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Child-Trafficking/UFO Cults/MKULTRA Ties

Post by deep state » Mon Feb 13, 2017 12:55 am

This piece from reddit came my way recently. At first pass it seems to strongly confirm my own findings with Prisoner of Infinity. There's a lot of speculation in it, but also some promising leads. I'll just throw this out there as something that caught my attention and as a way to get the ball rolling at the forum proper.

(Original post has source links in it)
Thesis: There will be a false flag event surrounding the current mysteries in Antarctica. It appears related to UFO/Alien phenomena as well as free energy technology. This "discovery" will be used to unite us under "New Age" spirituality groups. More research is needed into all of these topics.
While investigating Pizzagate the following connections were made: a woman who had been abused as a child was involved in a ring that is now long gone. Looking into the currently 80+ year old former ringleader, it was found that he/she is connected to a location called Harbin Hot Springs in California. Multiple allegations were found that in the 60s this location was run by a CIA agent, Donald Hamrick, who used psychotherapists to perform MKUltra experiments at the commune inside the Harbin compound called Harbinger. The information that started this investigation as well as the links that followed is documented in a Reddit post (/r/HarbinHotSprings). In order to fully understand the scope and evidence for some of the links below, a thorough understanding of the links sourced in that investigation is needed.

There became a lot of suspicious things associated with Harbin Hot Springs, but what became clear almost immediately is that Harbin is just one of many “New Age” locations that are part of an international infrastructure (via an organization called Centers Gathering) with ties to the UN, the European educational system, and so much more.

It was first discovered that Harbin was tied to 5 other organizations under the umbrella of Ecstatic Living. Ecstatic Living openly pushes for sexual education for children under the age of 12, something that the EU warns will allow for increased child trafficking. Ecstatic Living hosts events at Harbin Hot Springs as well as organizations like Esalen Institute, Omega (ties to Bill Clinton), and others. Esalen Institute performed “experiments” similar to the LSD “therapy” performed by the CIA in Project MKUltra. Organizations like SynAnon (with ties to the Moonies – the group from Alefantis’ New Hope Academy) performed rituals involving psychedelic drugs at Esalen Institute. The connection to umbrella organizations like Ecstatic Living revealed a lot of circumstantial ties to child trafficking and child abuse, including a multitude (look in PDF. Link blocked by automod) of Facebook pictures of parties where children were dressed up and being passed around.

Centers Gathering is a conglomerate of New Age groups that spans the globe, houses ~26 organizations with ties to Russian orphanages, the UN, as well as one of the largest New Age groups in the world - Findhorn Foundation. Findhorn Foundation (as well as SynAnon) was started as a UFO cult; something Findhorn has worked to downplay in their official history. [http://citizeninitiative.com/the_findho ... dation.htm] It was founded by Dorothy MacLean, a woman who had OSS ties. David Spangler, whose writings were part of the formation of the New Age movement, says: "As a person who has been communicating with the subtle worlds for nearly 70 years, I naturally see this collaboration with non-physical beings as an integral part of any planetary story. Demonstrating the reality of this was one of Findhorn's original purposes.” Based on this evidence, it appears that Findhorn Foundation is one of the UFO cults established by the CIA in the 1950s. As if their origin isn’t odd enough, Findhorn admitting they are the “secret world government” to laughs and cheers by their followers should be enough to turn any head.

The New Age apparatus appears to be connected to a global power structure with CIA ties, and also appears to be connected to human trafficking in the past and present via orphanages and refugee programs. The other 25 organizations from Centers Gathering require much more research.

