Most of us know by now either consciously or sub-consciously that this ol' world is riddled with deciet. We all know if we take on a job, our dealings with our fellow man are seldom done above board so to speak, I guess we've all acquiesced in this practice at some point so there's just no point in denying it, me included. That said, I don't do it here, on my youtube channel or when out & about talking to my fellow man about the issues addressed on this site, it has happened frequently in the past though & when it did I was CRUSHED, messed up, so it's just not worth it anymore from my point of view no matter what. Indeed, it's not difficult to see why we accept deception as an unwritten rule in our daily lives when all can see & hear from our supposed representatives (politicians) is them practicing it openly. It's not just politicians though, it's everywhere, the judiciary, sports, religion, the 'Truth Movement', so here's my provisional who's who of who I think are worthy candidates to date for being worth their salt in the truth dissemination department should anyone just be starting out & require some material for research purposes pertinent to subjects discussed this site. Bearing in mind everyone has their faults, makes mistakes, learns etc, I'll try to address their negatives as well as their positives to give a more rounded opinion where I see fit. I'll add to the list as often as I can.
The Catholic Church (5th Cen AD - Present)
Not an obvious source I admit but it seems to me the further one goes back in history, the more authenticity one can afford to documents regardless of the source, if this isn't the case, then we surely are up the creek. I know most people nowadays think of the Papacy as a morally corrupt Leviathan in need of slaying & I'd agree to an extent but not entirely for the same reasons. Personally I wouldn't mind seeing it survive if it could only root out the Masonic element & put it's house in order because it (like all the other Christian Churches) has done & still does do a lot of excellent work for mankind, tall order though & probably beyond it now. Be that as it may, if it's an eloquent caveat of Communism & The Mystery Schools you're after then look no further than the Church of Rome. Papal Bulls aplenty, they went to war with the Mysteries (out of necessity) but eventually lost out. Beware of 12th Century (English) Papal Bulls however, offering the Realm of Ireland to a Norman King sat on the English throne at the time & the like.
(c 1826 - 13 January 1902)
I've no idea whether this man was an insider or not, I hope not & I doubt it, what I do know is he is an authority on the origins on some of the more notable secret societies that plagued the 18th, 19th & 20th Cens. For scientific purposes, try reading Heckethorns chapter on the Carbonari then watch an Al Pacino film.....& see the Alchemical process in action.
(31 October 1887 - 12 May 1972)
I really don't know much about this guy either (or any of the others for that matter), except for his two outstanding works on the Illuminati & Communism. He seemed authentic enough to me so he gets my vote regardless of Anthony J Hilder's involvement with his productions.
(24 August 1876 – 16 May 1960)
My personal opinion is that Bill Cooper got the idea to do his classic series on Mystery Babylon from this lady (who got it from Heckethorn). In her lifetime she was championed by people like Churchill, I'm thinking purely because of her admonishment of the Jewish people in her writings. Webster was no fool though, 'Contrary to the assertions of certain writers, I have never affirmed my belief in the authenticity of the Protocols [of Zion], but have always treated it as an entirely open question. The only opinion to which I have committed myself is that, whether genuine or not, the Protocols do represent the programme of world revolution, & that in view of their prophetic nature & of their extraordinary resemblance to the protocols of certain secret societies in the past, they were either the work of some such society or of someone profoundly versed in the lore of secret societies who was able to reproduce their ideas & phraseology' (Nesta Webster).
(July 16, 1887 – January 16, 1933)
Like Mrs Webster, a bit harsh on the Jewish question but other than that, another great lady, hats off to Lady Queensborough.
Captain Hugh Pollard
(6 January 1888- March 1966)
It's with a heavy heart I add this man, nevertheless it's imperative we understand the reasons for our somewhat schizophrenic natures. Pollard exposed the origins of the Irish secret societies whilst working for British Intelligence. In the doing so he revealed (possibly inadvertently) the nature of the Hegelian Dialectic that's plagued Ireland for centuries. If every man in the Maze prison was given a copy of Pollard's 'The Secret Societies of Ireland, Their Rise & Progress' during the 1970's instead of being handed sectarian literature, then I'm certain the foot soldiers of these paramilitaries would have turned their guns on their masters, & rightly so.
Anthony C Sutton
(February 14 1925 – June 17 2002)
Sutton was an economics professor who just happened by chance to stumble upon the transactions made during the Russian Revolution. This led him to publish his findings in a series of books charting the wests role in financing the likes of Stalin & Hitler, inevitably leading him to the door of the Lodge. Sutton mentions the murder by the Germans of 6 million Jews in the book referenced below, however he may have changed his opinion over time as that book was written in the 1970's, that aside, none better.
(4th May 1943 - 6th November 2001)
Enough said already, however, Bill was a great student, he studied all of the above & much more & melded what he found into an artistic piece of genius known as the Hour Of The Time. As noted elsewhere on these blogs, such was the power of his message over the airwaves that the establishment had to train & send out an army of dis-info con artists like the clown at the top of the page to counter him, despite this & countless other attempts to discredit God's messenger of our day, Bill still rules supreme over the Truth Movement. Coopers 'Mystery Babylon' series is a MUST for a primer in this kind of research.
(5th August 1982 - 28th August 2008)
Much has been made of this internet phenomenon from Leeds, Yorkshire, all positive. Clay revealed to the world in 2008 that the 2012 London 'Zion' Olympics would be in fact an elaborate pagan ritual but replete with Biblical symbolism. Clever cloggs Clay introduced us to the formula of the 11 11, a sequential pattern that appears frequently in our cosmos, human affairs, history etc. Interestingly, in Qabbala, there are 33 'Qlipoth's' or Orders of evil spirits, & number 22 is 'A'ABIRIRON', which translated into English is
It may have been things like this that pushed him over the edge, for he said to have taken his own life at the age of 25.
(Circa 4000 BC - Present)
The horses mouth as it were. Much of what the Brotherhood writes is layered in symbolism due in part to it's being driven underground on several occasions throughout it's long history, despite this they've presented us with more than enough material down the millennia to present us with a clear picture of their intentions.
Baigent, Leigh & Lincoln
Twas these three that reintroduced (in 'Holy Blood Holy Grail' - 1982) the ancient Gnostic & medieval Grail legend that Jesus entered into;
'….a sexual relationship with Mary Magdalene, that their children grew up in exile in France & that their descendants subsequently intermarried with the Merovingian royal house. The existence of this "Christ bloodline" had been covered up by the Catholic Church, & their secret protected by the shadowy Priory of Sion.' (The Guardian). I'm sure you're familiar with the script, however, their assault on Christianity didn't cease there, they went on & on with several more publications in their Crusade to bring down the Church, one of which, 'The Elixir & The Stone' (1997), detailing the history of magic, I found to be the most enjoyable book I've ever read. Their books are indeed fascinating & brilliantly written, but, they do say the Devil writes the best tunes.
That should keep you going for a bit & don't forget there's many links to these & many other authors on my 'Links' page.
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