The Great Accomplishments of Hired Skeptics

Neil de Grasse Tyson’s Monsanto-Loving, Genetically Modified Big Fucking Head Compared to Other Stars. Amazing how he will defend science to his last breath unless it involves the massive scientific consensus on the dangers of GMOs. Bought much?

“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as a fraud. ” – Dr. Carl Jung


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It should go without saying that CSICOP (the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal) has saved science. Their clarion, The Skeptical Inquirer, or Skeptic, also did its share and we owe a massive debt of gratitude to these intrepid sleuths. It should go without saying that they have protected science from charlatans and preserved its purity and inviolability.

It should go without saying because it isn’t true.

Honestly, they have never accomplished anything but censorship and stagnation.  As for these two cases of “science crusaders,” we will see how they have become exactly what they set out to fight.

People who exhaust their energies attacking new scientific ideas and paradigms have little time to create anything since they spend all day and night trying to pick holes into what may be a breakthrough or fraud. Since they will often be wrong, and the breakthrough will be genuine, they will have spent all that effort on nothing. So that means weeks, months, or years of time better spent elsewhere, like creating something or educating themselves, or with family, or actually doing something positive was lost on something as petty as trying to boost your image by tearing someone else’s down. When a skeptic realizes he has spent all that time in vain, he tends to become defensive and rationalizes his findings or theories rather than admit he was, frankly, a fool. It is during these moments of critical introspection that they most often appeal to ad hominem attacks, slander, libel, straw men or any such nonsense to draw attention away from their folly.

[pullquote]The common denominator between professional skeptics is that they have never done anything with their lives but inflate their fragile egos at the expense of science. History forgets them, but the damage is done.[/pullquote]The problem is they lack imagination. Imaginative minds create, and professional skeptics don’t because it is not what they are hired to do. The pathological skeptic, as defined herein, is the scientifically unaccomplished professional skeptic that has never submitted anything for peer review. The reason they are featured here is because the true threat to science is and always has been a psychological phenomenon called group conformity, which creates dogma which in and of itself is fatal to science; just as it is to any belief system that requires growth and reform as new and better information comes along.

Dogma is a principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true. It serves as part of the primary basis of an ideology or belief system, and it cannot be changed or discarded without affecting the very system’s paradigm, or the ideology itself.

At its heart is one of the worst logical fallacies man can fall prey to wherein, paraphrasing Hitler, if a great lie is repeated long enough it becomes easier to swallow. (His name is not being thrown in casually, because we’ll be talking about eugenics, or “racial purity.”)

We shall cover a few of those lies and four major instances of CSICOP and the Skeptical Inquirer’s key blunders and dogma, which resulted in the hobbling of scientific inquiry for decades in several non-paranormal fields: in alternative energy research, genetics, consciousness research, and even physics.

The Tacit Embrace of Eugenics, A Pseudoscience

The root of the present paradigm insists that genes determine the worth of a man. Epigenetics proves conclusively that this is not true.  War and dehumanization, and all manner of evil, comes from believing your genes make you superior. When you truly come to believe you are superior to others by virtue of your genes alone, funny things happen. People that would never harm a fly now wouldn’t bat an eye if they saw a black person, or Arab, or Jew, beheaded or set on fire, even if a child. They would not think twice about genocide. They happily sterilize people. They poison their food. They shut down their water supply. They rationalize murder because unlike the case with people, we are not taught to hate defenseless animals. Defenseless humans, that is another story.

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Non-scientist science police. Slideshow excerpt from Pathological Disbelief, Brian D. Josephson, Department of Physics, University of Cambridge Lecture given at the Nobel Laureates’ meeting Lindau, June 30th, 2004.

Dr. Bruce Lipton, a pioneer in epigenetics and the leading expert on environment’s effect on gene expression, often points out that when an organism like a cell reaches its maximum state of evolvement it connects to surrounding cells to create a larger life form. Because the need for instant, real time global awareness became paramount, humans created the internet, and created a nervous system.

“As above, so below; as below, so above.”–The Kybalion

Whether we accept it or not, we are all cells in the super organism we call humanity. As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. often said, and in a quote now more appropriate than ever before, “We can live together as brothers, or die together as fools.” We are an electronically connected global consciousness for the first time in history. Unfortunately, there are eugenicist oligarchs out there that are like fat cells that believe they are innately superior to all cells, and the body is attacking itself.


Stem cells are created equal but their surrounding determines their role in the body, just like environment largely determines the fate of an infant’s role in the world. The hijacking cells believe the body of humanity can exist without worker cells like muscle, for example, even though the heart is actually made of muscle cells, just as in the microcosm on an individual human level. That is the way cancer cells act: they completely separate from the rest of the body, hoarding its most critical resources, and are content to kill the host along with itself for a period of wild but unsustainable, meaningless growth. In the body it is called a cancer, a tumor. In the body of humanity it is called wealth inequality.

The oligarchy that is pushing a Bush-Clinton dynasty is not lost on mainstream news assets as well. Even Time Magazine covered it on May, 2014: “A 2016 Bush-Clinton Match-Up? Gag Me.”

In most organisms, the body isolates the cells responsible for attacking it, and addresses the threat with healing or neutralization. It either deals with the cancerous cells or dies. We are at that point in the body of humanity where resources have to be reallocated to a natural balance because just as in the microcosmic level for humans to live, on the macro-cosmic level for humanity to exist each human being needs to be healthy and nourished to perform his or her role. All of us represent a form of unlimited potential. We are all cells in the same body, and we truly need to accept the fact to survive as a species.

Tesla_circa_1890“When wireless is perfectly applied the whole earth will be converted into a huge brain, which in fact it is, all things being particles of a real and rhythmic whole. We shall be able to communicate with one another instantly, irrespective of xdistance. Not only this, but through television and telephony we shall see and hear one another as perfectly as though we were face to face, despite intervening distances of thousands of miles; and the instruments through which we shall be able to do his will be amazingly simple compared with our present telephone. A man will be able to carry one in his vest pocket.”

Nikola Tesla, “When woman is boss”, Colliers, January 30, 1926

Pay close attention to the video below. It is the global response to the killing of a lion by an American poacher. This is what it looks like to see humanity behave as a single, sentient organism, because that is exactly what it is.

Once again, Tesla was proven right almost 100 years later. The Internet is acting like a “huge brain” with both left and right hemispheres on fire. Left is the linear processor and analytical brain, e.g. “how do we find this moron dentist” and right is imaginative, feeling, and abstract, e.g. “because humans are animals too what are the wider implications and what can we do to change?” Look at the spread of the words “Cecil,” “lion” and “dentist” within just a few hours. Here was mankind”s collective brain processing a single problem, in real time.

Cells Have All the Functions of a Human

Not everyone is asleep.
Not everyone is asleep.

A curious thing about cells that they have every function a human has. Cells have a reproductive system, they have an immune system, they have a respiratory system, a digestive system, etc. When the poacher, dentist Walter Palmer was targeted, individuals around the world acted like T-cells to locate and isolate the antagonist. If an alien were to see earth from afar, they could see humanity as a super organism living and glowing around a planet, they would see it emits lights and acts as one, it is now consolidated.

This is just one gauge of humanity’s new brain and nervous system, it’s like a functional MRI, and for reasons too numerous to list herein it is a very good thing. A cynic might say you see that kind of activity every time Kim Kardashsian farts, but realistically, the human mind is easily distracted, and we shouldn’t be surprised we act like that collectively as well. The part of the brain that is keeping us alive won’t bother with that nonsense, and if you are the type of mind that’s into making this a kinder world, attuned to the brotherhood of man, you’re simply too busy doing something important. You are in the autonomic system of the brain, you keep the heart beating. Distracted cells will change the world in their own way in due time, because we are all literally interconnected now in real time.

And so we come into the subject of environment…

The present paradigm critically downplays the role of environment in gene expression, and the reason it does so is because of a tacit and lingering embrace of the pseudoscience of eugenics. We  now know the mind is responsible for gene expression as much as mutations or heredity. Real world examples of this is mind over matter phenomenon is the placebo effect. Prozac test results revealed that their efficacy was no more effective than a sugar pill unless you add side effects, which makes the patient feel it is working, so in essence it works by enhancing or triggering the placebo effect.


This doesn’t mean if you are born with blue eyes you can just create a belief system to turn them brown, but what it does mean is that perception can change your biology by adversely affecting a cell’s immune system. Cell membranes have protein antennae that can be activated by both chemical signals and wave forms such as consciousness, and switch on or off as protein atoms are exposed to proton or electron charges. The brain, according to Lipton, is like the newscaster and the cells are like people listening to the broadcast. Negative broadcasts create fear.

CaFear makes your cells go into a protective and weakened state. The chemical signal is cortisol (fight or flight hormone responsible for stress and PTSD), for example, and the belief system that generates the cortisol is generated by thought patterns, or perception. Sustained levels of cortisol shut down the immune system, reduces conscious intelligence and eventually comes to damage brain cells in the the amygdala and hippocampus marking the direct and predictable connection between perception, thought patterns, and actual physical changes in the cells, even to the point of affecting DNA replication. A cell can’t grow and remain in a protective mode at the same time. Every day we lose billions of cells, cells that can’t be replaced by cells that are in a protective mode and not growing.

This is how stress shuts off the immune system, and why people get sick when they are stressed. Stress hormones are so effective in shutting down the immune system that doctors give organ transplant recipients stress hormones to curtail the patient’s ability to destroy the new transplant.

In fact, not only is commercial science convinced mind over matter exists, as in this example they rely on it as a given while knee-jerk skeptics are still saying belief  systems can have no influence in biology.

Speaking of knee-jerk skeptics, here’s a textbook pathological case: “Guerrilla Skeptic” and Wikipedia troll Susan Gerbic.


“My bloody hat doesn’t even fit so she has to glue it on sideways. Not cool.”

“Gerbic’s about to get a spoonful of my foot in her ass…”

Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins wants her hat back, and Susan Gerbic, a clinical study in projection with a startling lack of critical thinking…. has issues. She is actually giving a class on how to game Wikipedia to discredit those who practice what she, a self-styled “authority,” perceives as pseudoscience. Clearly she believes that this is how real scientists act: rather than conduct experiments and write up objective studies for peer review in academic venues, they troll Wikipedia pages of scientists they don’t like and slam them anonymously as “guerrilla skeptics.” Magician James Randi’s “activist skeptic” is, sadly, in the delusional end-stage of Pathological Disbelief, and ironically is oblivious to the fact that Randi actually does believe in the paranormal but is just protecting a trade secret (the International Brotherhood of Magicians is an occult fraternity, as discussed later). 

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Pathological Disbelief

Characteristics of scientific skeptics, according to Beaudette:

1. They do not express their criticisms in those venues where it will be subject to peer review.

2. They do not go into the laboratory and practice the experiment along with the practitioner.

3. Assertions are offered as though they were scientifically based when in fact they are mere guesses.

4. Satire, dismissal and slander are freely employed.

5. When explanations are advanced … ad hoc reasons are constantly advanced for their rejection. These reasons often assert offhand that the explanation violates some conservation law.