It was at this point that I came across a curious presentation titled “How the Secret World Government Works” given by Dr. Steven Greer, the founder of the Disclosure project, in November 2015. The Disclosure Project, formed in 1994, brought together hundreds of government and military witnesses willing to testify in front of Congress their experience with UFO phenomena in their careers. Dr. Greer gives a history of the “Deep State” network that details how since the Roswell incident in 1947, and potentially earlier, the Deep State has worked to tighten security around the fact that we are now, and have been in the past, being visited by alien life. Greer presents witness testimony and documentation that suggests by 1957 Eisenhower had lost control of the UFO project, prompting his warning about the Military Industrial Complex before leaving office. Dr. Greer goes on to show classified documents where the CIA discusses the creation of these aforementioned “Satanic UFO Cults” as means of psychological warfare. He argues the drug trade and weapons deals allow the Deep State to fund these “Unacknowledged Special Access Projects”. It seems that human trafficking also provides funds for these black projects. The development of these black projects seem to date back to the time of Nikola Tesla’s death. Dr. Greer in November 2015 formally accused the FBI of taking these documents, which detail, upon others, Tesla’s latest creation of an electromagnet death ray. This death ray, according to Greer and witnesses, was used to shoot down the alien craft in Roswell in 1947. Just recently the FBI, in what appeared to be a nod to 4chan’s theory about Trump being a time traveler, released documents officially declassifying the documents around the FBI’s confiscation of Tesla’s work. The 4chan post detailed Trump’s grandfather’s connection to Nikola Tesla, and argued that Trump holds secrets of Tesla’s as well that the FBI didn’t confiscate. These recently declassified documents mention Tesla’s latest work at the time involving "gravity and cosmic ray research", which led to his electromagnetic ray being used 4 years later at Roswell.

While there are various "opinions" on the internet that paint Greer as a scam artist, the large amount of government witnesses that he has gathered over the years willing to testify in front of Congress regarding their experiences is astounding on its own. In 2001, a few months before 9/11, Dr. Greer held a press conference in Washington DC where many witnesses gave a short talk about their experiences, and distributed a briefing document that detailed the experiences of 400+ witnesses Greer had identified.
https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/com ... alse_flag/
Etc, etc. After that it gets less interesting, and the writer certainly puts a lot more stock in Greer than I would.

There's been so many predictions of this "fake alien invasion" scenario, for so long now, that I can't help but think it's one more layer of 2nd matrix deception, while at the same time half expecting it to happen one of these days. One observation I made recently post-Trump was that, the more hysterical and emotionally triggered people become, the more unstable they are, the more "liminal" their outer worlds begin to seem (post-truth, alternate facts, fake news), the more they become susceptible to something akin to waking dream-state hallucinations, at which time they would be vulnerable to a massive scale deception of this sort. If ever there was a time, it would seem to be now.

On the other hand, getting us hyped up to expect some "event" is par for the course in UFO and other kinds of religious engineering, generally while the real undertaking occurs at subtler levels right under our noses. So I am on the fence about this one.

What grabs me the most here is the ties between child trafficking,mind control, and UFO & other new age cults. These I am sure are real and the John Podesta emails are an obvious area of overlap.

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Post by nashqw » Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:53 pm

Drug trafficking could also be added to that list, perhaps (it certainly features
in John DeCamp's "The Franklin Cover-Up")?

In any case, fiction and reality are coming closer together nowadays, appropriately
so as we come to a point of crisis as a species (human culture, I think, being
dependent on a collective deception, and the human ability to deceive, to
imagine - and create - counter-worlds, marking it - us - out from other species,
even primates, which can only deceive on an individual basis). The bigger
the crisis, the greater the deception.

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Post by C_D » Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:23 pm

deep:
There's been so many predictions of this "fake alien invasion" scenario, for so long now, that I can't help but think it's one more layer of 2nd matrix deception, while at the same time half expecting it to happen one of these days.
It's been 60+ years since the last 'great weapon' was unveiled to the world. One has to wonder what horrors have been developed since - in labs across the globe. Just waiting for the right moment to be used. It might be expedient to blame an external source for initial deployment.
Aliens sounds plausible, given CGI and bluescreen technology. Hell of a big job, though.

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Post by deep state » Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:15 pm

Another thing I wondered about this recently is the validity of the psychological strategy of first incepting a belief in good aliens, which I think is by far the more predominant belief now among average people (that they are our gods & benefactors). Logically, it would be more difficult to get people to believe in a hostile alien presence because there would be so much emotional resistance to the idea (just as there is to believing that our parents are less than benign, or less than sane, as children). Good alien star-brothers on the other hand appeal to us and so we let the belief in as something comforting and benevolent.

