Thursday 31 March 2011

Stewart Swerdlow

Stewart Swerdlow is a Montauk survivor and a helper of people.

Webster Tarpley: Al Qaeda and U.S. Now Allied

Pornography - The Secret History of Civilisation

Via Top Documentary Films

Lets Pretend

William Cooper was a difficult man but he had some important things to say.

The Surprising History of Sex and Love

Via Top Documentary Films

ECETI Ranch & Black Ops Government

I blogged recently about James Gilliland and his extraordinary connection to UFO sightings over the ECETI Ranch near Mount Adams, Washington. I feel very comfortable listening to people who are humble and spiritual talking about these subjects and James is exactly that. He did talk about government harassment in those videos I posted including chemical spraying, bullets and black helicopters with equipment that seems to disrupt human energies for want of a better explanation.

I've just learned that the legal harassment is becoming intolerable and expensive and that this may force ECETI Ranch to close. This is a shame and unreasonable in light of official statements that there's no substance to the claims being made by the ranch. If there's nothing there, why the pressure to close them down? Why the persecution?

You can listen to William Henry's latest interview with James Gilliand over at Unknown Country.

Benevolent UFOs Over Japan?

I've been keeping an eye on this story for a few weeks but the sheer volume of video content with odd shapes flying into the picture is way beyond the capacity of a people who have just been decimated by an earth shock, tsunami and radiation contamination. People have got better things to do than make Youtube clips so it's worth digging around for yourself and making your own mind up.

Ian Taylor

I first met Ian in Phnom Penh about 10 years ago when I was probably one of only two Western Planners in Thailand. He was just about to move to Bangkok to do the same job so we had something in common from the get go. Ian was quickly cynical about the advertising proposition process (long before it became fashionable to diss propositions) so he wrote a bit of code that produced an auto proposition  generator. I found it hilarious (and unnervingly accurate given the politics that goes into that process).

Since then we've both moved on from the high octane world of consumer materialism. Aside from being a truly gifted photographer, Ian is the single most interesting Asia adventurer and traveller I know. He just got back from a resumed Kayak trip down the coast of Burma and Thailand as the first attempt had to be cut off due to some exotic tropical illness he picked up. Probably from eating wild roots and strange sea marsupials or something.

Last time we hooked up for a chat Ian had me gagging at the bit to fly to Calcutta with tales of poets and Marxist philosophers trying to hold onto some sort of anti materialist ideology in the face of rampant consumerism and erm not much money. I'd fit in there wouldn't I?

Ian's now pinging between Hong Kong and Bangkok a bit more. All of his photography makes me envious but if there's one thing Ian nails better than anyone it's his kids shots. Go check his work out over here if you want a guy to squeeze a great photo out.

i am

...listening to trance again after many years of looking down upon it as inferior to minimal techno and 'for the kids'. However technically most of Booka Shade's work is trance if you speed it up a wee bits and I've loved most of their work. So it's trance on Thursday. Break out the glow sticks :)

Barefoot Running

I've taken up running again and I noticed my new unused trainers nearly disintegrated at the seams. They've been in storage for a long time and under hot conditions so the glue appears to have perished. Instead of waiting to buy a new pair and in the spirit of just doing it I went for a barefoot run and I really like it. The feet took a few weeks to get over the blisters I created but they've healed and seem to be tougher now, though on hot days I'm probably cooking the soles of my feet too so I'm careful to choose specific surfaces and take advantage of soil and grass wherever I can.

As is the case with much of my life these days, I think about things and then it drops into my data stream and so this presentation on barefoot running turned up on last week. It starts off with some dance but settles into the topic after that.

I really like the no ipod, pseudo psycho geography, plain shorts and contact with ground feel. I get a fair bit attention from people which makes the runs more fun and fly by quicker than if I was kitted out with brand labels, jogging software and expensive trainers. It's just me, some shorts and ...well that's it really. Feels good and might not be for everyone but is working out for me.

Wednesday 30 March 2011

unplugging the PATRIARCHY

Culture Coopting Conspiracy

The only culture that matters is counter culture. The rest is an operating system such as television and mainstream media. I've been wondering for the last couple of months why the History Channel would publish those Ancient Aliens documentaries which pretty much served up what you need to know on a plate. I feel suspicious of what might come next with that little bit of earned credibility once some news that we're sitting on becomes mainstream. Let's wait and see.

This thoughtful interview by Josh Reeves of  The Global Reality with Michael Tsarion has some proper grown up thinking in it.