6. Evidence is rejected outright if it does not answer every possible question at the outset.


Why the Skeptical Inquirer has a Hard-on for Debunking the Paranormal

Milticolored sine waves.

Make no mistake, at the highest level of world government the paranormal isn’t just accepted as fact, it is a binding thread and has been for thousands of years. The most powerful secret societies on earth, those which include in their circles kings and queens, generals and industrialists, politicians and lawmakers, doctors and policemen, they all have this secret in common: they believe in the “paranormal” and know how to work with it. They, high-level masons in particular, call it the “forbidden knowledge” or “secret doctrines” and these are arts and wisdom passed down from ancient Egypt and before.

Newton discovered white light was composed of all colors.

They know a simple law of this universe, and that it is that the paranormal is normal. In the simplest terms, the more esoteric arm of metaphysics is an advanced understanding of the universe as a mathematical construct and a deeper knowledge of the  true nature of wave forms– visible and non-visible light in particular– and how consciousness creates, receives, and transmits at the quantum level. Isaac Newton was obsessed with light, for example, and his studies of the latter involved Hermetic teachings. According to the ancient teachings of  Hermes Trismegistus, which modern physics has borne out thousands of years later:

“The great Third Hermetic Principle — the Principle of Vibration — embodies the truth that Motion is manifest in everything in the Universe — that nothing is at rest — that everything moves, vibrates, and circles.”

It was also said:

“He who understands the Principle of Vibration, has grasped the scepter of Power.”

When that vibration is sound or light you get the beginnings of geometric structures and matter.


 This photo shows sulfur atoms arranged on a layer of copper deposited onto a crystal of ruthenium. By courtesy of US Department of Energy/Brookhaven National Laboratory.
This photo shows sulfur atoms arranged on a layer of copper deposited onto a crystal of ruthenium. By courtesy of US Department of Energy/Brookhaven National Laboratory.

A tone generator creates beautiful geometric patterns when you add salt to the vibrating plate. In the image to right, you can see geometric patterns at the atomic level. Those are sulfur atoms, and their particular vibration comes from light at a unique frequency. Thought itself generates electricity and therefore light via photons. Photons are units of light and carriers of the electromagnetic force. As such, thoughts can create geometric structure and affect atomic structure. 

When the International Monetary Fund’s President, Christine Legarde, gave a cryptic speech in 2014 on numerology and the economy it was not because she is a superstitious idiot. She is, actually, anything but. She spoke to an audience of elites that knew the language of this particular school of mysticism. Members in this audience know what ancient occultists and now physicists know: the universe is a mathematical construct and numbers are, among many things, coordinates and points of resonance in a structured, albeit vastly mysterious universe. They know there is some creator, or architect, but disagree on which one it is.

“As seen in the solar system, Venus orbits the Sun 8 times in the same period that Earth orbits the sun 13 times! Drawing a line between Earth & Venus every week results in a spectacular FIVE side symmetry!! Lets bring up those Fibonacci numbers again: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34.. So if we imagine planets with Fibonacci orbits, do they create Fibonacci symmetries?! You bet!! Depicted here is a: 3 sided symmetry (8 orbits x 5 orbits) ” Source here


World and Science ‏@WorldAndScience May 22 If you track the relative positions of Earth and Venus over an 8 year period, this is the resulting pattern.
World and Science ‏@WorldAndScience May 22

If you track the relative positions of Earth and Venus over an 8 year period, this is the resulting pattern. “As above, so below.” There is a “sacred geometry’ in the world and nothing is random, the universe is a mathematical construct as it is a mental one, so that’s why numbers are important.


In the crystal we see the quantum entanglement also seen in the subatomic world. Tesla certainly wasn’t crazy, as crystals can act like DNA, which is itself a crystal.

In this structure, for example, numbers represent a frequency and we are in a universe where absolutely everything is a vibration, down to each atom. The earth has a set harmonic Schuman resonance of 7.83 Hz. Plants vibrate at 583 Hz. You are likely reading this at between 10-30Hz. Music is tuned at 432 and 440 Hz. Planets emit a steady vibration that NASA recorded recently, and curiously, those frequencies were written about long before satellites were around.

A single crystal of DNA. You may be interested in how waves affect their creation.
A single crystal of DNA. You may be interested in how frequencies affect their creation.

Thousands of years ago the Greeks wrote about the “Music of the Spheres.” That is “the celestial music supposed by Pythagoras to be produced by the regular movements of the stars and planets” and indeed we can actually hear it now in this video …

Quite a few frequencies have an effect on human emotion and consciousness. When people talk about magic numbers, one reason is because they tend to parallel frequencies with interesting effects on the human body. If you know the right numbers, you are like someone who knows where to tune a radio dial and how to amplify a signal, and in some cultures numbers are also letters so spells are cast in that language. Sound, like thought, is a wavelength. What the ancients called spirits and ether our scientists now call energy and quantum entanglement fields, or anomalous non-local consciousness.

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.

And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.

Genesis, Chapter 1:1-4

It’s easy to dismiss an English court magician like John Dee until you realize that he somehow knew what physicists finally confirmed hundreds of years later. From his ill-fated conjuring and occult rituals he discovered, somehow, that light was the key to matter:

John_Dee_Ashmolean_224pxFrom our Theorems XII and XIII it may be inferred that celestial astronomy is the source and guide of the inferior astronomy. Before we raise our eyes to heaven, kabbalistically illuminated by the contemplation of these mysteries, we should perceive very exactly the construction of our Monad as it is shown to us not only in the LIGHT but also in life and nature, for it discloses explicitly, by its inner movement, the most secret mysteries of this physical analysis.

In the The Hieroglyphic Monad he writes of crystals and consciousness, or the soul:

“we cannot perform in the present epoch unless we add to this coraline crystal [see DNA above] work a certain SOUL separated from the body by the pyrognomic [materials made easily incandescent] art. It is very difficult to accomplish this and very perilous because of the fire and the sulphur which the breath contains within it. But certainly this Soul can perform marvellous things.” [see sulfur atoms above.]

He writes of the number 252, the Cross, and light:

“From all these facts we see that we may safely conclude, by the best kabbalistic computation, that our Cross, by a marvellous metamorphosis, may signify for the Initiates two hundred and fifty-two… And I will not hide from you a further memorable mystagogy: consider that our Cross, containing so many ideas, conceals two further letters if we examine carefully their numerical virtues after a certain manner, so that, by a parallel method following their verbal force with this same Cross, we recognise with supreme admiration that it is from here that LIGHT is derived (LUX), the final word of the magistery, by the union and conjunction of the Ternary* within the unity of the Word.”

*consisting of or involving three; threefold; triple

What was magic then is science now. Today, efforts are underway to turn light into matter applying the Breit-Wheeler theory and using a photon-photon collider:

Creating matter from light.
Fibonacci numbers
Fibonacci numbers

Whether a collider is used or not, what we know for certain is that consciousness would have been responsible for creating that matter, and that the scientists’ consciousness started off as light itself, as photons firing off in neurons.

In a parallel to the atomic structures we see where light creates geometric patterns, consciousness is itself considered a sacred geometry and creates geometric patterns of its own, as seen in the video slideshow below, in particular those based on the Fibonacci numbers.


John Dee’s Aztec scrying (divination) mirror.

But as for Dee, things didn’t end well. One thing about the Bible is that God explicitly condemns sorcery and the conjuring of spirits (Dee was a Christian so this has to be mentioned). It didn’t end well for King Solomon, King Saul, or Dee. In Dee’s diary, found after his death, he wrote of the entities he was working with and said they were “becoming more and more evil” and “these things are lying to me. They’re not angels, they’re demons.” He worked with Edward Kelly, a black magician who eventually leapt to his death from a castle window. From the beginning, Dee was officially said to be cataloging the hierarchy of angels.

The ancient Magi knew what we have barely discovered in the 20th century in terms of time and consciousness. They knew about the quantum entanglement properties of crystals and their unique capacities as receivers of electromagnetic signals (although they called  entanglement something else). In fact, the first popular radios were crystal radios.

Your thoughts are electromagnetic signals, or events. Your DNA is made of crystals. Crystals react to electromagnetic waves. Thought forms, or belief systems, as consciousness affects DNA.


Tying in numbers and the elements, magician John Dee: MONAS HIEROGLYPHICA (‘THE HIEROGLYPHIC MONAD’) by Dr. JOHN DEE, Antwerp, 1564. ”I know that many other powerful numbers may be produced out of our Quaternary, by virtue of arithmetic and the power of numbers... How many will find in our numbers the authority which we have promised for the weight of the Elements; for the statements regarding measurements of time; and for the certainty of proportions which may be assigned to the powers and forces of things? All this you should study in the two preceding diagrams.”
Tying in numbers and the elements, magician John Dee: MONAS HIEROGLYPHICA (‘THE HIEROGLYPHIC MONAD’) by Dr. JOHN DEE, Antwerp, 1564. ”I know that many other powerful numbers may be produced out of our Quaternary, by virtue of arithmetic and the power of numbers… How many will find in our numbers the authority which we have promised for the weight of the Elements; for the statements regarding measurements of time; and for the certainty of proportions which may be assigned to the powers and forces of things? All this you should study in the two preceding diagrams.”

Want your mind blown? Have a look at this short video on the numbers 3, 6, and 9; what Tesla called the “key to the universe.”

Tesla 3 6 9It is an inescapable fact, though, that math and therefore numbers are the language of creation. Occultists refer to themselves in terms of degrees or numbers, e.g. Frater 132 or Frater 8=3. Freemasons use geometry and degrees, particularly 33 degrees. What do they know that you don’t? That your gut instinct was right: you have been lied to all your life about science and the soul.

These are extremely powerful secret societies with their seal on your money. They are not stupid, “superstitious” or anything of the sort.

Aside from controlling the money supply, population control, sterilization campaigns, regime changes, and profiting from war wherein they sell arms to both sides; the banking cartels; the ruling sociopaths suffering from “affluenza” are all about mysticism, etymology, numerology, runes, Kabbalism, etc. The following is an example, where Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund notes “the magic seven” and betrays a deep background in metaphysics:

777 is a very special number for occultists, as evident by this book by Luciferian Aleister Crowley. It deals with important numbers in magical arts, among other things. Have a look at the PDF.

