Into The Twilight Zone with Detective Columbo

Into The Twilight Zone with Detective Columbo

While perusing the title, I can sense what you may be thinking: what would the iconic television character of Detective Columbo have to do with the vintage but short-lived television program, Twilight Zone?

A lot, as it turns out.

How do we know this?

There exists empirical evidence, the creator, narrator and host of the vintage, ground-breaking, and formerly popular television program The Twilight Zone, which featured half-hour long vignettes of speculative fiction during the era of the early 1960’s, did not “die” in the mid-1970’s, but went on to become mainstream television’s lovable, bumbling, but oh so calculating Los Angeles police Lieutenant, Columbo.

Not only was it discovered the career arc of both Serling’s and Falk’s official biographies merge chronologically, but Serling’s features connections to the US military, connections which we’ve witnessed, time and again, represent a suspicious and rather pertinent commonality between nearly every celebrity entertainer/popular culture figure examined in the past.

Further examination of Falk’s biographies revealed telling connections to the prominent family of American merchant bankers, the Rockefellers, and to the historically prescient socio-political formulation of anarcho-communism/Marxism. Continue reading “Into The Twilight Zone with Detective Columbo”

Was The Price Worth It, Bob?

Was The Price Worth It, Bob?

Considering the wider scope of American popular culture and entertainment, television game shows – along with their close siblings daytime talk shows and soap operas – represent the lowest common denominator.

Nevertheless, there is a lot more to the former host of one of America’s longest running game shows, The Price is Right, than initially meets the eye.

Who is Bob Barker, and how is it he remained – for so long – America’s favorite and most beloved, if not premiere, game show host?

While possessing a smooth baritone resembling a trumpet muffled in silk accompanied by a gleaming smile and gregarious manner, Barker was, for decades, the gold standard against which all competitors in the business of game show hosts were measured.

Would you, therefore, become shocked to discover “Bob Barker” was yet another fabricated television character who was about as real as Mister T., the Six Million Dollar Man and Columbo (an installment on that television character is coming next – and is not to be missed!)? Continue reading “Was The Price Worth It, Bob?”

“Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory Part II

“Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory Part II

Within the barb-wired boundaries of our growing American police state, those capable of free thought, penetrative analysis, and genuine creativity are considered revolutionary threats and, perhaps, even domestic terrorists.

And why?

In this age of forced conformity, the very act of free thinking is considered to be more dangerous and ominously threatening than a well-tossed Molotov cocktail.

That is why, communities of mindless trolls – routinely compensated with gift cards and other petty blandishments from gutter rat weasels connected to law enforcement and the blue lodge local mason halls – are recruited and deployed online to perpetrate false claims and to hurl puerile taunts consisting of psychologically-driven derision against those classified as potential threats to the tyrannical status quo.

But their pathetic and cowardly motivations – while backed by the force of arms – are transparent as glass.

For now at least, such rigidly conformist mentalities – infantile imbeciles lacking the capacity to think for themselves and capable only of mindlessly taking orders from so-called authority while unquestioningly obeying the whimsical dictates of ill-conceived laws, rules and regulations – have proved useful to the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families.

In the end, however, they will reap the ultimate reward of their short-sighted folly.

Finally, when they’re not needed anymore, they will all be deemed disposable and then quickly discarded.

At any rate – as they say – on with the show!

Incredibly, there is more to the story of Andy Warhol’s host actor.

Therefore, one felt an additional installment regarding this subject matter was necessary.

Further research into the stunning array of historical figures portrayed by the actor known as Dennis Hopper AKA “Jack” Kennedy has opened an entirely new vista into the post-modern concept of the actor-based-reality.

In the last installment, it was revealed that Hopper was a hidden Hollywood family relation of Jack Nicholson AKA Prince Henrik of Denmark and, also, the hidden brother of pop star Gordon Sumner AKA Sting of 1980’s rock/pop act the Police.

Added to that, it turns out, Hopper has another hidden family member, Hollywood actress/singer Michelle Phillips, who also portrayed a key member of the seminal 1970’s pop group, Abba.

Perhaps more incredibly – and out of the blue (pun intended) – was the discovery His Highness, Prince Henrik of Denmark AKA Hollywood icon Jack Nicholson, the hidden brother of Dennis Hopper AKA “JFK”, has also portrayed a renowned classic rock star once dubbed “The Godfather of Grunge”.

