To many sports fans, this installment may be perceived as an unfortunate plunge into absurdity’s bottomless abyss.
Nevertheless, as always, one is determined to proceed, despite the risk of offending the overly delicate sensibilities of those stricken with acute psychological and emotional weaknesses.
We have learned, during the course of our previous investigations into the world of professional sports, it has become possible to arrive at the following conclusions: 1.) Sports are primarily a profit driven arena of organized spectacles that, though appearing to be legitimately contested athletic competitions, consist of theatrically scripted outcomes which are controlled by high-level masonic initiates, whom, in cooperation with local, state, municipal, and federal officials – whether indirectly or directly – actively collude with the vested interests of the gaming industry headquartered both, domestically, in Las Vegas and, overseas, in the royal principality of Monaco, 2.) The contrived and highly-controlled arena of professional sports exists not only as a potent vehicle to widely promote the covert goals of social and political agendas, but to create modern heroic myths that allegorically mirror occult and pagan oriented myths or legends.
In perhaps no other professional sporting spectacle has this state of routine affairs become more historically evident than in the sport of American professional boxing.
In this installment, we will examine the career of one such professional boxer, Carl “The Truth” Williams, who, as it turns out, not only faked his death in 2013, but has been identified as the perpetrator of, what could be considered, the grandest of masquerades ever staged in the storied history of the world of professional sports. Continue reading “Can “Carl Williams” handle the Truth?”→
As the title implies, one shall attempt to once again examine the true nature of one of the most effective psychological operations utilized by the ruling elite Jesuit families – the sports and entertainment complex.
For this installment, one shall briefly transition the focus away from the centrifugal concept explored in the recent past concerning the actor based reality and examine the purpose(s) for which the American sports and entertainment complex was created, how it is maintained, and to identify the psychological factors in maintaining its hegemony over the lives of the masses.
This subject matter happens to coincide with the recent government psychological operation unleashed in Florida, in so far as the identical mass manipulative psychological dynamics utilized to maintain the socio-political effectiveness of such intelligence operations are common to that of the sports and entertainment complex.
Perhaps even for loyal readers, the conclusion(s) presented here shall not be perceived as comfortable notions to contemplate, and as usual, shall no doubt be dismissed out of hand by some. The pursuit of truth often implies one shall be forced to forge their own path through a desolate, lonely and dangerous wilderness.
Utilizing keen analysis, certain psychologists have managed to delve into the depths of the almost hysterical devotion demonstrated by those sports enthusiasts who from week to week and game to game seem willing to vicariously live and die based on the success or failure of their favorite hometown team.
Upon first glance, the average sports fanatic’s most extraordinary devotion would appear irrational. Sports fans seem dedicated to a tremendous risk taking venture in balancing on the emotional and psychological knife edge.
Perhaps for many, therein lies the inherent thrill.
But, too often for most NFL fans, their extreme and almost sadistic emotional attachment appears to ricochet between the apex of euphoria when one’s favorite team is victorious, but when the same team goes down to perilous defeat, euphoria invariably transforms to utter despair.
This has always seemed to be an extraordinary phenomenon. On the other hand, when one learns and understands what truly occurs in the mind of the average NFL fan during such wild pendulum swings of emotion, this state of affairs no longer remains so extraordinarily mysterious. One wonders however, what sort of rapturous reaction will occur when millions of sports fans finally come to the realization their emotional investments have been artificially manipulated by psychological forces of which they remain largely unaware, and that their great expenditures of energy were wasted on predetermined entertainment spectacles they’ve in fact been conditioned to believe were legitimate sporting contests?
Yes folks, in the final analysis, NFL football is truly more than just a game – it is both a grand and predetermined spectacle derived from the traditions of masonic ritual.
In this installment, one shall examine the details of just how it is the NFL and the larger world of sport represents a scripted theatrical production.
Many former NFL stars, after starring on the professional gridiron, have gone on to star in Hollywood films.
If one has been following this particular series of blog posts, one has learned the art of acting and the world of sports are indeed synonymous. In order to become rich and famous in America, one must either have the good fortune of being born into a prominent family bloodline, or be willing to bargain what is perhaps the most precious commodity a human being possesses-their soul.
While most are enjoying their chips and dips, ice cold six packs, and donning the official jersey of their favorite NFL franchise or star player, here at Newspellcom.org., one shall continue to pose the one pertinent question most fans never seem to consider:
Is the NFL fixed, or is it legitimate?