Happy Civil War

There's a bunch of minor details that Robert D Steele and I may disagree on but in general he's bang on the money. Another feature of this video to those of you who are dissatisfied with your blogging is that Robert gives a number of tips that have worked for me in the past. The benefit of following the tips Robert gives is you may find yourself developing a more authentic voice as a blogger and commensurate with that, a more robust following.

Michael Tsarion

Michael Tsarion reminded me to go back to check on Jordan Maxwell's work so I owe him one. His gentle Irish accent in this interview is a wonderful way to listen to a history of the world that is maliciously concealed by people who regrettably have an agenda of war and misery that only involves you when it's time to fight (for them) or flight (from their misery). The benefit of listening to Michael Tsarion is that you can do something like tidy up your front room, sell shit you don't need anymore on ebay or do the washing up while you learn new information that may mean not needing to fight or flight again.  The other benefit of this interview is you may start to figure out who is manipulating who and keep a black hand from throttling your potential. 

It's your potential so you get to decide. Not me.

Search Me

I've done 31473 Google Searches. That doesn't include all the searches between 1998 when I first started to use a Google account around 2002 or 2003 or all the searches between 1995 and 1998 on excite, hotbot, alta vista and mama 

Can you let me know how many Google searches you if your history is similar to mine please? You can find yours in Google search history.

17011 Youtube Videos

I've watched 17011 Youtube videos. Is that average? The figure is in your account overview.

Jordan Maxwell

I had a short fuse the last time I listened to Jordan Maxwell because he was so gloomy, despondent and negative about the state of the world so I didn't finish his interview but I'm listening to someone else being interviewed on the topic of astro-theology and they are raving about his classic slideshow presentation from the 90's that was influential to many people around the world and I can see immediately it is indeed authoritative.

Jordan has had a life of persecution and is a legend in the anti conspiracy movement. Even if only 5% of his stories are true he's suffered more than a man deserves to suffer though as he would be the first to admit. Many have died attempting to share similar information and as I understand it Jordan has had someone looking over his shoulder with a voice that has told him to run for his life on two occasions that I'm aware of.

I'm saving these as playlists in Youtube but I'm not sure if the embed will play it as this. If anybody could let me know that would be great.

Tuesday 29 March 2011

Why Are Brands So Lonely?


Well worth listening to if you missed my Princesses post.

The Holographic Universe (Part Two)

Even if you didn't see the first part, the second is still worth jumping into because of the clarity of explanation.

Plastic Beach - Midway Atoll

There are a handful of lines in the Bible that stand out for me and this is one:

For what shall it profit a man if he gains the whole world and lose his own soul - Matthew 16: 26.

One of the most depressing sights I've seen in Asia was the plastic bottles, shoes, rugby balls, pegs and what not I encountered on the isolated beaches of Lamma just over a year ago. Asians really are even worse than other parts of the planet for junking plastic in beautiful parts of nature and caring nothing about it. More on the plastic garbage pool killing off our wildlife over here.

Holographic Universe

Jerusalem UFO

Many of the serious ex military types who are whistle blowing on UFO's say that 90% of the unidentified flying objects are run by GovCorp types using back engineered technology they have no intention of giving to civilians.

I've no idea what this video is but I just love the symbology of UFO's appearing over the Dome of the Rock Islamic mosque in Jerusalem. In this day of home CGI software, no video footage will ever prove satisfactory evidence though I do like this Romanian Tourist clip below that has just appeared on Youtube. My own preferred myth making is that like the crop circle symbology it's an ET message saying to the venal elites on Earth that their game is up and that our Galactic brethren have better toys. But then maybe that's just wishful thinking. Take a look.

Monday 28 March 2011

Joseph P Farrell - (D.Phil.) Pembroke College, Oxford University

The title of this interview, Nazi International, refers to Joseph Farrell's most recent book, in which he details - as do Camelot witnesses Jim Marrs and Peter Levenda and many other researchers (including Jim Keith, who died in unusual circumstances and to whom we pay tribute here) - how the Nazis were experimenting with technology extremely advanced for their time, and how many Nazi scientists, evaluated as being valuable resources for post-war America, were repatriated to the US under Operation Paperclip.

Farrell, like Peter Levenda, is essentially an academic: a document researcher who digs deep into historical detail and has become fascinated, as many others have, with the hidden history of the Third Reich. He has continued Igor Witkowski's and Nick Cook's research into the enigmatic Nazi Bell: an experimental device, classified at the highest level, that seems to have been used to investigate time distortion effects or antigravity - very possibly both - based on the beginnings of theoretical torsion physics that was being developed in the 1920s and 1930s by a number of brilliant European scientists, themselves very much ahead of their time. 