Here’s another stunning revelation loyal readers can expect to find in this installment: It turns out rock/pop act “the Police” was not only managed by a gentlemen with ties to “The Company” located in Langley, Virginia, but their band moniker derived from insider agency slang terminology for the CIA.

But, during the incipient MTV era of the 1980’s, which corresponded with the band’s popular ascendance, the public was also unaware the band’s official biography is a complete fabrication and, both “Sting” and lead guitarist, “Andy” Summers (the twisted folks at CIA love to dangle clues before the general public towards whom they hold nothing short of the most malevolent contempt), were rock star characters portrayed by host actors with genealogical ties to “Jack Nicholson” and, by extension, the Danish royal family.

Continue reading ““Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory Part II”

Coming to Amazon in June! Sky Parlor: A Novel

Coming to Amazon in June! Sky Parlor: A Novel

Coming to Amazon in June!

SKY PARLOR: A NOVEL

From the dawn of man…

Through America’s Civil War and into the distant future…

Two ancient gods have made romance and waged war…

After the Great Rapture…

Will Sky Parlor become their final battlefield?

Do we ever really die…or do we return to live again with those we knew before?

In the future, will man and machine learn to procreate? Continue reading “Coming to Amazon in June! Sky Parlor: A Novel”

“Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory

“Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory

 

The legend of pop artist Andy Warhol – the man credited with having claimed ‘everyone is famous for 15 minutes’ (6/33/high-degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry) – represents the triumph of the psychologically manipulative mass marketing techniques perfected by 20th century social scientists such as Edward Bernays and, as well, the victory of post-modernist solipsism.

Though renowned for his “contributions” to the world of “art”, Warhol was nothing more than a bottom feeding cultural grifter – meaning – the only art the character known as “Warhol” ever perfected was the art of the scam.

Despite becoming one of American popular culture’s most notable figures during the counter-culture era of the 1960’s, Warhol was nothing more than a character played by an actor and a CIA trained social revolutionist playing dress-up; a destabilizing tool of the ruling class designed to psychologically manipulate and condition the proletarian masses to the Marxist/Fabian socialist engineered “changes” that would later, in the 21st century, incrementally and actively reshape the social, political and cultural complexion of the West.

As it turns out though, we have seen “Andy” before, starring in Hollywood productions such as Easy Rider and the cult classic Blue Velvet. Andy’s host actor is also a close and hidden relation to Hollywood icon, Jack Nicholson and popular 1980’s MTV generation pop singer, Gordon Sumner AKA “Sting”.

It also turns out that – with little surprise – Warhol’s host actor and Nicholson are connected to not only Hollywood but have genealogical ties to a prominent European royal family based in Denmark, a royal family with direct lineage to the Farnese, one of the most prominent and ancient of the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families.

Ready for another deep trip down the rabbit hole, folks? Continue reading ““Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory”

Has Freddie Mercury Kept Himself Alive?

Has Freddie Mercury Kept Himself Alive?

I cannot take full credit for what inspired research into the subject featured in the following installment.

However, I will take full responsibility for the results of the published research which will, undoubtedly, be received as controversial and even, by a majority of those still operating under the delusions of mass psychological spells and, worse still, infantilized by mindless hero worship, dismissed out of hand with puerile scorn.

But to those of that ilk, the author’s blanket response is this: I don’t care about your insufferably childish feelings.

Some time ago, one of the author’s loyal readers suggested an in depth research into the career and pop culture persona of the late classic rock singer Fred Mercury might be necessary.

Suffice to say folks, Fred is not dead.

In fact, Fred is not only still alive, he has also been known by a myriad of other famous and even well renowned names, among them, Tony, Steven, and John.

In fact, the legendary and former lead vocalist of the classic rock band Queen has been keeping himself busy and he’s very much alive. Not only is Fred not dead, but his official mainstream biographies represented an embarrassment of riches, a virtual mine of golden nuggets that, quite frankly, one did not have to dig very deeply to unearth.

Furthermore, and perhaps most remarkably, it appears the host actor who portrayed the late rock legend formerly known as “Mercury” possesses a very intriguing genealogical lineage that led one on a trail of research back to the establishment of the American colonies in the 18th century. Continue reading “Has Freddie Mercury Kept Himself Alive?”