Occult Message on the “Magic 7” in Speech by Christine Lagarde, Director of the IMF

From source:

“7” references:
1:22 – “Now I’m going to test your numerology skills by asking you to think about the magic seven”
1:34 – “Most of you will know that seven is quite a number
2:24 – “2014, you drop the zero, fourteen, two times, seven”
4:08 – “It will mark the 70th anniversary, 70th anniversary, drop the zero, seven, of the Bretton Woods Conference that actually gave birth to the IMF” (7 + 0 = 7)
4:22 – “And it will be the 25th anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall, 25th..” (2 + 5 = 7)
4:38 – “It will also mark the 7th anniversary of the financial market jietters”
5:08 – “After those seven miserable years, weak and fragile”
5:14 – “We have seven strong years”
5:43 – “Now I don’t know if the G7 will have anything to do with it” (G is also the 7th letter of the alphabet)

“2014” references:
1:18 – “The global economy and what we should expect for 2014”
2:19 – “So if we think about 2014”
2:24 – “2014, you drop the zero, fourteen, two times, seven”
3:54 – “So 2014 will be a milestone and hopefully a magic year in many respects”
5:05 – “So my hope and my wish for 2014”

As it turned out, 2014 really sucked for the IMF, even though the numbers therein added up to 7. It was a bad year for the Bilderbergers as well, as the oil men in its ranks, such as Royal Dutch Shell, had decided to take action in the Ukraine and Syria. In 2014, we had a false flag downing of a Malaysian Boeing 777 jet in the Ukraine, MH17, which was designed to blame Russia. In that downing, most of the passengers were Dutch, so it was easy for Royal Dutch Shell to influence an investigation involving their countrymen because they already had “men in the field.” Earlier, another Malaysian airliner and Boeing 777, also went down mysteriously. (Malaysia, incidentally, found Bush and company guilty of war crimes.) In Syria, a target of big oil, another false flag had been exposed, and it turned out the gas attacks were the handiwork of ISIS.

cnn fear porn
CNN fear porn giving FOX News a run for their money, because everybody knows ISIS is all about gay pride. That’s not an ISIS flag, by the way. It is a flag with dildos. Yeah, they’re that brilliant. Avert your eyes, gentlemen, it’s blinding.

The problem with a global spiritual awakening, for the elites, is that if everyone knew the paranormal was normal they would lose an incredible amount of power as people became self-aware. For starters, they would understand that genes don’t determine the worth of a person and so maybe those of us that aren’t billionaires aren’t pieces of shit after all. Thoughts are frequencies too, and very real, and operate via quantum entanglement, but simply realizing this would show just how badly the corporate media has manipulated humanity to the point it is ready for suicide. People would understand how deliberately broadcasters keep us awash in base frequencies that prolong stress and fear, both to keep us sick and to push us into oil wars. People would understand that every time a network broadcaster focused on an invisible “Islamic threat” or a “terror alert,” and indulged in more fear porn, they were revealing themselves to be monsters.

To keep people in the dark, however, all you have to do is find an under-educated skeptic that doesn’t believe in entangled quantum energy fields, and put him on a pedestal. He may not even be aware of his role in the scheme. Give the intellectually insecure the means to be the gatekeeper of all “acceptable” scientific knowledge a big enough platform, and even the self-evident will become foolishness to the unwary.

[pullquote]In reality, CSICOP (or CSI)  are little more than corporate shills and pay-to-play bullies that real scientists had to deal with before working with the media.[/pullquote]The price science has had to pay for non-scientific suppression of advanced technologies and concepts: about 100 years of progress in physics, consciousness research, and alternative energy technology. There is one major “think tank” and lobby group dedicated to preserving scientific dogma, Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, or CSICOP, presently headed by James Randi, a magician, and he most assuredly believes in the paranormal, which will be proven to your satisfaction.

In one example cited herein, we’re not even dealing with the paranormal but cold fusion. A magician is a good choice if you want someone good at hoodwinking the public and keeping not-so-secret secrets. Look at STARGATE, what we now know to be were once classified files related to CIA and Pentagon programs involving remote viewing, aka telepathy. The study of consciousness seems to be a favorite target of hired skeptics as the “telepathy” between observed subatomic particles becomes visible in the microscopic and macroscopic level (e.g. buckyball experiments with C60 molecules and KHCO3 crystals).

“They call themselves ‘The Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal’. In fact, they are a group of would-be debunkers who bungled their major investigation, falsified the results, covered up their errors and gave the boot to a colleague who threatened to tell the truth.”

– Fate Magazine, October 1982

This is CSICOP representative (James) Randi in full swing:

“There is no firm evidence for the existence of telepathy, ESP or whatever we wish to call it, and I think it is the refuge of scoundrels in many aspects for them to turn to something like quantum physics, which uses a totally different language from the regular English that we are accustomed to using from day to day, to merely say, oh that’s where the answer lies, because that’s all very fuzzy anyway. No it’s not very fuzzy, and I think that his opinion will be differed with by the scientific body in general …”

One wonders … can Randi seriously be suggesting that explanations based on quantum mechanics are, on that account alone, automatically inadmissible?

Pathological Disbelief, Brian D. Josephson


Why Randi Has Never Been Proven Wrong

In truth, countless studies have demonstrated conclusively that it is statistically impossible for known cases to be random, just as it is statistically impossible for anyone to win Randi’s silly little 1 million dollar prize if he can be proven wrong that there is no such thing as psychic phenomenon. No one has ever proved him wrong or will, not because he’s right, but because his standard of proof is ridiculously impossible and is coming from a con man’s tool of the trade: a bait and switch. For example, he creates a standard of proof where an experiment must be reproduced 100%  of the time regardless of venue or researchers conducting it. Sounds reasonable, no? If it is true you should be able to demonstrate it anywhere, like you can by dropping a brick to prove gravity always makes things fall. But hire a team of chimps or biased interests to conduct a few studies and see how easy it is to skewer results. Use the test protocols and don’t mention the fact you tested the brick by letting it drop in space. It then becomes impossible to win any such challenge, and the true fraud is actually Randi himself for presenting the prize as scientific and unbiased.


The Impious Digest 5 Million Dollar Challenge: Prove the Paranormal Does Not Exist 1

1. $5,000,000 awarded in lifetime payments of 50 cents per month.

If Randi can prove even one of the challenges, he gets $10 million dollars. That’s because he’s special. Additionally, he gets a year’s supply of Impious Digest Pacifiers.

Here are the rules. 

  1. The proof must completely disprove the existence of non-local consciousness to the satisfaction of the entire scientific community and become an accepted law that is consistently predictable and demonstrable.
  2. Must prove coincidence, and not the brain, is always involved in the synchronous parallel perception of two or more minds.
  3. The proof must completely disprove the placebo effect. (Mind over matter.)
  4. Must prove every scientifically documented case supporting reincarnation is fraud.

Nobody gives a shit about spoon bending so Randi can have that one on the house. Same with televangelist faith healers (magicians in and of themselves).

Standing on the Shoulders of Midgets, Fighting the “Enemies of Reason”

An example of telepathy we all experience is what Dr. Rupert Sheldrake refers to as “telephone telepathy” where we start to think about an old friend and they happen to call. If you think about it, for this to be possible without telepathy, you would have to spend about 100% of your conscious moments indefinitely thinking about them for them to call you at that exact moment they are on your mind. Quantum entanglement explains it, but Randi the scientist referee/gatekeeper guy doesn’t believe in quantum physics. What Sheldrake describes isn’t really paranormal at, as he puts it aptly, it’s normal. It’s common.


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Sheldrake is in good company.

Rupert Sheldrake was actually censored at a TED talk for discussing ten inescapable dogmas of science in The Science Delusion, a tongue-in-cheek allusion to Richard Dawkin’s The God Delusion. Dogmas are basically religious tenets, beliefs that are not allowed to be questioned, and do not belong in science. What TED did was ban him for questioning the way we see science today. This proved his point and they missed the irony, but they never back-tracked and after an outcry and protest, TED moved his talk into what Sheldrake quipped was “the naughty corner” of their website. The decision was made by a cowardly anonymous panel of scientists that were protecting us from “pseudoscience” because he suggested telepathy and a universal consciousness were never debunked at all. That is actually a fact. When he spoke of morphic resonance, incidentally, that might have hit a little too close to home for the CSI’s paranormal “debunker” magicians in the audience. Those are trade secrets. In actual magic or the metaphysical realms in general, the same field is postulated and appealed to except their sages call it the Akashic Record.

Quantum entanglement.

Using every day, observable phenomenon Sheldrake presented it from a scientific perspective, with evidence and with conclusions no honest mind could squirm out of. Sheldrake didn’t propose quantum entanglement as an explanation, but it came naturally and the new physicists began exploring it. In this model, the brain’s memory system is like RAM memory and non-local consciousness like the Akashic Record is like the universe’s hard drive storage. In this model, the brain is also a receiver and transmitter of consciousness and not the creator because consciousnesses preceded it and will continue after death. According to Sheldrake:

Morphic resonance is a process whereby self-organising systems inherit a memory from previous similar systems. In its most general formulation, morphic resonance means that the so-called laws of nature are more like habits. The hypothesis of morphic resonance also leads to a radically new interpretation of memory storage in the brain and of biological inheritance. Memory need not be stored in material traces inside brains, which are more like TV receivers than video recorders, tuning into influences from the past. And biological inheritance need not all be coded in the genes, or in epigenetic modifications of the genes; much of it depends on morphic resonance from previous members of the species. Thus each individual inherits a collective memory from past members of the species, and also contributes to the collective memory, affecting other members of the species in the future.

[pullquote]For Sheldrake to prove his argument that science had dogmas all he had to do was wait a few moments before someone attacked him for challenging “established scientific facts.” He proved it: they censored him.[/pullquote]We can now observe quantum entanglement in crystals visible to the naked eye. This is important because the DNA in your body is a crystal itself, and will act like a crystal and does exhibit quantum entanglement in the way it replicates. So while Sheldrake challenged some very unscientific science dogma at TED, the militant atheists came out in force to defend their prophet. Here are the dogmas, the unproven yet inviolable beliefs we see today, yet each one is successfully and consistently challenged with what we know about biology and physics in 2015:

The 10 Science Dogmas

  1. Everything is essentially mechanical. Dogs, for example, are complex mechanisms, rather than living organisms with goals of their own. Even people are machines, ‘lumbering robots’, in Richard Dawkins’s vivid phrase, with brains that are like genetically programmed computers.
  2. All matter is unconscious. It has no inner life or subjectivity or point of view. Even human consciousness is an illusion produced by the material activities of brains.
  3. The total amount of matter and energy is always the same (with the exception of the Big Bang, when all the matter and energy of the universe suddenly appeared).
  4. The laws of nature are fixed. They are the same today as they were at the beginning, and they will stay the same for ever.
  5. Nature is purposeless, and evolution has no goal or direction.
  6. All biological inheritance is material, carried in the genetic material, DNA, and in other material structures.
  7. Minds are inside heads and are nothing but the activities of brains. When you look at a tree, the image of the tree you are seeing is not ‘out there’, where it seems to be, but inside your brain.
  8. Memories are stored as material traces in brains and are wiped out at death.
  9. Unexplained phenomena like telepathy are illusory.
  10. Mechanistic medicine is the only kind that really works.

Biocentrism alone, the only model that successfully creates a Unified Field Theory, destroys every one of those dogmas, and it is where the top minds in science, particularly in physics and biology, are now rushing towards as scientists were soon faced with a working model of the universe and a purely hypothetical one.

Indeed, Dr. Robert Lanza, the man who coined the term and proposed its seven principles, is the most accomplished mind in stem cell research today and had already made his mark. He has often been compared to Einstein and not without good reason: Einstein died trying to find a Unified Field Theory, and Lanza found it by adding consciousness to the equation.