In this interview, Bill Ryan takes the lead and talks with Joseph Farrell in some depth about his work. The interview takes the viewer on a journey which starts before the Second World War, and explores just what German scientists may have been doing in great secret, with the full support of the SS. And, as the title of the video indicates, the story by no means ends there. This video may be of considerable interest to students of wartime advanced technology, and of the hidden history of the Third Reich.

The McKenna Archive

Between the cold dead claws of heartless capitalism's copyright control and another of concealed organisations that shut down Youtube channels spilling much of the sensational information that isn't to be found on mainstream media's boobtube are a small group of independant and determined people who either create content or as in the case of the McKenna Archive are heroically uploading hundreds and hundreds of hours of content and often in multiple channels to avoid the three strikes and you're out loss of countless hours of laborious work. I've just learned that the McKenna archive (the first one to methodically upload as many talks as possible with the least interference) have opened up a new channel. So now you know.

Sunday 27 March 2011

Mel Fabrigas (Veritas) Interviews Bill Ryan & Kerry Cassidy

I'm unable to save this as a playlist so if you want to see more you'll need to go and use Youtube's insanely crappy search engine which for a heavy set list user like myself means a lot of effort trying to see people's uploaded work in sequence. 

I've blogged Bill Ryan's work before and Mel Fabrigas is one of the best interviewers on the alternative scene. Kerry isn't my favourite interviewer but she often compensates for that with a highly tuned bullshit detector of the type Moms all round the world are blessed with. These days I'm so turned off by studio production with cosmetic productions that I no longer look sniffily at the genre of amateur sleuthing. I'm devouring investigative reporting of this nature and lap up all of the content, irrespective of whether I think it sounds loopy because there's always something there even despite the disinfo game which invariably seems to play out with ex forces and poacher turned gamekeeper types. 

It's still valuable material even if only to hone our own reasoning powers. Though reason seems to be an odd word to use because the reasons seem self evident for the activities of a self selecting few but "reason" per se doesn't quite work out in the world of whistle blowing. You can see for yourself. This interview is very much about personalities but touches on most of Bill and Kerry's important work and may serve as a useful way of asking yourself if what they say is fantastic, then why do they say it in such an utterly plausible way including the sort of slight bickering that one only encounters when the truth is at stake. That's worth taking on board.

What was supposed to be a rather short update on the respective projects of Kerry Cassidy and Bill Ryan, turned out to be a full two hour interview. It is a very personal interview that discusses the reasons and forces involved with the Project Camelot breakup. We then discussed some of the witnesses and projections for the next few years. To say this is probably the most candid and personal interview I have done with fellow truth seekers would be an understatement. I emphasized that their synergistic relationship still does make a difference. I wish Kerry and Bill much health and success and hope to meet again on a yearly basis to discuss their investigations.

Kerry Lynn Cassidy (Project Camelot) has a BA in English with graduate work in Sociology, an MBA certificate from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management, and was competitively selected to attend a year of film school at the UCLA Extension Short Fiction Film Program as one of their first "hyphenates": a writer-director-producer. After 19 years in Hollywood working for major studios and independent production companies in production, development and new media, she has written a number of screenplays, acquired the movie rights to the Wingmakers story in 2003, and started work on her own UFO documentary in 2005.

Bill Ryan (Project Avalon) has a BS in Mathematics with Physics and Psychology. For the last 27 years he has been a management consultant, specializing in personal and team development, leadership training and executive coaching. In November 2005 he inaugurated the Project Serpo website, the report of an alleged disclosure, in stages, of a US-alien exchange program claimed to have taken place over 40 years ago. While he had been interested in UFOs, Free Energy research, and alternative medicine for over thirty years, his first contact with the UFO community at large occurred after establishing the Serpo website.

Saturday 26 March 2011

Cosplay Meditations

Did a bit of location scouting today and came across a Cosplay scene at the Sirikit Convention Centre who were there to raise money for charity to help the Japanese out after their recent earthquake. The gentleman above was dressed to kill so I taunted him with an invite to torture me and blow my brains out. He obliged my request though what is less obvious is how gay his voice was during this pose. A sort of campy faux moaning that his arm was aching keeping me pinned down.

Something I forgot about people who use cameras for a living is how long they take to set a shot up so I used the time to chill out and work on my breathing and meditation. Instead of being irritable while angles and setting were being worked on I found myself needing to be reminded that the next location had to be checked.