Yes, it is that time again in America, when a large percentage of the public becomes fixated on the minute details of every play, every pass, even the dramatic human interest story lines developed to maximize the entertainment quotient of the slate of games offered every Sunday, and Monday, and yes, sometimes even Thursday. Because, professional football has displaced baseball as America’s favorite pastime, and Americans just can’t seem to get enough. But, little does the average NFL fan seem to be aware, the games are scripted spectacles, and not, as the prevailing perception would have it, legitimate sporting contests.
Oh, but one doesn’t think conspiracies exist in the NFL?
Well, think again, folks.
Not only do NFL owners conspire with mainstream television network presidents and Las Vegas gaming interests, but this practice isn’t novel. In fact, conspiracies are just business as usual. Truth is, it would be completely surprising if all of these elements did not conspire with one another to ensure profit margins for their stockholders.
The product inventory marketed by the NFL represents the result of perhaps the tightest quality control of all the professional sports leagues. And, with nearly six billion in annual revenues on the line, the league does anything in its legal control to ensure the highest rated teams and the most popular players make it onto American television screens during prime-time viewing hours.
However, what if one were to discover, the games one watches religiously every Sunday afternoon were scripted like a Hollywood movie, or perhaps even a reality television series? What if some of the head coaches, and most famous, and heralded players, to have ever suited up to play the game of professional football, were merely actors operating under pseudonyms, and were not who one thought they were?
Stay tuned folks, for this installment of Newsspellcom.org, may be just as rough to take as if one were to suit themselves up, and step out on the field, to play what is reputedly the most violent professional sport ever conceived by the mind of man. So, tighten your chin straps, and fasten your shoulder pads, because for the average NFL fan encountering this information for the first time, one offers a word of caution before proceeding; this may be rougher than any good old smash mouth football contest ever played. Continue reading “All in the game: NFL fixed or legit? (Part VI)”→
Many who happen to visit this blog may be uncomfortable with the occult concepts discussed.
But, Shakespeare was correct, the world is indeed, a stage.
The major news stories presented to the public are nothing more than staged theater, the result of media sorcerers casting spells, modern technology representing their magic wand. Believe it or not, the NFL, as America’s most popular sports entertainment, falls under this peculiar rubric. Beyond the entertainment factor and the acquisition of billions in profits, America’s game exists for a distinct social purpose. This however, may escape the notice, or consideration of the average sports fan. In previous installments of this series of blog posts, I outlined the NFL’s dubious history, its myriad connections with not only organized crime, but it’s ongoing clandestine relationship with the Las Vegas gaming industry.
Some of it’s most renowned players have become household names, some even hoisted to the level of mythological and providential status, cults of personality transcending the parameters of the game itself. Here, one shall attempt to delve into the latter concept in order to examine it’s societal significance. Out of all the thousands of world class athletes donning NFL uniforms, why are some illuminated by the limelight, while others, just as arguably talented, pass into almost total obscurity? The answers one shall attempt to provide, shall not be expected, and as usual, considered to be unconventional, and even, by most, assuredly outlandish.
It turns out, the numbers stitched on your favorite players jersey, have more than an identifying purpose. As one shall soon observe, the elites who own the media, the banks, the US government, and yes, even the NFL, script your reality by the numbers, utilizing numerology codes.
Be that as it may, one must recognize the very man credited as the founding father of professional football, Alonzo Stagg, was himself a high degree mason. Professional football as a mass spectator sport, ostensibly represents not just a popular entertainment vehicle, but a well defined social purpose, in providing heroes to be held up as models of accepted social behavior, and in addition, a segregating microcosm of tribal warfare. The latter concept is part and parcel of how the elites maintain their hegemony over a divided, distracted, and ultimately conquered mass populace.
In previous posts, I discussed the economic structure of the NFL business model, of how the NFL’s 32 franchises, due to revenue sharing and collective bargaining, are not individual businesses, but represent a collective and monolithic entity. Player contracts explicitly stipulate the terms and conditions are not guaranteed. Therefore, no matter the stature in terms of fan popularity, these men are essentially performing slaves of their ownership masters, albeit well paid slaves.