Facts are relative to how far along we have advanced in science and can always change. It was once a fact that the earth was flat, that eugenics worked, and that the brain could be scrambled with an ice pick and it would improve functioning. Indeed, in 1949 Egaz Moniz, the man that came up with the lobotomy received a Nobel Prize in Physiology for the dubious gift to mankind.

For Sheldrake to prove his argument all he had to do was wait a few moments before someone attacked him for challenging “established scientific facts” and “discrediting science.” If he was lucky, they would be so unnerved by the reality check they would attempt to censor him. Sheldrake got lucky.

skeptocbibleDawkins supporters at TED were so intimidated on that panel they formed a secret, extrajudicial star chamber to act as judge and executioner. So it was written in The Holy Skeptic Bible, 2 The Book of Dawkins, Chap 2, verses 2-5:

Verily, the DIM, the Disciples of Insentient Matter convened, as their Lord was most grievously questioned. The disciples were most assuredly butthurt for their prophet was defied, and a most impious Sheldrake, it was decreed, blasphemed against the science gods. And it came to pass the elders declared “Thou shalt call TED, and faxeth unto them, but as he did nothing wrong, we shall judge anonymously and punitively. Thou shalt also fucketh with his Wikipedia page under rotating guerrilla editors, calling him not a Cambridge biologist but a pseudoscientist, or a type of deli sandwich, or unicycle; and trolleth him, for he vexeth us much with reason.”

Yet by that action alone they ensured Sheldrake proved his point: science had become enslaved by dogma, and it actually did have high priests now. As it is now, Dawkins has become a militant atheist and professional skeptic on a crusade to hunt the “enemies of reason.” Yet even Charles Darwin, a man Dawkins diddles himself to on a pole dance of eugenicist dogma, was not an atheist. Even an agnostic Einstein detested it when he was thrown into the atheist camp. That said, Dawkins is standing on the shoulders of midgets. I mean, look at him, struggling to keep his balance on the tiny, crushed shoulders of mediocrity.

Isn’t that cute?

Actually, no.

Because he does humbly assume himself to be an absolute authority on what truth is, he is himself an enemy of reason because that is the definition of dogma, that is the heart of religion, and here is a man who has devoted his life to destroying religion. It is a deeper wisdom to those of us who come to face ourselves that what we hate most in others is what we hate about ourselves. It is also a basic theory in psychology that therapists call “projection.” Dawkins, I say this with love, man: you could use some therapy because this “enemies of reason” nonsense has become your identity, and any thinking man will come to ask if that is how, in your heart of hearts, you truly perceive yourself: as an enemy of reason.

Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against unpleasant impulses by denying their existence in themselves, while attributing them to others. For example, a person who is rude may constantly accuse other people of being rude.

Guess the fanatic.

Back to his skeptical peer, magician James Randi, however…

The Biggest Kicker: Real Magicians Actually Do Believe in the Paranormal and Practice the Invocation of Spirits

The pentagram is used to invoke spirits. Above the magician’s head is the symbol of infinity, because there is no time, which incidentally is critical to our understanding of the universe.

Again, James Randi is a professional paranormal skeptic and magician. See a conflict of interest now? The deepest and most mysterious tricks of magicians deals with a much greater understanding of quantum human energy fields and non-local consciousness which sometimes, though certainly and tragically not necessarily, involves some rather unsavory means of invocation (attunement).

“Thou maist know further, That those Souls do still love their relinquished Bodies after death, as it were a certain affinity alluring them; as are the Souls of noxious men, which have violently relinquished their Bodies, and Souls wanting a due burial, which do still wander in a liquid and turbulent Spirit about their dead carkasses; for these Souls by the known means by which heretofore they were conjoyned to their Bodies, by the like vapors, liquors, and favours, are easily drawn unto them.

“From hence it is, that the Souls of the dead are not to be called up without blood, or by the application of some part of their relict Body.

kloster8“In raising up these shadows…” 

Historically, apparitions and particularly shadows are what appeared to witnesses. The Wiccans, in fact, use a religious text of magical rituals called The Book of Shadows.

“In raising up these shadows, we are to perfume with new Blood, with the Bones of the dead, and with Flesh, Egges, Milk, Honey and Oile, and such-like things, which do attribute to the Souls a means apt to receive their Bodies.

Of Occult Philosophy, by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

The International Brotherhood of Magicians is intimately connected to the occult world and puts out a magazine called The Linking Ring. Are they skeptics too?

[pullquote]What is Magic? A Dialogue With David Abram: Rupert Sheldrake and Dr David Abram probe the meaning and manifestation of magic in the world: presented at Hollyhock on Cortes Island, Canada on August 6, 2015. David is an accomplished storyteller and sleight-of-hand magician who has lived and traded magic with indigenous sorcerers in Indonesia, Nepal, and the Americas.[/pullquote]People at  a higher spiritual plane can use prayer and achieve even more powerful results, such as placebo effect “miracle healing”… but that is more of a non-miracle and easily explained scientifically as belief-based epigenetic triggering of regenerative gene expression. Modern science knows we create our reality by the way we think  and that perception changes biology.

Prayer for others appeals to love, the highest and most enlightened wave state the mind can align with, it is one that can defeat hate and fear; but the aforementioned magickal invocation rituals involve attunement to negative wave states as a rule. Connecting all forms of consciousnesses in this system is what some in intelligence agencies called the Matrix, aka Akashic Record:

The Matrix has been described as a huge, non-material, highly structured, mentally accessible”framework” of information containing all data pertaining to everything in both the physical and non-physical universe. In the same vein as Jung’s Cosmic Unconsciousness, the Matrix is open to and comprises all conscious entities as well as information relating to everything else living or nonliving by accepted human definition.

On CIA Remote Viewing, Study and Manual

VAMPIRES NOT ALL “COOL”: A headline from The Daily Mail: “Teenager guilty of pensioner’s ‘vampire ritual’ killing.”

First Order of the Day: Let’s Make Blood Drinking Cool

So what do Satanists stand for? At the very least, the most common, and familiar activities involve pedophilia and devil worship, particularly demonic invocation and blood rituals. An explosion of recent Hollywood movies featuring attractive vampires as protagonists work at a more subconscious level, wittingly or unwittingly making the drinking of human blood acceptable or even fashionable. Why? Like vampires, Satanists actually do drink human blood in their rituals. Take this headline from The Daily Mail, for example: “Teenager guilty of pensioner’s ‘vampire ritual’ killing.” We read “A teenager was today found guilty of murdering his elderly neighbour and drinking her blood in a vampire ritual….”

“Theurgy is the skill or ability to invoke demons variously called angels of light, genii, spirits of various kinds, such as elemental spirits. Demons come with a price and that price is blood. Satanism and Luciferianism and other similar cults are blood cults that require blood to be sacrificed to pull in certain demons.”

Chapter 10 The 10th Science – Using Spiritual Things To Control A Person

“Thou maist know further, That those Souls do still love their relinquished Bodies after death, as it were a certain affinity alluring them; as are the Souls of noxious men, which have violently relinquished their Bodies, and Souls wanting a due burial, which do still wander in a liquid and turbulent Spirit about their dead carkasses; for these Souls by the known means by which heretofore they were conjoyned to their Bodies, by the like vapors, liquors, and favours, are easily drawn unto them.

Heinrich_Cornelius_Agrippa_von_Nettesheim“From hence it is, that the Souls of the dead are not to be called up without blood, or by the application of some part of their relict Body.

“In raising up these shadows, we are to perfume with new Blood, with the Bones of the dead, and with Flesh, Egges, Milk, Honey and Oile, and such-like things, which do attribute to the Souls a means apt to receive their Bodies.

Of Occult Philosophy, by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

“East Finchley swimming pool is amongst other meeting spots for Satanic peadophile ring. The members of the ring attend swimming sex sessions satanic ritual blood sacrifice. The ritual is permed in an upstairs room in McDonald’s on Mondays & Fridays. [redacted], boss of the McDonald’s (within the complex) allows the child sacrifice in the McDonald’s secret kitchen behind the mail one and is member of the cult. Human babies are prepared and cooked on the cookers and ovens.”

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Feb 22, 2015

Crowley, Significance of Saturn, Blood Drinking and Baby Killing/Eating

Saturn devouring his children.

I think all children should be eaten at birth.

Jimmy Saville, BBC occultist head of pedophile ring involving royalty and some 40 British minsters, or MPs, (Member of Parliament). Quoted in BBC television interview seen here. A strange comment, unfunny, easily dismissed unless it is uttered by a practicing Satanist. Saturn is a deity which in mythology, ate his children, and is a key figure in Satanic rituals, such as Aleister Crowley’s Rites of Saturn. MI6 knows all about Aleister Crowley. Crowley worked for them in World War II.  Nazi Karl Germer, otherwise known as Frater Saturnus X, was Crowley’s US legate after he died. Again, the significance of Saturn, the devourer of children. The primary German Illuminati group before World War II, The Thule Society to which Adolf Hitler belonged, regarded Saturn as an important god and the Prussian masonic lodges met on Saturday, a day named after this god.

“Sacrifice, blood drinking and baby flesh eating occurs every Saturday either at Mr [redacted], RD’s or occasionally at [redacted]’s (headmistress) houses. Also at [redacted] ([redacted], [redacted]), [redacted], satanic pedophile serial child sex murder, head of child sexual abuse and sacrifice satanic cult. Mr [redacted] is on constant move, stays in other people’s houses, mainly at Mr [redacted]s’”

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“Ordo Saturnus–This is an old secret satanic German order. In the last few newsletters, I have been educating people on the meaning of Saturn. It means Satan. This previous information helps us understand John Jacob Astor IV when he writes in his book A Journey in Other Worlds, “The souls of the righteous departed were found on Saturn, where, to a background of weird music, pulsating hearts, luminous brains and centers of spiritual activity quiver with motion.”

Fritz Springmeier

CKPBmX_WIAAiEwJThe ties between between German and English royalty are well-known and established, with some royals siding with or sympathetic to Hitler in World War II, and it was the reason occultist Rudolf Hess, Hitler’s right hand man, tried to make a secret deal with royalty when arrested in Britain.

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Fritz Springmeier, Be Wise as Serpents, 1991


Jack Parsons, JPL’s Ill-fated Antichrist, or “Belarion”


Saville sporting warlock, or “wizard” robes. (Slide 1) These robes, white or black, play a consistent theme in witness testimony, along with the use of masks to conceal the perpetrators. One Australian judge (Slide 7) was recently under fire for suggesting that incest was socially acceptable. Australia’s institutions, like Britain, have come under scrutiny.

Pedophilia in Britain ‘woven into the fabric of society’ – Theresa May

As the UK has launched a new-judge led inquiry panel to investigate a pedophile ring operated in 1980s, the Home Secretary warns the allegations are just a “tip of an iceberg” and the problem is “woven, covertly, into the fabric of our society.”

Ex-cops provide credible details and accounts of a high-level cover-up of the pedophilia scandal involving some 40 MPs and the royal family. This is March, 2015.
British PM David Cameron moments before, allegedly, sticking his penis in a pig’s mouth at an Oxford initiation ritual at the Bullingdon Club. Another “elite,” London Mayor Boris Johnson was also a member of that club. Yet PETA remains silent.