The Clockwork Orange T Shirt seems an incongruous addition to the setting but the colour orange tied in nicely with the Saffron material around the shrine and I am very interested in Kubrick's work at the moment as you may recall. I'm rarely this chilled but that's how  ten minutes of deep diving works out these days. I'm finding it all very interesting.

The New Humans - Star Children & Indigos?

A 12-year-old child prodigy has astounded university professors after grappling with some of the most advanced concepts in mathematics. Jacob Barnett has an IQ of 170 - higher than Albert Einstein - and is now so far advanced in his Indiana university studies that professors are lining him up for a PHD research role.

It's striking how many traits of the so called star seed children that Jacob has. Watch this video below for a gripping presentation of a new breed of children who have widely documented unique powers.

Friday 25 March 2011

Cave of Forgotten Dreams

We're a species with amnesia says Graham Hancock over and over again. Given how little we know of our origins and how suspect the whole academia peer review process is (homogeneous story telling by committee) it's important to embrace the mystery of our existence. 

We can barely tell what it was like 500 years ago apart from rudimentary and subjective texts but still we behave like most people can describe the downfall of Rome, the origins of enlightenment or the inspiration for the renaissance. Wind the clock back further and we're looking at a film by Werner Herzog of cave paintings. They cry out with more elegance than the crudeness of early cave man as if to say it's not us you want to pay attention to. It's the fleeing animals. We're just in a cave painting the last sight of nature we saw before escaping. Well that's my fantasy for the day. Who knows?

Time Anxiety

An excellent interview in which Terence explains some of the characteristics of time that some of you may find helpful as we experience the acceleration of its qualities. There's discussion of Terence's controversial and 'logos' inspired use of the I Ching in here thought I find the cross parallels between Terence's Timewave Zero and Clif High's Webbot absolutely gripping.

The Lost Interview

Terence McKenna's last interview in Hawaii by @erik_davis. Terence is dying of brain cancer so it's subdued and wistful but still essential listening.

Bill Ryan & Avalon

It may well be the case that I will return to this some day with embarrassment. I originally set out to learn about quantum mechanics and mysticism but try as I might I couldn't avoid the UFO question without conceding that there are way too many credible accounts of experiences to ignore without saddling oneself unnecessarily with narrow mindedness. I can almost see a comparative studies course in alien life and religion. The Temple Mount UFO thing a couple of months ago struck me as being vague enough to tick the check box of UFO, military Psyops or religious phenomena. But absolutely not a weather balloon, satellite or aeroplane. Check for yourself at the end of my overly long Exopolitics post to form your own opinion. There's more angles of the event on Youtube since then too.

The fun thing about 21st century exopolitics study is the sheer scale and diverisity of the topic which ranges coherently from back engineered repressed technology to ruling elites and masonic deal making. The dirty costly energy question is the sore thumb that sticks out in that last scenario. It's almost an embarrassment that we're entirely reliant on dead plants to move about yet at the other end of the scale we're punching holes in the universe at CERN. The only credible answer for that is the corporations or military industrial complex are holding the goods back. Fossil energies are brilliant for manipulating an entire species. Zero point energies are to say the least a disruption to that business model that tears the quarterly report sheet to shreds (are you listening advertising?). Any confusion why we don't have those technologies yet isn't hard to fathom though you should Google 'repressed technology' to establish that for yourself.

And so I'm publishing the Bill Ryan follow up interview to the one I published the other day. I find his manner thoughtful, constructive and well informed in a manner that is almost impossible to emulate without being authentic. But you again, you need to to do the legwork yourself. Time and again I find the most vocal 'debunkers' have done the least open minded review of the available information.

Charles Bukowski

I finished off Bukowski's Post Office yesterday. It's as near flawless a book as I've ever read and I greatly enjoyed rereading it. Aside from Bukowski's signature simplicity which in some ways is close to Orwell's loathing of unnecessary complex words the commentary is very much one of mechanized, process driven 'scientific process' America. Where clocking in and clocking out, and how to stand during coffee breaks leads to an extraordinary goverment agency regulating the most trivial of tasks through nauseous bureaucracy.

I'm always struck how bureaucrats are never fingered for having no other option than to create more rules to justify their existence. The only option as I see it, is to fire them not keep them busy. Indeed their job function should include a larger bonus the quicker they can achieve their goal and lose their jobs. In an ideal world bureaucrats would be a free floating army like the Chinese migrant workers assembling as swat teams when anything became so dysfunctional that change was needed without the commitment to regulating that change ad infinitum.

I laughed loud more than once rereading the following passage where he is reminded of the awesome security benefits in working for the Post Office

Security? You could get security in jail. Three squares and no rent to pay, no utilities, no income tax, no child support. No license plate fees. No traffic tickets. No drunk driving raps. No losses at the race track. Free medical attention. Comradeship with those with similar interests. Church. Roundeye. Free burial.

