The overall purpose of Newsspellcom.org has been to demonstrate that the making of history, and everything one perceives through the conduit of modern media, may be nothing more than a theatrical illusion – a trick of light and sound accompanied by the power of psychological suggestion.
This is how mass consciousness and perception are shaped into specific and prevailing belief paradigms.
Uncomfortable and unfathomable as that realization may be for both loyal readers and the masses in general to face, nonetheless, empirical evidence has been established this is in fact what prevails. But there is also the macro-vision, as it were, one must always consider. What if, this entire three-dimensional existence, the prism through which our collective consciousness perceives light and sound as material reality, is in fact an illusion – perhaps a holographic projection of some kind? What if, through the power of suggestion, it is only that our collective consciousness has somehow agreed, via psychological consensus, into deceiving itself to believe that which is an illusion is material reality?
Reserving an in depth exploration of that speculative premise for another time, one chooses to re-examine another pivotal event in American history – the presidency of Richard Nixon and the infamous and watershed political event known as the Watergate scandal.
Comparatively speaking, the JFK assassination of 1963, and the Watergate scandal that plagued and ultimately meant the demise of an American presidency, had one thing in common – they were both pieces of historical theater in the era of post-truth America.
But, Nixon was not the only character portrayed by a host actor involved in this scripted example of grand historical theater. Continue reading “Watergate covered up more sinister crime (Part II)”