Following a spate of allegations concerning the abuse of children by adults, many of who abused their positions of power and status, Home Secretary Theresa May said Britons still do not appreciate the“true scale of that abuse.”

Writing in the Telegraph, May warned that the investigation into predators of children will “lead into our schools and hospitals, our churches, our youth clubs and many other institutions that should have been places of safety…”

RT, March 14, 2015

“Mr. [redacted]… Sexual preferences: his children,  [redacted]’s children, [redacted], [redacted]… Regularly travels to Thailand to abuse the children there; Has extensive contacts and buys babies from around the world; Runs lucrative child pornography and snuff movies business.

MI5 MP Pedophile Scandal Investigation leak: Anonymous Leaks Satanic Cult Member Names, Places, Phone #s

Details of British MI5 MP pedophile scandal leaked. What child trafficking really means.



Cameron never fails to deliver. This is October 2015. But this month, as noted above, pictures surfaced of Cameron engaged in animal necrophilia.


Spiritual Warfare Fully Engaged


ian-watkinsbabypic1“This is what led up to the session at the K West Hotel in London on the night of 2nd/3rd April recorded on the video. What did you do? You presented your baby to him so that he could try to rape him. First in the mouth. Then in the anus. Watkins can be seen spitting on the boy’s bottom to facilitate his attempt. You can be heard and seen encouraging him. Could there be a greater betrayal?”

So What Was the Hidden Meaning? Hint: It’s Ritual.

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The infamous “butcher” cover of the Beatles’ 1966 album “Yesterday and Today.” So what exactly was the symbolism of butchered and beheaded babies? You would be very, very surprised.

Pictured, the infamous Beatles 1966 “butcher” album cover, a clear Illuminati allusion in line with Jimmy Saville’s aforementioned beliefs (not to mention rocker Ian Watkins). Saville was closely tied to the Beatles and helped cement their fame. In a later Beatles album, Satanist Aleister Crowley would be on the cover of Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. John Lennon would later distance himself from the society, as well as the Queen of England. The Rolling Stones, who worked closely with the Beatles, were a little less subtle, and in 1968 released an album titled Their Satanic Majesties Request, with an apparent shout out to the German Ordo Saturnus as seen with the planet Saturn in the background of the shoot. This made sense, since Anita Pallenberg, a German model who dated the Stones’ Brian Jones and Keith Richard, was a professed witch who financed the film “Lucifer Rising.”

While Hollywood and the music industry may have trouble creating Satan worshipers in a society that doesn’t believe he exists, they are far more successful in promoting pedophilia and sexualizing children. That’s where pop singers and their ilk are useful. See inset above. Even so, that doesn’t mean they are not trying to win followers or acceptance. But Powerful? Untouchable? Think twice. The whole point of cloaking oneself in secret societies, hoping to avoid the exposure of any given coven or cult, is defeated when any producer, writer, or director of Satanic music videos can be identified in seconds. Such power relies on secrecy, which has been irrevocably lost.


Scorpions bassist discusses snuff parties he actually went to, elite parties charging $100,000 to attend.

What does Satanism Stand For?

Chapter III

12. Sacrifice cattle, little and big: after a child.
49. I am in a secret fourfold word, the blasphemy against all gods of men.
50. Curse them! Curse them! Curse them!
51. With my Hawk’s head I peck at the eyes of Jesus as he hangs upon the cross.
52. I flap my wings in the face of Mohammed & blind him.
53. With my claws I tear out the flesh of the Indian and the Buddhist, Mongol and Din.
54. Bahlasti! Ompehda! I spit on your crapulous creeds.
55. Let Mary inviolate be torn upon wheels: for her sake let all chaste women be utterly despised among you!

Satanist Aleister Crowley, “The Book of the Law”

Drawing of a child, survivor of ritual Satanic abuse

Druid circle, pentagram, in masonic lodge

Drawing of a child, survivor of ritual Satanic abuse, notes her abusers called themselves Druids. “Historically, certain secret societies and fraternal organizations were accused of practicing a violent, sexualized mass. Survivors in this study also reported a relationship between perpetrator involvement in secret societies and the practice of ritual abuse. Sixty-seven percent of the survivors said their ritual abuse perpetrators were members of secret societies or fraternal organizations. Thirty-three percent said perpetrating family members were Masons.” Margaret Smith, Ritual Abuse, 1993 Harper San Francisco, p.137-138

“Traditionally, the Illuminati had been having their children inspected by a woman with the rank of Grande Mother. She would determine the fitness of the children and then present them for a formal acceptance ceremony at age 3 to the Grande Druid Council. This procedure didn’t change when [Josef] Mengele came over– the programming just jumped from being an occult science to one that had full access to the Medical, Psychiatric, Judicial, Scientific and Governmental sectors via the power of the National Security Act and the Intelligence agencies.”

Fritz Springmeir

"The Satanic Temple also claims to be active in politics,

“The Satanic Temple also claims to be active in politics, “facilitating the communication and mobilization of politically aware Satanists.” The group made headlines earlier this year when it proposed to place a 2-meter-tall statue of Baphomet in front of the Oklahoma state capitol next to a statue of the 10 Commandments, citing their freedom of religion rights under the US Constitution.”

Source RT Dec 5 2014


Shriner claims to be Lucifer (Shriners are 33rd degree Scottish Rite Masons)

10525611_900504939965337_2547402896984258569_nAn interesting exchange between two faiths. In France, 1889, Albert Pike said:

‘That which we must say to the crowd is, we worship a God, but it is the God one adores without superstition…. The Masonic religion should be, by all of us initiates of the high degrees, maintained in the purity of the Luciferian Doctrine. If Lucifer were not God, would Adonay (the God of the Christians) whose deeds prove his cruelty, perfidy and hatred of man, barbarism and repulsion to science, would Adonay and his priests calumniate him? Yes, Lucifer is God, and unfortunately Adonay is also God…’

Michael Richards: “50 years years ago we’d have you [blacks] upside down with a fork in your ass!” Which begs the question: who is “we”?

“This quote, by the way, is available in French and English in the Albert Pike vertical file at the library of the Scottish Rite Southern Jurisdiction at 1733 16th St. NW, Washington DC.”

That is not to say Scottish Rite masons are all involved in human sacrifice, it is to  say  Lucifer is portrayed positively, even glorified, so that those things happen easily in the confines of a group whose members often belong to multiple secret societies. Aleister Crowley was a 33rd degree Scottish Rite mason, but he was also a member and founder of several occult fraternities and openly advocated child sacrifice in a book he wrote while “channeling” Baphomet: “The Book of the Law.” Some are opportunists hoping to mingle with the high and mighty, and some are occult f!anatics. Some are both. Many present a pious Christian front and are surrounded by profit-driven megachurches as far from true Christianity as they are. These are, basically, Christian-Zionist churches that take spiritual and political leadership from people who don’t even believe in Jesus. (Even Muslims believe Jesus was a prophet! See the irony?)

Sometimes a Show is Meant for a Very Special Audience: The Black Nobility


Urban LegendThe adults were holding their head in place so they had to watch [beheading of babies]. Afterwards the children were forced to watch the videos that the adults filmed…. During the filming adults and children were wearing the masks. Children were consistently threatened to be killed if talked. They were told to say that “none of the abusers have ever existed” if asked.”

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“The abusers will often wear masks and costumes. Let’s say a programmer wears a Mickey Mouse outfit, and the child would remember and tell, ‘Mickey Mouse hurt me.’ Now who is going to believe the child? The child has told the truth, but will be reprimanded for telling the truth. It doesn’t take long for a severely abused child, who has been programmed to keep silent, to learn that no one wants to hear the truth anyway.”

Fritz Springmeir


L. Ron Hubbard discusses “very good friend” Crowley, The Beast, 666

Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard encourages high level followers to read works by Satanist Aleister Crowley, his “very good friend”.

Scientology and Moon Children


“He [L. Ron Hubbard] got hold of the book by Alistair Crowley called The Book of the Law. He was very interested in…the creation of what some people call the Moon Child. It was basically an attempt to create an immaculate conception– except by Satan rather than by God. Another important idea was the creation of what they call embryo implants –of getting a satanic or demonic spirit to inhabit the body of a fetus. This would come about as a result of black-magic rituals, which included the use of hypnosis, drugs, and other dangerous and destructive practices. One of the important things was to destroy the evidence if you failed at this immaculate conception. That’s how my father became obsessed with abortions.”

L. Ron Hubbard, Jr., son of the late Scientology founder.

Their Satanic Majesties RequestMoon Children in Popular Music: “Their Satanic Majesties Request”

The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger as the wizard, in the background the ringed planet Saturn, an occult reference as noted in regards to Jimmy Saville. On his left Brian Jones, a member of the 27 Club, or artists that died at age 27; including Robert Johnson, Jim Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Kurt Kobain, Amy Winehouse.

 Rolling Stones’ “Child of the Moon,” recorded during “Their Satanic Majesty’s Request” sessions in late sixties.

Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA)

daritual2tools183xvf9“This is used to represent all categories of ritual abuse which would be inspired by the desire to rob, kill, or destroy something worthwhile in a person, especially their freedom of thought. Many groups carrying out SRA do not mention Satan by that name. They may make Pacts to Baphomet, and call upon Rex Mundi, or Belair, or Lucifer, or the Father of Light, God, or Kali or even “Jesus” or “Jesus Christ” (there are demons which call themselves “Jesus”, who are not to be confused with Yeshua or Yehoshua ben Joseph who is known as Jesus Christ of Nazareth.) SRA is not a value judgement by the authors against some group, the victims themselves on some level know that he or she is being abused.”

Fritz Springmeir

Kali in British Case Rituals

V0045118 Kali trampling Shiva. Chromolithograph by R. Varma.

Kali wearing necklace of skulls. Here’s another interesting aspect.

SRA Rituals

“There are 4 secret rooms in the church where the cult members perform the rituals. The ritual involves wearing special costumes: children wear 10-13 babies skulls (sometimes with blood and hair still on the skull), adults – 20, – on their bodies, leader – 30 skulls. Everybody has skulls worn around the neck (4), on breast, front private, belly, knees, arms. All wear shoes made of baby skin by [redacted], [redacted] (owners of the shoe repair shop in Finchley Road underground station), [redacted](Sportec shop on Finchley road). Babies are supplied from all over the world.”

MI5 MP Pedophile Scandal Investigation leak: Anonymous Leaks Satanic Cult Member Names, Places, Phone #s Feb. 22 2015

skull-and-bones-illuminati Skull & Bones. To the immediate right of clock, George H. W. Bush.

President John Quincy Adams

“I saw a code of Masonic legislation adapted to prostrate every principle of equal justice and to corrupt every sentiment of virtuous feeling in the soul of him who bound his allegiance to it…. I saw the practice of common honesty, the kindness of Christian benevolence, even the abstinence of atrocious crimes; limited exclusively by lawless oaths and barbarous penalties, to the social relations between the Brotherhood and the Craft. I saw slander organize into a secret, widespread and affiliated agency….I saw self-invoked imprecations of throats cut from ear to ear, of hearts and vitals torn out and cast off and hung on spires. I saw wine drunk from a human skull with solemn invocation of all the sins of its owner upon the head of him who drank it.”