Once enough people believe in good aliens, maybe not so hard to convince them that the good aliens deceived us and are really bad aliens, at which point, it's too late to revoke the belief. Also reenacts betrayal trauma?
nashqw wrote:
Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:53 pm
In any case, fiction and reality are coming closer together nowadays, appropriately
so as we come to a point of crisis as a species (human culture, I think, being
dependent on a collective deception, and the human ability to deceive, to
imagine - and create - counter-worlds, marking it - us - out from other species,
even primates, which can only deceive on an individual basis). The bigger
the crisis, the greater the deception.
There's so much in that statement it could be a thesis. Relates also to how, as cultures advance, they become increasingly complex, and correspondingly dehumanizing.

The bigger the crisis = the bigger the solution offered must be = the bigger the deception required to provide make a "solution" seem credible. In Christian belief, it is the 2nd Coming/Apocalypse/Rapture. In scientism, it's the same, really, only it comes about via material means, whether human or "alien."

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Post by deep state » Thu Feb 16, 2017 7:31 pm

Relevant:

The Pied Pipers of the CIA by Philip Coppens

The UFO contactee movement was led by people that worked hand-in-hand with the CIA; the abductee scenario was created by CIA personnel. It reveals an intriguing alternative universe of the contactee and abductee phenomenon.

Apart from admitting he jumped on Adamski’s bandwagon, in the 1960s, Menger also admitted that he had worked for the CIA, and that his story was part of an experiment to test public reactions to the idea of extraterrestrial contact. In short, Menger’s story was a CIA experiment to see how easily and whom specifically could be fooled into believing anything.

More significantly, it is now known that Adamski was the same: he was not only encouraged in his work, but actively supported and assisted, by the CIA. This became known – though not widely reported when scientists attempting to investigate Adamski's claims (in an effort to discredit him and stop him in his tracks) were warned off by CIA Director Allen Dulles in person. And research has shown that during tours of Europe and Australia to promote his “message”, Adamski travelled on a passport furnished by the CIA. During a 1953 speech, Adamski even calmed an anxious crowd by assuring the audience that the CIA and the FBI had cleared his statements! Interestingly, long before this information became public, Leon Davidson had already stated that Adamski was controlled by the CIA.

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Since the 1950s, the contactee stories have largely been substituted with the “abductee” stories, which are far more subtle. In short, rather than a person making a personal claim, it is now an “expert” who claims to have made a detailed study of someone, and finds that this person is genuine and has indeed been abducted – often against his own will and normally even without his knowledge – by alien beings, for unknown purposes. Whereas Dulles had to personally intervene when people began to question the likes of Adamski, trying to get him to admit or prove his hoax in court, the introduction of the abductee scenario has annihilated this type of dissection and possible discreditation of the abductees, their stories and the movement.
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Whereas Adamski and Menger were used if not paid by the CIA for their claims, the Hills have always been above any such suspicion; they were, like most of the other abductees, model US citizens. However, the circumstances surrounding the Hills' experience reveal a very sinister story. It is clear that the Hills were being monitored by USAF Intelligence before the encounter took place, through Major James MacDonald, who had befriended them some time earlier. Betty Hill wrote to Donald Keyhoe who, despite the fact that he received over a hundred letters a day, homed in on this initially unremarkable case. (At that stage, the Hills remembered only the UFO sighting, not the abduction.) Within 24 hours, Keyhoe had arranged for the Hills to be visited by top-level scientists, including C.D. Jackson, who had previously (definitely not coincidentally) worked on psychological warfare techniques for President Eisenhower. Stretching coincidence far beyond breaking point, Jackson already knew Major MacDonald, with whom he next interviewed the Hills.

Most importantly, it was Jackson who drew the Hills' attention to their missing time period; until he did so, the couple had not realised that their memories of that fateful night were incomplete. It was Jackson who suggested hypnotic regression as a means of unlocking it. It was Jackson who then arranged for one of the Army's top psychiatric experts to undertake the regression (as if a civilian expert was not available?), under which the full story of the joint abduction “emerged”. However, as many researchers have since demonstrated, a careful review of the timings actually shows that there was no missing time at all.

