Was Lockerbie disaster media sorcerer’s psychological operation?

Was Lockerbie disaster media sorcerer’s psychological operation?

This installment will begin a new trend. One shall, for a short time, begin to examine some of the more noteworthy and highly publicized media events having occurred outside US borders. The first of these examinations shall center on the air crash of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.

In retrospect, one recalls that almost immediately subsequent to the Lockerbie event, wild and unsubstantiated conspiracy theories began swirling about – unsubstantiated theories proffered by none other than the mainstream media concerning what may have truly happened. This is often a typical component of a psychological operation. The intelligence agencies charged with staging and managing the operation are the very element not only controlling the media narrative, but leaking out post-event disinformation in order to shape public perception.

In the wake of the alleged disaster, one recalls the stateside media sorcerers jumping on the prevailing bandwagon of the terrorist meme. This seemed like an obvious attempt at predictive programming prior to September 11, 2001, a concerted effort by the mainstream media sorcerers to psychologically prepare the public for the eventuality of terrorist mayhem in tandem with the theme of mass transit air travel.

For a while, throughout the era of the 1990’s, one seems to recall there were even intelligence agents seeded among those in the nascent online alternative media spreading ridiculous speculations rogue CIA agents may have been responsible for shooting down the plane with a hand held rocket launcher. But, speculations of this dubious sort are often a byproduct and even programmed into the psychological mechanics of such media stories concocted from covert intelligence sources. Often, CIA and MI6 don’t mind black washing themselves as long as the desired emotional and psychological effect upon the general pubic is achieved.

In truth, all the better to spread the viruses of confusion, cognitive dissonance, and chiefly fear.

It doesn’t matter – these intelligence monsters often reason – whether John Q. Public is afraid of CIA or some bogus terrorist construct dreamed up in the twisted minds of those holed away in Langley’s office cubicles and sub-departments toiling in front of banks of computer screens – as long as the masses remain frozen in fear over some ominous threat – whether legitimate or imagined.

After all, fear and uncertainty stimulate the flow of commerce, and keep profits flowing into the coffers of the ruling elite family monopolies the global intelligence octopus is designed to protect.

Studies conducted by both Tavistock Institute and Stanford Research Center have determined, that when mass psychological trauma is deliberately induced, very often the first impulse of the targeted victim is to rush out to the local shopping malls to buy more useless material rubbish in a spontaneous and possibly desperate effort to stimulate those pleasure centers of the human brain most associated with instant emotional gratification.

This is the psychological conditioning utilized repeatedly on the masses to keep the integrity of the global uniform commercial status quo perpetually intact.

In consideration of this, was the Lockerbie air disaster a deliberately designed psychological operation?

Read on folks, then decide.  Continue reading “Was Lockerbie disaster media sorcerer’s psychological operation?”

Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part XVI)

Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part XVI)

 

Facebook Banner Stephen Perkins[1781]This installment is my Christmas present to all those loyal readers who have repeatedly returned to discover yet another world shaking revelation at Newsspellcom.org.

And please, believe it folks, one may want to take a deep breath before removing the bow and unwrapping this gift. For, what one shall discover lying beneath the colorful wrapping may change your entire perception of reality – perhaps forever!

The more youthful among one’s loyal readers may certainly not recall, but the Ed Sullivan Show represented the most iconic television production in the entire history of the medium. For millions of Americans during the era of the 1950’s and 60’s, Sullivan’s variety hour was perceived to embody the essence of American family entertainment. Even Sullivan’s benign image was such that his show could endure the searing controversy of having featured the risque and hip swiveling Elvis Presley and the mop top Beatles with their loud guitars, and transform what was initially perceived to be dissonant and shocking into a slice of warm apple pie Americana.

But behind the mask of Sullivan’s televised image lurked dark secrets, which until now, many have not bothered to unlock.

As loyal readers know, Newsspellcom.org is always on the search for buried treasure. And the secret treasures buried underneath the carefully conceived all-American image of Ed Sullivan are filled with troves of shining gold. In doing research for this particular installment, one began to truly piece together a more complete picture of the intricate web of deception and nepotism in the American entertainment industry.

Believe it folks, the true identity of Ed Sullivan’s host actor not only opened a clear vista to his close family relationship to other prominent entertainers, but not surprisingly a vital link to the royal bloodlines of the thirteen ruling elite Jesuit families. Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part XVI)”

NBC Lauer sex scandal hoaxes America

NBC Lauer sex scandal hoaxes America

The topics discussed here at Newsspellcom.org have never shied away from controversy. And on this occasion, Newsspell shall prove even less afraid to pinpoint the brand of fake controversy constantly generated by the mainstream media sorcerers. Out of sheer desperation to force feed the public yet another tired social agenda, the ruling elites are beginning to remove the velvet glove and demonstrate their naked iron hand.

Of course, there are still many Americans who shall remain gullible and fall prey time and again to whatever psychological manipulations they find forcibly foisted upon them. Once again, the dark wraith of a shepherd leads the lost souls of willing sheep on a path headed straight for the spiritual slaughterhouse. As an honest and introspective person, one shall admit that once upon a time – when one was younger and much less wise –  I too was susceptible to such crass and puerile media manipulations. But now, all that has changed, and through the enriching journey of a well-traveled life experience one has thankfully acquired the invaluable wisdom of great discernment.