President John Quincy Adams, Address to the People of Massachusetts

skull&bones19thcenturyThe Skull and Bones, a Yale chapter of the Bavarian Illuminati founded in Inglestadst University. They have been affiliated since 1833.



“We worship spirits.”

How are those disincarnate spirits summoned? Rituals, chants, sacrifices of both animals and even human beings, spells, incense, etc. Are they successful?  It depends. If a non-local consciousness wants to connect to a medium, no instruments are necessary and it is difficult if not impossible to prove in a lab setting that the signal originated in the mind or elsewhere. Demonic or spirit invocation is the deepest secret of magicians. They can survive the stage tricks being exposed, but this one involves something beyond sophisticated subliminal suggestion tricks used  by mentalists, and they could once get burned at the stake for it. Much of the time, it was not just the accounts of witches flying on broomsticks or cavorting with the devil that brought trouble, it was the fact there were ritual murders involved, especially today with the more nefarious Satanic cults employing “sex magick” or blood rituals for invocations.


Jack Parson, Jet Propulsion Lab founder of NASA fame, was a Satanist who called himself Belial. Herein he describes the invocation of the Goddess of Babalon using John Dee’s Enochian magick when assisted by a magician. The ritual lasted weeks with some very interesting results.

If Randi says this is not true, or has never heard of the “magick” arts, he was never anything more than a magic shop magician the unlucky kids see showing up at their birthday parties with the shitty card tricks, plastic top hat, flower wand and magic intersecting rings. You know the type. They end up boring everyone so badly the kids leave early and punch the birthday boy after taking back their gift. That, of course, is not Randi. Randi was good at what he did.

Do all magicians take their craft to the next step? of course not. What is certain is that some of the most famous do move on from the magic shops and onto the study of ancient ceremonial magic appealed to by nations throughout history from Egypt to England (e.g. Queen Elizabeth’s adviser and magician John Dee’s “Enochian magick”). Rulers often rely on seers to decide their next move, and so these men or women, the hard core magicians, tend to show up in the King’s court from time to time. The ones that devote their lives to casting doubt on the reality of spirit clearly have a vested interest in keeping a  trade secret.

It’s not important to focus on anything other than the salient fact: what is being denied by modern magicians, particularly “debunker” specialists,  is an engine behind the real “magick” the world has known for many thousands of years, and that is spirit.

Sometimes “Pseudoscience” is Just Another Term for Forbidden Knowledge

One could take a page from the CSICOP playbook and imply that because they were wrong on the practical and scientific use of the paranormal already employed by intelligence agencies and the pharmaceutical industries, we can say everything else they have ever done is suspect and therefore they are all frauds. There is no need to stoop that low, however, but as an observer with no real bone to pick in this matter I would like to just say “fuck Randi.” 3

“It sounded a lot like Social Darwinism. “The survival of the fittest, yes,” he said. “The strong survive… I think people with mental aberrations who have family histories of inherited diseases and such, that something should be done seriously to educate them to prevent them from procreating.

James Randi: debunking the king of the debunkers

Shermerism: (noun) A belief system wherein all scientific wisdom, as yet undiscovered mathematical branches, and theory is already known. “Behold my marvelous Shermerism. I am so smart I know all science laws and paradigms and that includes future ones I prematurely criticize. As a gatekeeper in a secret brotherhood of illuminated miscreants I am the self-appointed judge of ultimate wisdom and falsehood. Most people don’t really like me.”

So James Randi is completely oblivious to the role of environment in gene expression. He is entirely clueless to the fact everyone has family histories of inherited mental disease and that the eugenics he is advocating  IS a pseudoscience. Also, homosexuals were sterilized by eugenicists, too, because homosexuality was classified as a mental illness. Randi could get snipped had he been hospitalized for homosexual tendencies as a kid.  If enough believe any race of people have sub-par genes then it is perfectly acceptable to eradicate them, which is why genocide victims, and those we wage war against, are consistently brown.

“Religion must be made synonymous with neurosis and psychosis.” L. Ron Hubbard

Is There an Atheist Eugenic Agenda? 

Religion must become unfashionable by demonstrating broadly, through psychopolitical indoctrination, that the soul is non-existent, and that Man is an animal. The lying mechanisms of Christianity lead men to foolishly brave deeds. By teaching them that there is a life hereafter, the liability of courageous acts, while living, is thus lessened. The liability of any act must be markedly increased if a populace is to be obedient. Thus, there must be no standing belief in the church, and the power of the church must be denied at every hand…

downloadReligion must be made synonymous with neurosis and psychosis. People who are deeply religious would be less and less held responsible for their own sanity, and should more and more be relegated to the ministrations of psychopolitical operatives.”

The Brainwashing Manual, by L. Ron Hubbard

In short, the argument was that in discouraging the belief in God, man would be more obedient to a totalitarian government as he would have nothing to die for. Our focus, however, is on the push of modern academia to deny the existence of the soul, and the political systems that would appeal to it.

Others simply appeal to a materialist world view and dogmatic thinking that makes them useful mouthpieces for the absolute state that is totalitarian capitalism, and for those who believe in the supremacy of one bloodline over another.

Royal blood, Bloodlines, and Reincarnation as a Predictable Reality

Science is based on prediction.

Of the top three, only reincarnation is predictable and could explain why some children are born much smarter than others. There is no IQ gene to justify the notion of superior bloodlines. Because intelligence is inseparable from consciousness, the possibility and evidence of a pre-existing consciousness that we see in reincarnation evidence means the soul is eternal.

“The law of conservation of energy is a law of science that states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but only changed from one form into another or transferred from one object to another.”


As for reincarnation being a predictable reality, that is pretty clear cut. Much like an earthquake exactly where and when it will happen is unknown, but unusual reincarnation accounts will happen around the world with certainty and regularity. Here are two example predictions you can take to the bank:

  1. Just within one year from now, we can predict there will be cases found where children remember past lives and the intimate details of those past lives will be confirmed by relatives of the deceased.
  2. Though this constitutes important empirical evidence and predictable phenomenon proving reincarnation is real, western “wise” men like Micheal Shermer and James Randi will still have their heads up their asses and pay no attention because it implies the reality of a soul. Easterners will just shrug and say “pretty cool huh? it happens all the time.”

Psychiatrist Dr. Ian Stevenson describes some of the most in-depth studies on reincarnation in the western world. His own research included a painstaking comparison of family accounts of the deceased, and autopsy reports of children’s recalled accounts of prior death. He also found a correlation between the latter’s birthmarks matching points of fatal injuries from prior lives. 

This reincarnation prediction is better than a weather forecast of rain when its already raining. The IQ gene had been predicted long ago and has not been found as long as we have known about genetics. Perhaps the former prediction is the safer bet. Perhaps materialists can give us a prediction that they will find it in our lifetimes, but for now should put up, or shut up. They’re embarrassing themselves.

The myth of royal blood is so entrenched in the elites that incest is allowed because it is argued a given family has a genetic knack for music or intelligence when in fact the only thing that mattered was the environment:  good schooling, shelter, health and parenting.

“Blow My Richard”

It is a cold, hard fact that consciousness can manipulate DNA. DNA is just a blueprint for proteins. But in a world where the corporate media teaches us that evil is good, and black is white, we are taught that DNA creates consciousness, with absolutely no evidence backing the assertion except the rants of dogma and group conformity, a common enough situation where people will swallow what they know to be a huge lie just to fit in. In academia this is rampant.

Yet there is overwhelming and demonstrable evidence proving your belief system affects DNA replication, this to the point pharmaceutical companies rely on the ability of consciousness to heal the body to sell their drugs (placebo effect).

[pullquote]If bloodlines had anything to do with intelligence and character, every genius and great leader would be a royal of one sort or another, and we know that is not true.[/pullquote]Humans have been breeding animals since the beginning of civilization. We became very good at breeding stronger and faster animals, and better crops. But those are physical characteristics, not intellectual ones. You cannot breed a wise soul, a consciousness that existed long before the body, and that soul tends to pop up where people least expect it to. That is why the new physicists and best minds of today see our bodies as holograms, the universe as virtual reality, and each of us being something like avatars in a game where we chose our protagonists, we can die over and over again, hopefully learning and living longer each time. That would explain reincarnation and one reason it would be useful.

Why then, the obsession with bloodlines? The dynasties that rule the world; the globalist bankers, industrialists, the “blue bloods” need to hold on to the belief that their genes, not character, makes them superior. They believe genes make them smarter, superior physical specimens and more attuned to paranormal abilities. Among the Aryans, Chosen People, Sumerians, Aztecs, Egyptians et al bloodlines are or were the excuse for the same argument. Reincarnation invalidates that myth, which means we actually do have a quantifiable “ghost in the machine” and bloodlines are irrelevant to anything but privilege. It is a topic which even Carl Sagan, a true genius and honest skeptic, said had enough credible evidence supporting it to warrant serious scientific research. To wit:

“There are claims in the parapsychology field which, in my opinion, deserve serious study,” with [one] being “that young children sometimes report details of a previous life, which upon checking turn out to be accurate and which they could not have known about in any other way than reincarnation.” (source)

Click to access REI37.pdf

Children’s Reports of Past-Life Memories: A Review, by DR. James B. Tucker, MD. 

Because reincarnation implies spirit, it defies the materialist dogma of elites and their lackeys like Dawkins who are backing the royal blood theory, and it is suppressed in the west. From this, we get militant atheism as it postulates there is no soul, there is only a “program” in your DNA and unless you have a special bloodline in you, your “program,” your operating system is inferior. If you want to dehumanize the poor, or ill, if you want to justify a war for profit, just convince everyone that the genes that made you black, brown, or whatever also determines your worth as a human being. Again, just convince everyone your bloodlines determine your worth. If you are Richard Dawkins, just convince everyone religion is from a defective gene, and we can go eugenics full scale again as we try to correct a gene that doesn’t exist. “Blow my Richard,” Mr. Dawkins, as they say in England now.

There is a far more important implication in accepting the reality of consciousness as the absolute prerequisite of matter, however, and it has a lot to do with the deliberate or inadvertent suppression of the missing piece of the Unified Field Theory that is now self-evident. That suppression has more to do with our social structure and control than anything else, as it is all about Social Darwinism, eugenics and maintaining a priesthood of scientists defending the status quo’s “royal bloodline” mythology which assumes genes determine the worth of an individual. The Egyptians were really into that, practiced incest at the ruling class, and it was a belief system that stuck around so long that ultimate power, that of god-pharaohs, is symbolized by the pyramid you see on your money or in corporate symbolism. Pyramids, of course,  are where they entombed god-men like pharaohs and they are a seal of god-men that control international fiat currency and are the families that have instituted Babylonian debt slavery. The Nazis had a thing about racial purity as well, and that also involved a bloodline mythology. The Templars believed that royal bloodlines came from Jesus because he actually had children and wasn’t crucified. European royalty ended up with that bloodline, of course. Our god-men today have nothing over the pharaohs but an ability to print money from air to buy nations and rulers.