Thursday 24 March 2011

Johan Galtung on "The Fall of the US Empire"

Good points made on how in the long term it paid huge dividends for the British and Soviet Union to relinquish their empires. Not that you'll see that sort of discussion in American media other than the admirable Democracy Now.

The Experiment

Most of what the interviewee "Charles" has to say tallies with other sources I've reviewed, but like every quasi poacher turned gamekeeper interview I've seen from CIA drug runners to super soldiers or masonic ritualists their agenda is questionable, gritted with bias and spiked with disinformation . That doesn't mean it's not worth watching and Bill the interviewer does an admirable job of interviewing a psychopath who in some quarters would be labelled a constructive sociopath. Clueless losers not withstanding.


Oddly enough after my MESSENGER and Mercury Rising posts I discovered that NASA commissioned astronaut Stuart Atkinson to write a poem about Mercury. It's on the NASA MESSENGER website and to say the least is intriguing.

Wednesday 23 March 2011

Terence McKenna - The Angel Within The Monkey

Dolores Cannon & The Convoluted Universe

I ignored Dolores Cannon at first because of a slight bias I have in a rapidly diminishing list of biases towards people who don't fit my picture of clever and urbane. Dolores doesn't go into the dimensional and multi universe stuff here that is absolutely on the nail but instead flies with full on stories about the sequencing of colour in the universe which is essential viewing if only because nobody ever talked about the idea of coloured universes  and experimental ones with cuboid planets and geometric polygonal orbits. You may think she's making that stuff up but her M Theory is way more advanced than your average rocket scientist. Word.

This next clip I'm also adding because it's also a real sweetspot use of Kraftwerk's Das Model and because Aunty Dolores is more radical than any scientist at CERN but a whole lot safer.

Orgy Lovers Unite

Once in a blue moon and maybe even less than that, I want to get in contact with you more directly and with greater certainty. I'm adding the Google Connect embed so I can do that. Please join up if gang membership appeals. 

You know the score, uprisings, civil disobedience, anti corporate greed, eco terrorism and general trouble making.

Turned Off TV

I know I've blogged about 'But does it float' before, but today's offering is hitting my Z spot if I can use that expression for the zeitgeist demonisation of the end of the TV era I'm noticing. 

Here's a couple of turned off TV's below. Something I almost feel affectionate for from a bygone age when screens played out a unique signature of light-drama at the electric curtain call. 

I've rejected a TV screen in my home for years now to the point that when I visit other peoples homes I'm taken aback how intrusive and badly informed the TV is. Like an ungrateful house guest. Bellicose and belligerent.

Tuesday 22 March 2011


It's not often I can sit through a 160 minutes of unvarnished Hollywood with a poorly rated 10 year old movie but I just did. It's called The Postman and I can't remember who suggested I should watch it but I think it's closely linked to the John Titor story I've been intrigued by recently. The post apocalyptic details are uncannily similar.

The hook that was most interesting in this otherwise pedestrian movie was the idea that it wasn't what was said or done that motivated disparate groups to rise up against the Barbarian impersonating Bethlehem character, but rather mishap, serendipity, legend and myth coalescing around a couple of peaceful ideals. By the time Costner slips on postal uniform and a tells a few fibs to cadge a free meal, he had worked his way into a dispirited people's conciousness and the idea of a great hero reuniting the former United States grows to become an epic story. This galavanised people into writing letters to long lost connections in a post-electric-grid world. One threatened by marauding armies extracting taxes and punishment.

I admit I also watched it as a sort of compromise movie as I felt my girlfriend would enjoy the ease of comprehension and the romantic scenes which Costner delivers on with admirable fortitude. I could barely stifle a giggle from the idea of a pseudo postman getting laid in city to city from women yearning for pregnancy from post-nuclear sterile husbands. Hot bath and free meals too. What's not to like about that?

But the odd synchronicities encouraged me to sit through the movie because it occurred to me that I'm also reading Bukowski's Post Office, and then there's the success of the first satellite called MESSENGER to orbit Mercury only days ago and for some reason I feel that Mercury is the definitive under rated planet to be given sufficient analysis compared to the two that NASA is obsessed by. Mars (God of War) and Saturn from the Greek Chronus which means time and who was also the father of Zeus.

Mercury is of course the obvious choice if one wanted to play the Vatican and assign a patron saint to advertising. The messenger. Hermes. Closest planet to the Sun. You heard it here first.