Whether Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Tim Tebow, all must adhere to the strict terms and conditions stipulated in their contracts, or risk the unceremonious end to their lucrative careers. In essence, rebellion risks forfeiting material wealth, applause, and worshipful mass acclaim.
Human nature being what it is, odds are that most, if not all, choose to toe the line set forth by the owners, most of whom are high degree masons, powerful men dialed in with even more powerful political connections. The players are merely their puppets, business assets managed as a side amusement, much like the impresario’s lording over the gladiator’s during the era of ancient Rome.
AARON HERNANDEZ MURDER TRIAL AND SUBSEQUENT SUICIDE HOAX
This topic is bound to be controversial. And yet, one must set aside inherent emotionalism, and observe anew with both eyes and mind wide open. All owners of NFL franchises, belong to high degree masonic orders, attend the same lodges, hob nob at the same exclusive country clubs and restaurants, and can be found traveling in the same glittering social circles along with politicians, television executives, and high level government officials. Politics and professional sports, specifically the NFL, have always shared mutual self-interests, making for the best of conspiratorial bedfellows. So it is with the case of Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots star tight end, indicted, and summarily convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for murder. However, it is unlikely Hernandez ever spent one day in any state penitentiary.
Why, you may ask? Because, like the O. J. Simpson media circus, this was a staged media hoax, of the tabloid sort the media sorcerers can always rely in garnering maximum advertising revenue and to generate political distraction, with a dash of prurient interest thrown in for good measure. In a perverse fashion, stories such as this also serve as a marketing vehicle for the NFL, in that sports talk radio becomes deluged with clueless sports fans yammering over whatever nonsense talking points happen to be thrown out by the talk hosts, brain dead ex-jock ESPN analysts, and their respective media television executives. Rest assured, so long as millions have attentions centered on the juiciest and sexiest details of some concocted tale involving one suicidal NFL gladiator, no attention whatsoever will be paid to the clandestine shenanigans of the ruling elites and their sock puppet politicians. One must realize, professional sports is merely scripted theater, but one element of the profitable enterprise of global freemasonry.
NFL SCRIPTED BY THE NUMBERS
One may be familiar with the concept heralded by the media known as the ’27 club’. This description has normally been applied to dead pop stars such as Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and most recently, Curt Cobain and British pop warbler Amy Winehouse. The number 27 is masonic code for double seven, or the ‘G’ set in the middle of the masonic square and compass. In the case of 27 year old Aaron Hernandez, we have the double 7 in combination with the manner of his reported suicide, which was death by hanging, or the masonic hang man, which also represents the number 7, equaling triple 7, or 777= ‘black jack’. The death by hanging is a reference to a story of masonic lore going back to early nineteenth century Europe. In Spain, during the inquisition, Ferdinand VII rounded up and executed several accepted and free masons, one of whom, Riego, the Hampden of Spain, was jeered by the royal hangman before he was fatally strangled: “I got you, you Freemason, you shall pay for all you have done!”
That’s right folks, the elite high degree masons in control of your scripted media reality are letting you know you’ve been hoaxed again! In addition, we have the number stitched on Hernandez New England Patriot’s jersey, 81, the reverse of which is 18 (masonic law of reversal or reflection) = 666, or the biblical number of man. Six added to seven and we get 13, which represents the capstone attached to the masonic pyramid pictured on your one dollar bill. One of the most renowned of all Freemasons, responsible for the composition of several noted Freemason texts, Manly Hall, said this about the masonic use of numerology (specifically 11/7/or 777): “The creation myths of the world are ‘acroamatic cryptograms’, and the deities of the various pantheons are only cryptic characters which, if properly understood, become the constituents of a divine alphabet and number system.”
In other words, our scripted reality is a geometric construct, based upon the divine alphabet, or PI, the system of mathematics used to build the great pyramid at Giza.
The masons who own and operate the NFL are all about making myths, myths which they hope you will wholeheartedly believe. But, folks, don’t waste your time believing them for one moment!
Originally, this was never meant to be an ongoing series of posts. Nonetheless, due to popular demand, one felt another installment was necessary. There is so much more to add, in proving once and for all, that indeed, the NFL does exert, and from a purely business standpoint, rightfully so, quality control over the delivery of its profitable product. After all, with such a monumental fiduciary responsibility, would one leave the success of a nearly six billion dollar business enterprise up to the whims of chance? However, from a moral perspective, in light of the following facts, one may be compelled to feel differently.