If bloodlines had anything to do with intelligence and character, every genius and great leader would be a royal of one sort or another, and we know that is not true.

How a Paranormal Debunking Lobby Nearly Killed Alternative Energy Breakthrough 30 Years Ago

We could have avoided the oil wars.

Had James Randi not suppressed the early research into cold fusion, we could have avoided the oil wars.

Even Randi’s last documentary is titled “An Honest Liar,” which makes as much sense as it implies. It’s a paradox that invites suspicion on an entire career and body of work. One can’t help but wonder why would any real scientist subject himself to peer review by this man, a non-peer from a field not associated with science but a field, magic,  literally associated with conjuring, mind games, slight of hand and outright deception.

Lamenting the suppression of cold fusion research.

The fact is for the longest time scientists had no choice. He had a soap box, he was LOUD, and could use his organization to challenge ground breaking technologies on behalf of energy interests or anyone that was ready to chip into his skeptic factory. Cold  fusion? Killed, until very recently, about 30 years later because too many scientists were afraid to challenge a non-scientific but very powerful lobby of professional skeptics headed by Randi and his ilk. (See slide show.)

In reality, they were and remain little more than corporate shills and pay-to-play bullies that real scientists had to deal with before working with the media.


“Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.”

Albert Einstein

[pullquote]The projection of their own limitations onto advanced minds makes professional skeptics a particularly sad sight.[/pullquote]Randi is a magician, and a good one at that, but he’s not a scientist. He is not a trained biologist, geneticist, or even lab assistant. He’s never conducted lab work or submitted any work for scientific peer review. Another paranormal “debunker” he works with is a psychologist and magician by the name of Richard Wiseman. Other popular paranormal “debunkers” are Penn & Teller, magicians, and Penn’s focus is militant atheism to disprove the notion of God, or all encompassing or non-local consciousness; and by extension spirit. Again, you see a curious pattern of “debunker” magicians and they are protecting a trade secret. It is so painfully obvious now you only need a tarot card and history book to prove it.

If these are the strongest supporting arguments for the Big Bang, this case is even sadder than expected. Compare this nonsense to the questions below…


Big Bang Theory Relies on Blind Faith, it’s a Fiat Currency Created Out of Nothing

In Dr. Robert Lanza’s book Biocentrism, he notes classic science’s answer to basic and extremely important questions about the Big Bang theory are completely unanswered:

How did the Big Bang happen?


What was the Big Bang?


What, if anything, existed before the Big Bang?


What is the nature of dark energy, the dominant entity of the cosmos?


What is the nature of dark matter, the second  most prevalent entity?


How did life arise?


What is the nature of consciousness?


What is the fate of the universe; for example, will it keep expanding?

Seemingly, yes.

Why are the constants the way they are?


Why are there exactly four forces?


Is life further experienced after one’s body dies?


Which book provides the best answers?

There is no single book.


Awesome: When A Little Girl Told Neil DeGrasse Tyson She Wanted To Live On Jupiter, He Completely Shut Her Down

This is a brief history of everything we don’t know, to be accurate. No one can honestly say our most “brilliant” minds are not now reduced to basing an entire cosmological and consciousness model on blind faith, and this with no more factual evidence than the Flying Spaghetti Monster. The existing Big Bang Theory postulates consciousness created itself by deliberately excluding it from the Theory of Everything, a Unified Field Theory, when it is the only law that could bind it together. We know for a fact that observing something, which requires consciousness, collapses a wave function into a particle, and particles become matter.

The Skeptical Inquirer and CSICOP have done a pretty good job of hobbling Tesla’s dream.

If you have a super-computer handy, and you want to know when time began, you need only  a few equations to realize that the answer is always that there is no time. It is a consistent answer but too many scientists still believe the answer is wrong. The same super computers they use to create chain reaction models and global warming predictions will always say there is no time because a second can be split into infinity. But actually, you don’t need a computer at all to see what amounts to inexplicable propaganda, because this foolishness is constantly pounded into us. As you read this, you are already in the past. Light took time, about  0.15 of a second, to process in the brain into an image. Even riding at the point of light on a photon in “real time” that just reflected off the screen, time and space don’t exist. It is a geometric point if observed, a potentiality if not.

This video opens with Neil de Grasse Tyson, perhaps one of the most refreshing studies in humility you will ever find, claiming an unassuming understanding of the “history of everything.”  The video opens with a staggering contradiction. It asserts that universe is some 13.7 billion years old, and he even gives it a pretty specific birthday using some pretty complex calculations. However, were you riding on the furthest photon from that so-called “big bang” there is no time. So which is it: 13.7 billion years or no time? That is basic quantum physics. You cannot, under any circumstances, say the universe is almost 14 billion years old without a pre-existing observer to measure it at singularity. That’s not even an abstract thought experiment, it’s common sense. The answer was always there.

The Big Bang can’t explain life or what came before singularity, which means it’s a useless theory floating in a fairy tale in the mind of a unicorn. These are grown men selling us this nonsense, and it needs to stop.
[pullquote]Such measurements may have also implications for the Big Bang. “How is it possible, when every law in nature is almost equal between particles and anti-particles, that matter was left from the Big Bang?” Constantinos Loizides. See CERN Symmetry Measurement Confirms Matter And Antimatter Are Mirrors Of Each Other, Aug. 19 2015[/pullquote]Every once in a while, however, physicists stumble across this paradox and offer this radical proposition: it doesn’t make sense because it’s bullshit.

The evidence has always pointed to the following:

Time is a construct of the mind to understand the universe and to fix one’s place in another construct, space. Both are dependent on observation, on consciousness. As such, the Big Bang Theory is a fairy tale. It is not a new idea, that time and space do not exist, it is one science has been running away from for ages now. It has been assumed, quite falsely, that accepting this fact would mean a return to a religion-based science like the middle ages. Again, the likeliest reason we can’t accept the new law of biocentrism is because some of our greatest minds have learned to tackle everything but a very common and primitive weakness we call the ego, and the fear of losing face. Cognitive dissonance  makes their deductive reasoning fall apart. It makes them get angry and go into denial because their world view has been fundamentally challenged. There is an old Indian saying that goes something like this: a man who admits his mistake bares his ignorance only once, but a man who defends his mistake bares his ignorance many times. He is thus  likelier to be remembered for that while his greater deeds are eclipsed in ignominy.

Occam's Razor: "Plurality is not to be posited without necessity." That means, basically, the lessassumptions the better, and if you have two competing theories the one with the least assumptions is usually correct.
Occam’s Razor: “Plurality is not to be posited without necessity.” That means, basically, the less assumptions the better, and if you have two competing theories the one with the least assumptions is usually correct. The Big Bang theory is an orgy of assumptions.

Even in that eternal and universal consciousness that absorbs the observations of all life forms in existence, one could imagine a computer metaphor. Rebel physicists are now comparing our lives to holograms and avatars in  a unified field, with biocentric models that can be validated, and string theory models that can’t. Why would anyone choose the latter? For all we know we may be avatars in the mind of a universal consciousness, akin to individual processors assigned to solve a given problem by sparking the networks around us into problem solving and cooperation. In an unimaginably complex CPU with an infinity of processors working at quantum speeds on a universal level, one could imagine our daily lives represent individual, important calculations that help evolve that universal consciousness.

Sadly, the biggest names in science, particularly astrophysicists who took it upon themselves to explain the true nature and origin of consciousness, have put their eggs in this Big Bang basket and now they know our best computers have proven them wrong. It’s all about ego now.

Hawking’s Theory of Everything vs. a Self-Evident, Universal Law of Everything

The beginning of wisdom is to know that you know nothing.


[pullquote]This great experiment in denying the soul to transfer that worship instinct to mere man, incidentally, killed over 100 million.[/pullquote]No offense to Stephen Hawking, but what the fuck are we supposed to do with a black hole and untestable, unprovable theories? When was the Big Bang proven and what preceded it, if indeed, he has a theory of everything? He’s no Nikola Tesla, no Albert Einstein, no Linus Pauling, no Max Planck, no Isaac Newton, et al, all of whom have had a powerful and profound impact on our daily lives and had their most important theories tested and validated in the real world. They were also very modest men and they had an uncanny ability to dismiss flattery, question themselves, and reassess deeply held beliefs as new and better information came along. That made them great.

Hawking is a smart guy, to be sure, but not in the same class and he’s frankly pretty arrogant. You have to be to claim philosophy is dead. That’s like saying critical thinking is dead.

When it is a belief system that questions the worth and potential of man, it does beg a response because it is harmful, incorrect and revives the heart of eugenics when the genome project disproved it once and for all.

Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking

Let him speak only for himself, as he clearly speaks for the elites hungry to “prove” there is no soul as it is an extremely powerful means of social engineering and dehumanization.

In one book Hawkins asserts that modern science has proven that consciousness is purely a product of biochemical electrical reactions within the brain and that it all ends at death. That may have been what they taught in 1960. Now, in an advanced biology college class today, if that was his argument a competent professor might say

“Why’d you get an F? The materialist belief that we have no soul actually has significant arguments against it that have to be addressed. Have you even read the latest medical journals by renowned neuroscientists regarding non-local consciousnesses experiments with findings that directly contradict your hypothesis? What about the decades of reincarnation research, such as that at the University of Virginia? That involved actual autopsy reports of children’s recalled accounts of prior deaths with correlations between the latter’s birthmarks and matching points of fatal injuries from past lives. You need to effectively explain all of that away, credibly, and not just ask me to take your word for it. You have to effectively counter all serious contrary scientific evidence and you pretended it did not exist. Essentially, you pompous asshole, I asked you who wrote the greatest masterpiece of all and you gave me the model of a typewriter and an instruction manual. Away with you, plebeian! I can’t even give you credit for effort.”

[pullquote]Let Hawking speak only for himself, as he clearly speaks for the elites hungry to “prove” there is no soul as it is an extremely powerful means of social engineering and dehumanization.[/pullquote]This is all about math and always was, since the same physics that Hawking champions also contradicts his Big Bang-based theory of everything. And even before him, it was always about a tacit effort to deny the humanity of man for psycho-political indoctrination. When you see great lies pouring out of the mouths of otherwise brilliant men, jarring ones, you know it is propaganda and the only thing you have left to ask is who would gain from it, and why? Many scientists today are very outspoken against anyone who supports the existence of a soul, and thereby God presumably, but it seems to lack sincerity when you consider that was a key atheist indoctrination taught in the Soviet Union and Mao’s China. This great experiment in denying the soul to transfer that worship instinct to mere man, incidentally, killed over 100 million.

Two of the bloodiest leaders in modern world history led atheist societies: Chairman Mao Zedung and Josef Stalin. Mao’s “Giant Leap Forward” killed 45 million in four years.  Total? Up to 78 million deaths. Josef Stalin? 23 million deaths. Their genocides had nothing to do with religion, but everything to do with the dogmatic perception of science as a religion, wherein the killings were justified “scientifically” as being done for the greater good (population control, e.g.). That’s the same thing a religious fanatic would say: what they do is for the greater good, only they do it in the name of God. So what is the mind set?

