this up originally, but whole seasons can be purchased on DVD)
Monsters versus Aliens (Pixar Disney?)
Monster, Inc. (Pixar Disney?)

Scooby-Doo And The Alien Invaders is a good case study. The Wikipedia link explains the plot well, like at the end: "At the end of the film, Crystal and Amber prove to be aliens from 20 light years away, and are dressed like they are because their interpretations of the way humans are dressed were derived from 1960s television broadcasts, to which Shaggy says, "Hey, why mess with a classic look." The UFO that ran Shaggy off the road was actually Crystal's."

Crystal and Amber were shape-shifting aliens, almost dragon or sphinx-like who break Shaggy's and Scooby's hearts.

There's more, but the point is that children's programming has ample fodder for consideration, and an agenda to get children (who grow into adults) to be not scared of intelligent and speaking reptiles, some of whom can fly.