It seems that Betty and Barney Hill were at the centre of a web that involved USAF Intelligence and top military experts in psychological warfare. The evidence suggests that the Hills were the subjects – victims – of a psychological experiment. This may seem a tall claim, but the evidence that defence and intelligence agencies undertook such experiments – in other contexts – on unknowing and innocent subjects in the 1950s and 60s is now overwhelming. In particular, the exposure of the CIA's notorious MKULTRA project into various mind control techniques caused a major scandal in the 1970s.

http://www.philipcoppens.com/ufo_ciapipers.html

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Post by nashqw » Fri Feb 17, 2017 2:20 pm

The press has just featured news disclosing that Sir Winston Churchill apparently believed in aliens -
sourced from "Nature" magazine (in which the author says he was aware of the news last year -
so why the delay in publishing it? Does the timing have some significance?):

http://www.nature.com/news/winston-chur ... nd-1.21467

e.g. here:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/02 ... ed-aliens/

(One of the pictures shows Churchill with the celebrated "V" sign - note that Aleister Crowley credited himself with being responsible for this - also it would seem that Crowley at times appeared as a Churchill impersonator - at least during the war years - smoking similar cigars, + also sounded like him, at least in one recording i have heard.)

Of possible interest here is that Churchill's first cousin, Shane Leslie, had a marked interest in the paranormal (he was
author of a popular 'Ghost Book') and, even more to the point, Shane Leslie's son Desmond, was one of the first popularizers of UFOs - and wrote a book with George Adamski (mentioned earlier in this thread!), "Flying Saucers Have Landed" (1953):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desmond_Leslie

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Post by deep state » Fri Feb 17, 2017 8:31 pm

From the first link:
Churchill began his essay not long after the 1938 US broadcast of the radio drama The War of The Worlds (an adaptation of H. G. Wells's 1898 story) had generated 'Mars fever' in the media.

...

Churchill sees great opportunity for exploration in the Solar System. “One day, possibly even in the not very distant future, it may be possible to travel to the moon, or even to Venus or Mars,” he writes.

...

Almost 80 years later, the question that obsessed Churchill is one of the hottest topics of scientific research. Searches for signs of subsurface life on Mars are ongoing. Simulations of Venus's climate hint that it may once have been habitable. Astronomers believe that, in a few decades, we will discover some biological signatures of present or past life in the atmospheres of extrasolar planets, or at least be able to constrain its rarity.

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Churchill's essay is testament to how he saw the fruits of science and technology as essential for society's development. When he helped to establish Churchill College at the University of Cambridge, UK, in 1958, he wrote7: “It is only by leading mankind in the discovery of new worlds of science and engineering that we shall hold our position and continue to earn our livelihood.”

Yet he was also concerned that without understanding the humanities, scientists might operate in a moral vacuum. “We need scientists in the world but not a world of scientists,” he said. In order for science to be “the servant and not the master of man”, he felt that appropriate policies that drew on humanistic values must be in place.
This last was echoed by Willis Harman et al with Changing Images of Man.

It brings to mind how Science the institution (Scientism) is consistently able to trump science, the discipline, as for example with new pushes for Transgender "science" that is really corporate-friendly ideology and renders biology "unscientific", i.e., anti-scientistic...
nashqw wrote:
Fri Feb 17, 2017 2:20 pm
Of possible interest here is that Churchill's first cousin, Shane Leslie, had a marked interest in the paranormal (he was
author of a popular 'Ghost Book') and, even more to the point, Shane Leslie's son Desmond, was one of the first popularizers of UFOs - and wrote a book with George Adamski (mentioned earlier in this thread!), "Flying Saucers Have Landed" (1953):
Churchill/H.G. Wells affiliations?
Churchill borrowed some of his biggest ideas from HG Wells

Dr Richard Toye, a Lecturer in History at the University of Cambridge, has found that the phrase "The Gathering Storm" - used by Churchill to depict the rise of Hitler's Germany - had in fact been conjured up by Wells decades earlier in The War Of The Worlds, which depicts an attack on Britain by Martians.