Social identity is a person’s sense of who they are based on their group membership(s). Tajfel (1979) proposed that the groups (e.g. social class, family, football team etc.) which people belonged to were an important source of pride and self-esteem. Groups give us a sense of social identity: a sense of belonging to the social world. In order to increase our self-image we enhance the status of the group to which we belong. We can also increase our self-image by discriminating and holding prejudiced views against the group we don’t belong to.


“In order to increase our self-image we enhance the status of the group to which we belong. We can also increase our self-image by discriminating and holding prejudiced views against the group we don’t belong to.”

Richard Dawkins, for instance, bases his social identity upon his leadership and membership in the atheist community. The latter devote their lives to enhancing the image of the atheist, and disparaging the beliefs of the religious or merely spiritual. Often you will see them attack religious people on the grounds that all evil arises from religion. It breeds hate, it breeds fear, intolerance, ignorance, it’s argued, and no one is saying it can’t because that is what fanaticism does. At the same time, militant atheists rely on appealing to hate, fear and intolerance of religious people to attract like minds. In other words, they criticize religion for doing exactly the same thing they are doing. Fanaticism, whether religious or atheist, is rooted in hate unless that is first addressed there can never be peace, there will always be war and genocide, and neither group is better than the other. What is “religious conversion” for one is “population control” for the other and they will always kill millions.

Hawking and similar figures deliberately ignore salient evidence, actually proof, of non-local consciousness and the illusion of death when asserting that consciousness has no say in quantum physics or biology, such as epigenetics, this despite all the evidence to the contrary. Those are hard questions that have to be addressed maturely, as a scientist prepared to weigh all empirical evidence and not just that with which he agrees, as he essentially perpetuates and implies an implicit support for the theory of superior bloodlines.

The belief that our “souls” are just software programmed in our DNA is genetic determinism. It has a word tied at the hip with it: eugenics, and that is a pseudoscience. Genetic determinism gave us a belief system where to create a master race we had to weed out people carrying “defective” software inside them. In Britain, where the class system now resembles a caste system and includes a prevailing belief in the mythical supremacy of royal blood, the bias towards any “science” that favors the premise of superior genes tends to be widely promulgated. Dawkins and Hawking are, of course, British and come from a society where it is deeply impressed from birth that you have a class system of commoners, nobles, lords, and royalty.

The 7 Principles of Biocentrism

First Principle of Biocentrism:  What we perceive as reality is a process that involves our consciousness. An “external” reality, if it existed, would – by definition – have to exist in space. But this is meaningless, because space and time are not absolute realities but rather tools of the human and animal mind.

Second Principle of Biocentrism:  Our external and internal perceptions are inextricably intertwined. They are different sides of the same coin and cannot be divorced from one another.

Third Principle of Biocentrism:  The behavior of subatomic particles –indeed all particles and objects – is inextricably linked to the presence of an observer. Without the presence of a conscious observer, they at best exist in an undetermined state of probability waves.

Fourth Principle of Biocentrism:  Without consciousness, “matter” dwells in an undetermined state of probability. Any universe that could have preceded consciousness only existed in a probability state.

Fifth Principle of Biocentrism:  The structure of the universe is explainable only through biocentrism. The universe is fine-tuned for life, which makes perfect sense as life creates the universe, not the other way around. The “universe” is simply the complete spatiotemporal logic of the self.

Sixth Principle of Biocentrism:  Time does not have a real existence outside of animal-sense perception. It is the process by which we perceive changes in the universe.

Seventh Principle of Biocentrism:  Space, like time, is not an object or a thing. Space is another form of our animal understanding and does not have an independent reality. We carry space and time around with us like turtles with shells. Thus, there is no absolute self-existing matrix in which physical events occur independent of life.

Coined by Dr. Robert Lanza, Biocentrism is the new law, and the math is irrefutable. It is very similar to the ancient teachings of Hermes Tristmegistus but expands on certain elements of it. The basic premise is the same, however, only Lanza uses modern science to explain why this is true. It implies no religion, no dogma, it simply nails down the reality that consciousness is not an accident and that the observer’s role in breaking down a wave function to a particle cannot be ignored when studying matter or the universe. While Einstein died trying to find a Unified Field Theory, Dr. Lanza postulated the missing field was consciousness, and suddenly the math made sense. Suddenly, there was no conflict between Newtonian physics and quantum physics.

The Big Bang is Materialism Designed to Ignore Consciousness

Pseudoscience is defined as a collection of beliefs or practices falsely believed to be based on the scientific method. The Big Bang is a theory inherently impossible to test and though we know consciousness can create matter and that much is self-evident, we have never, ever demonstrated that matter can, on its own, create consciousness. Because it cannot be tested in the real world, it fails the scientific method. Some say we simply lack the tools to do so at the this moment, but an equally valid argument is that it cannot be tested and is impossible to verify because it is a false belief.

The Big Bang would explain everything if it wasn’t just for a few little things. The underlying belief system is the assumption that consciousness arose by chance from quantum waves of probability to atoms, growing into molecules, and then amino acids, and then DNA, and through chance, though untold trillions of coincidental and linear, consequential actions needed to support life in this universe we became conscious. Yet, as professional misanthrope Richard Dawkins insists, we are “lumbering robots” and actually borderline insentient. So the Flying Spaghetti Monster religion is silly? How is this better?

Seriously. No one can honestly say our most “brilliant” minds are not now reduced to basing an entire cosmological and consciousness model on blind faith, and this with no more factual evidence than the Flying Spaghetti Monster. The biggest joke of all, of course, is that the Big Bang only works in computer simulations that have to be created by the same consciousness it is trying to explain. If anyone cries “well, it’s not supposed to explain everything!” said person shall be referred to Tyson’s video above. He just said the Big Bang explained everything.

[pullquote]Every once in a while, however, physicists stumble across the Big Bang paradox and offer this radical proposition: it doesn’t make sense because it’s bullshit.[/pullquote]To say the Big Bang is a fact, or even imply it, is literally no different than saying the Man in the Sky, Zeus, Odin or Flying Spaghetti Monster is a fact because they, too, work in computer simulations. To say it is a fact, and believe it, constitutes an adherence to a religion and dogma, to the surrender of reason to blind faith in man, to men in lab coats or tweed  instead of robes, but fallible men just the same.

In truth however, it’s likely those minds don’t really buy the Big Bang either because they wouldn’t be where they are without the scientific method the Big Bang theory gang rapes with cruel abandon. The famous scientists you see today, rest assured,  had a lot to lose if they offended the materialist dogma of the high priests of science and the Church of CSICOP, or (CSI now). We are not just talking a little embarrassment, it also meant university positions.

Rare First Edition of Skeptical Inquirer. One psychologist noted “That rag is a fucked up petty slam book that pedants masturbate to. Classic stilted speech. Look it up.”

Heaven forbid they should be featured in the pages of The Skeptical Inquirer, the slam book of science! What’s that, you might ask? According to the Urban Dictionary:

slam book

A spiral notebook with the name of a jr. or sr. high girl (usually) written on the top line. The book is passed around among classmates who write nasty things (slam) on the page under the girl’s name.

Right up there with the Big Bang’s missing first chapters: what came before singularity? How did mass create consciousness without a blueprint? Where are the facts supporting that conclusion and why is it impossible to be demonstrated in a lab that unattended mass can create consciousness? OMG the whole fucking theory is an island floating on air! Still, I want to believe!

That rag is a fucked up petty slam book that pedants masturbate to, and you know, scientists have feelings too. 4 The projection of their own limitations onto advanced minds makes professional skeptics a particularly sad sight. CSICOP, ostensibly, set out to protect science from charlatans and pseudoscience.  It did the opposite and harmed scientific inquiry and it is easily proven, particularly with energy technology and consciousness research. It assumed that science had no self-correction in its peer review system unless they were involved, as non-scientists. Einstein often said that great spirits will always encounter violent opposition from mediocre minds, and he was never more right. Until the Internet came along and freed peer-review from self-appointed gatekeepers, all of science was in danger of complete stagnation.

Groundbreaking professors who were “debunked,” and then later vindicated, lost their jobs because universities feared the skeptic lobby “protecting” science from itself. Who would hire a professor the Skeptical Inquirer would call a fraud? They are backed by big oil (clean energy debunking) and the pharmaceutical industry’s public relations complex (vaccine controversy debunking). The arrogance one must have to be in this circle is frankly startling: you can’t figure out how something is done so therefore no one can.

Ultimately, we will have to choose between a biocentric theory of everything that actually works and a string theory of everything that doesn’t. It seems, now, that choice has been made and an old religion, materialism, is finally on its way out.

It takes no imagination to point out the limitations of man, to compare him to an animal or meat robot programmed by genes in full ignorance of epigenetics, and any simpleton can do it. It does take imagination to point out the potential of man, however, and that is the true mark of leadership and enlightenment.

Dr. Robert Lanza: The man the New York Times calls one of the three most important scientists alive today, because it’s true.


Parallels Between  Ancient Teachings of Hermes and Modern Science


“THE ALL is MIND; The Universe is Mental.” — The Kybalion.


“As above, so below; as below so above.” — The Kybalion.


“Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.” — The Kybalion.

This Principle embodies the truth that “everything is in motion”; “everything vibrates”; “nothing is at rest”; facts which Modern Science endorses, and which each new scientific discovery tends to verify. And yet this Hermetic Principle was enunciated thousands of years ago, by the Masters of Ancient Egypt. This Principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, result largely from varying rates of Vibration. From THE ALL, which is Pure Spirit, down to the grossest form of Matter, all is in vibration — the higher the vibration, the higher the position in the scale. The vibration of Spirit is at such an infinite rate of intensity and rapidity that it is practically at rest — just as a rapidly moving wheel seems to be motionless. And at the other end of the scale, there are gross forms of matter whose vibrations are so low as to seem at rest. Between these poles, there are millions upon millions of varying degrees of vibration. From corpuscle and electron, atom and molecule, to worlds and universes, everything is in vibratory motion. This is also true on the planes of energy and force (which are but varying degrees of vibration); and also on the mental planes (whose states depend upon vibrations); and even on to the spiritual planes. An understanding of this Principle, with the appropriate formulas, enables Hermetic students to control their own mental vibrations as well as those of others. The Masters also apply this Principle to the conquering of Natural phenomena, in various ways. “He who understands the Principle of Vibration, has grasped the sceptre of Power,” says one of the old writers.


“Every Cause has its Effect; every Effect has its Cause; everything happens according to Law; Chance is but a name for Law not recognized; there are many planes of causation, but nothing escapes the Law.” —The Kybalion.


1. $5,000,000 awarded in lifetime payments of one dollar per month. 

2. The Holy Skeptic Bible not actually a real book, but should be.

3. And fuck Michael Shermer too.

4. If you spend your time penning “scientific” skeptic’s dictionaries, you are probably an asshole. For one thing, real scientists already have built-in skeptic methodology they rely on so they won’t look foolish before presenting findings to peers. It’s called the Scientific Method. If you want to impress someone, create, invent or discover something useful and don’t pull a Shermer and try to build yourself up by tearing others down.

5. Skeptics are respectfully invited to ponder this…


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