Sunday, January 24, 2010

Web of Deception 2.0

The most ridiculous word in English is Conspiracy. It is treated as something extraordinary, shunned, fringe, atypical.
Why does it seem obvious to me that conspiracies are the norm? Maybe the fact that conspiracy is the wannabe innocent’s term for describing human relations since man walked the Earth? We live our private lives in a web of lies, inside a society supported by a web of lies entirely supported by us… We want the truth about UFOs, crop circles, the unknown. The question is, can we handle the truth?
Truth is power, they say.
If someone told you the truth about, say, UFOs, would you share? Or would you keep it to yourself, because the ignorant masses could not possibly handle it?
Someone told me – seems like an eternity – that when you are ready for the truth, it becomes apparent, self-evident. The evidence is right there, in front of you all along.
So now you know. The ugly truth, the lies protecting it, your ignorance, the people that kept it all this time. The question is, would you do any different?

When you stare into the Abyss, the Abyss stares back at you.   
              Friedrich Nietzsche

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Lost City of Z found?


Although the above photo looks suspiciously like my previous crop-circley posts, it is entirely of another origin.
National Geographic reports that it belongs to a series of geometric shapes discovered in satellite pictures, and aided by rapid de4forestation..

The newfound shapes are created by a series of trenches about 36 feet (11 meters) wide and several feet deep, with adjacent banks up to 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Straight roads connect many of the earthworks.
Preliminary excavations at one of the sites in 2008 revealed that some of the earthworks were surrounded by low mounds containing domestic ceramics, charcoal, grinding-stone fragments, and other evidence of habitation.
But who built the structures and what functions they served remains a mystery. Ideas range from defensive buildings to ceremonial centers and homes, the study authors say.
It's also possible the structures served different purposes over time, noted William Woods, a geographer and anthropologist at the University of Kansas in Lawrence who was not involved in the research.
"For example," he said, "in Lawrence there's a Masonic temple—it is now a bar. There was a bank—it is now a restaurant called Tellers. These things happen."
What most surprised the research team is that the earthworks appear in both the region's floodplains and the uplands.

Arcahelogically interesting, but not what got my attention.
It is the complex mystery regarding the disappearance of Percy Fawcett, one of my favorite historical figures. It is the unexplored quality – still – of a large part of the Amazon basin. It is the subtle hues of crazy theories and strange legends permeating these stories. It is the unknown.
Remember, when an archaeologist declares that a strange structure is possibly for “burial purposes”, he just does not know. It could be, but then again, it is probably not. It is not a cover-up. It is how things work. A scientist probing into the unknown trying to maintain his professional status will resort to bullshit. It is a historical fact.

These findings are for people who have no professional standing whatsoever, to investigate, correlate, propose strange connections and generally boldly go where no one has gone before. They would probably be wrong all the way, but us fringe freaks generally have no sense of shame.

Instead all this great stuff is wasted on archaeologists.. Oh well.
Besides the disturbing similarity to agro glyphs these formations have, they denote a large force at work over a long period of time. People, or something else? The locals say the Amazon is dreaming..

I mean, really, when a tree falls in the forest without anyone around to hear, does it make a sound?

Nice PDF paper here.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Crop Circles and Mutilations: Some thoughts

I came across a documentary last night - don’t know the title, but it was all about cattle mutilations and the UFO connection. I‘ve watched similar stuff before, but this one explored the Crop Circle connection.. A case where a dead bull was found in the center of a crop circle drew my attention. Apparently the grass never grew at that spot ever again, which incidentally was the spot where the bull was buried… Weird? Well, yes, but this is not a recipe blog.
The whole thing got me thinking, and I remembered a post by Whitley Strieber, in which he briefly discusses Human Mutilation cases he followed for a while.
Then, in 2001, I began to hear of a large number of mutilation murders taking place in northern New Jersey?in fact, within about forty miles of my old cabin. These were absolutely terrifying stories, to say the least. At first, I thought they must be a hoax, but subsequently was forced to place them in the realm of the unknown.
These stories involved the remains of street people being found mutilated like cattle, on the roofs of buildings . Worse, they had been drowned by being taken to such a depth in the ocean that their lungs showed pressure damage.
So these street people were being taken, having their genitals and tongues and eyes and lips cut off, then being plunged into the sea a hundred miles away and drowned, then dropped back on the roofs of buildings.
How’s that for weird? Although we have to take all these accounts and stories with a grain of salt…
A little search and I came across a post in in which the author describes a case in Brazil, along with photos..

UPDATE: THE POST IS NO LONGER ONLINE. (but that means absolutely nothing)

Some Facts:
1. Although the victim had been dead for forty-eight to seventy-two hours there was no sign of being eaten by animals or starting to rot, as would be expected.
2. There was no smell.
3. Bleeding from the wounds had been minimal.
4. The lips and flesh from the face had been cut away.
5. The eyes, ears and tongue had been removed.
6. Neat round holes, one to one and a half inches in diameter, had been made on the shoulders arms and head, stomach and anus and tissue and muscle had been extracted. The holes had not been made by bullets.
7. The major organs within the chest cavity had been removed, a perfect small hole having been made through which extensive digestive organs had been extracted.
8. The scrotum, but not the penis had been removed, and all pubic hair had disappeared.
9. The rectum had been cored out. Despite the devastating mutilations, there was no sign that the victim had been bound or had struggled in any way
Typical mutilation technique, but on a human. Creeped out yet? The author goes on to discuss further inquiries, which typically ended up in a cover-up fashion..
I had been warned by a prominent UFOlogist, that there was a lid "screwed down tighter than you would believe in regards to human mutes."
I am thinking.
Surgical mutilations on cattle. Crop Circles. Spirals. Unknown Energy. Hostile Action. Murder.
Millions of people missing every year…
What if a small percentage of those… you know what I’m getting at.
What if it is not all misinformation, hoax, coincidence, unknown natural forces? What if it is not even aliens?
What if the “Phantom Surgeons of the Plains” are the front guard of something bigger? Like an Operation Trojan Horse?
We may not have much time left to see the big picture. If only it wasn’t so fragmented..

Friday, January 8, 2010

Snow Circles are the new Crop Circles?


Wow. It would come to that, as the Crop Circle Phenomenon is not receding, rather, intensifying in design and area coverage. So, here come Snow Circles. Reported by this guy who can apparently sense Crop Circle creation, they give an interesting new edge, as there are no human footprints around, and you cannot walk on snow without leaving footprints, right? Now that’s interesting.
What’s also interesting is that the snow in the circles took more time to melt than the snow around it!

When it melted all that remained was a typical Crop Circle.

This sounds more and more like a parallel-reality activity, undeterred by weather or human activity. Robbert van den Broeke, the man who has published all that info, has watched Crop Circle formation several times and reports luminous Orbs on every occasion, and photographing them on more than one. Most photographs have an uncanny resemblance to UFOs…


All those things must be tied together somehow. It makes more and more sense. Orbs, UFOs, Crop Circles, feelings of weirdness (Van den Broeke reports strange whoozy feelings when a crop circle is about to form, and that is why he has been so successful in watching them form by Orbs.
Dion Fortune comes to mind, describing how when the “Veil” is thin in some areas, tingling feelings occur, along with sounds and light… How’s that for coincidence? The fact that she is a known magick scholar should not deter comparison. After all, it was Jacques Vallee who proved that all that was, is again. Names change, but the essence remains the same.
All we need is clarity of mind. The connection is here. We just can’t see it yet.