And he has also spotted stark similarities between a speech Churchill made 100 years ago and Wells' book A Modern Utopia.

Tellingly, just two days before Churchill gave the speech in Glasgow on October 9 1906, he had also written to Wells to enthuse about the book, admitting "I owe you a great debt".

"It's a bit like Tony Blair borrowing phrases from Star Trek or Doctor Who," Dr Toye said.

Dr Toye made the discoveries whilst researching a forthcoming book on Churchill. He has identified several points at which Churchill appeared to use Wells' ideas. These include:

• State support for ordinary citizens

Like Wells, Churchill said the state should support its citizens, providing pensions, insurance and child welfare. Wells wrote: "The State will stand at the back of the economic struggle as the reserve employer of Labour." Churchill said: "The State should increasingly assume the position of the reserve employer of labour."

• The competitiveness of men

Wells wrote that man was a naturally "competitive creature". While that meant he was always prone to devastating failure, the State could help "make the margin of failure endurable". Churchill said: "I do not want to see impaired the vigour of competition, but we can do much to mitigate the consequences of failure".

• Utopia

Wells entitled his book A Modern Utopia. Churchill, two days after expressing his "debt" to Wells, described his own vision of the supportive state as a "Utopia".

Selective Breeding

Wells advocated the idea of selective breeding, arguing that people should only be able to have children if they met certain conditions -
including physical fitness and financial independence. Churchill told Wells he particularly admired "the skill and courage with which the questions of marriage & population were discussed" in his book. Not long after reading the book, Churchill was described by a friend as "a strong eugenist" - a supporter of selective breeding.

• The English-Speaking Peoples

In Anticipations Wells predicted the political unification of 'the English-Speaking states' and that there would develop 'a great federation of white English-speaking peoples'. He also mentioned the idea of 'interchangeable citizenship', under which British citizens could become US citizens - and vice versa - if they changed domicile. In subsequent years, Churchill often argued for to the 'fraternal association' or 'unity' of the English-speaking peoples, and even wrote a four volume History of the English-Speaking Peoples. In 1943, as he recalled in his memoirs, he proposed to US officials that 'There might even be some form of common citizenship, under which citizens of the United States and the British Commonwealth might enjoy voting privileges after residential qualification'.

• The Gathering Storm

The term famously became the title of Churchill's first book about World War II, but it may well have been taken from The War Of The Worlds. The phrase crops up twice in Wells' book as a metaphor to describe pending Martian attacks. Perhaps it stuck in the iconic Prime Minister's mind as he similarly sought to depict the threat of German invasion years later.

"People look at politicians in the 20th century and presume their influences were big theorists and philosophers," Dr Toye said. "What we forget is that Churchill and others were probably not interested in reading that stuff when they got home after a hard day in the House of Commons. They wanted to read a book that was full of ideas but was also going to be fun. H. G. Wells was perfect for that.

"Churchill was definitely a closet science-fiction fan. In fact, one of his criticisms of A Modern Utopia was that there was too much thought-provoking stuff and not enough action."

Dr. Toye argues that Wells was an important intellectual influence on Churchill during the formative period of his career. In 1901, having already written some of his best-known works including The War Of The Worlds and The Time Machine, Wells wrote Anticipations - a book of predictions about the future calling for the establishment of a scientifically-organised "New Republic".

His publishers sent a copy to Churchill, and the future Prime Minister wrote a long letter back, in which he told Wells: "I read everything you write" - adding that he agreed with many of his ideas. They met in 1902 and several times thereafter, and kept in touch in person and by letter until Wells' death in 1946. In 1908, Wells supported Churchill when he stood in a by-election for the seat of Manchester North-West. In 1931, Churchill even admitted that he could "pass an exam" in H. G. Wells' work.

"We need to remember that there was a time when Churchill was a radical liberal who believed these things," Dr. Toye added. "Wells is often seen as a socialist, but he also saw himself as a liberal, and he saw Churchill as someone whose views were moving in the right direction."

http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/chur ... m-hg-wells

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