Nonetheless, one shall dutifully proceed to expose the contrived Matt Lauer sex scandal for what it is, which is pure and unadulterated mass manipulative rubbish. The ruling elites are doing what they have always done, which is to divide and conquer the masses along demarcations of social, economic, racial, and of course, their most effective old standby, sex. And this time, they have blatantly opted to accentuate the latter.  Continue reading “NBC Lauer sex scandal hoaxes America”

America’s war for independence: revolution or hoax? (Part III)

America’s war for independence: revolution or hoax? (Part III)

Perhaps many patriotic Americans will dismiss the controversial premise found in this penultimate examination of the American revolution and its most renowned revolutionary figures. But, as became evident in the previous installment concerning Benjamin Franklin, America’s cherished founders may not have been who scholarly historical documentation claims.

In the case of George Washington, often labeled the founder of America, the gulf between objective fact and mythical historical portrayal shall prove to be sharply drawn. That Washington was a land holding aristocrat and not numbered among the hoi polloi shall not prove to be a profound revelation.

However, the actual identity of America’s founder shall no doubt prove shocking.

More revealing still is what the history books have generally omitted concerning the biographical details of Washington’s life and military record prior to the start of America’s alleged revolutionary conflict with Great Britain.

Indeed, one shall soon discover, the historical accounts of Washington’s life, and that of the military victory over Great Britain, may have been wholly cut from mythical cloth. Continue reading “America’s war for independence: revolution or hoax? (Part III)”

Actors in history’s grand stage play (part XV)

Actors in history’s grand stage play (part XV)

Gangsters have grown to occupy a mythological place in American culture. Like the nineteenth century outlaw legends of the old Western American frontier, tales of gangster lore continue to ignite public imagination; they live as inextinguishable bonfires illuminating the darkest caverns of the collective consciousness. The tragic cinematic epic of the Godfather, and the televised melodrama of the Sopranos, have served as psychological keys unleashing the darkest fantasies locked away in the Pandora’s crypt of America’s collective id.

In keeping with the prevailing philosophy that the concept of history represents nothing more than a scripted stage play, one felt an examination of America’s twentieth century gangster mythology was in order, and the story of J. Edgar Hoover, one of America’s most legendary crime fighters, shall figure prominently in this latest installment. Though the fact Hoover was a character played by a host actor shall not surprise loyal readers here at Newsspellcom.org, the premise put forth in explanation of the reason for the creation of gangland mythology, and the true identity of the seemingly larger than life character of Hoover, shall no doubt surprise many. Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (part XV)”

America’s war for independence: revolution or hoax? (part II)

America’s war for independence: revolution or hoax? (part II)

In the last installment, I indicated more information would be provided concerning Benjamin Franklin, one of America’s so-called founding fathers. Like everything else proffered by mainstream historical scholars, the information withheld or omitted is often the most pertinent.

Turns out, old Benny Franklin was not who you thought he was. As suspected, his official biography is filled with more than curious anomalies. Franklin was neither a patriot nor a founding father, but an aristocrat with direct genealogical relations to King George III. There also exists empirical evidence Franklin may have been a British spy.

Yes, you read that right, folks.

Old Benny was an intelligence agent. Not only that, Franklin was a high degree Scottish Rite Freemason. These two historical omissions alone indicate the official narrative popularly proffered by mainstream texts should be held to question.

Alas, they are not. That is, until now! Continue reading “America’s war for independence: revolution or hoax? (part II)”

America’s war for independence: Revolution or hoax? (Part I)

America’s war for independence: Revolution or hoax? (Part I)

One is very well cognizant of the fact the above headline shall be perceived as controversial. Perhaps better to say, heretical bordering on insane. But, an objective and studious analysis of American history does not take such irrelevant emotional considerations into account.

The following may offend some, if not all.

If that be the case, then leave the page now and proceed to interest oneself in more inconsequential and ephemeral subject matter found featured on other blogs. Before falling into emotional hysteria, merely consider the merit of the arguments marshaled forth, and then utilize, if possible, some measure of dispassionate discernment.

A wise man of American letters, Samuel Clemens, once rightly proclaimed this concerning popularly accepted interpretations of American history as mythical folklore, that “one should not believe everything one hears, and even less of what one reads.”

On it’s face, the popularly accepted historical notion that an ill-clad, undernourished, ill-supplied, and poorly armed band of farmers and colonists untested by previous battle could field any sort of viable threat to what was, at that time during the 18th century, the most mighty and battle tested army in the history of organized warfare, much less defeat them in any sort of protracted military campaign is patently and utterly absurd.

But, that is not all folks.

For, as shall be documented in this next series of articles examining what could be construed as the true history of America’s founding, the commander in chief of this rag tag band of colonists armed with pitchforks and broken down muskets, George Washington, was not at all who history claims him to be. This revelation, shall be perhaps the most shocking of all! Continue reading “America’s war for independence: Revolution or hoax? (Part I)”