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Chapter Twenty-seven: The Noah Syndrome or The Lost Love

As I described in overview in chapter 24,  my mother was going off like a loose cannon, supported by church members engaged by her sympathy ploys.  My grandmother’s cancer had metastasized after staying in remission for 11 years.  My brother had betrayed me, taken in by Mother, even against his own grandmother.  My cousin and […]

The Wave Chapter 34: The Channel

Having begun writing about the matters contained in this volume, we have received many emails from readers who have thanked us for bringing these issues to the fore. As one reader pointed out, for those who resonate strongly with most of the material, this now gives a platform from which they can “revisit the concepts […]

Chapter Twenty-eight: The Ark in Montana

When I think about the “Boat Ride to Damascus,” it is exactly a metaphor for my life as a born again Christian.  The moment of truth, of course, was symbolized by the trap of the anchor that nearly pulled me to a watery grave.  And moving out of that spiritual-psychological framework was exactly as problematical […]

Chapter Twenty-nine: The Dream

No sooner did we have a plan and a shared goal that one would think could bring two people close together, something began to act on Larry in a strange and self-destructive way.  First, he was fired from work. Then, every day, he managed to run into someone who needed his help.  For ten or […]

The Wave Chapter 35: A Strange Interlude

The Matrix comparison is not only useful in describing our global reality; the story of the group who are working to circumvent the Matrix, to wake people up, is entirely synchronous with our own experiences, right down to each and every character! In the case of Frank, we find the classic role of Cypher in […]

The Wave Chapter 36: A Vile Superstition

As we proceeded with our interaction with the Cassiopaeans, we slowly, but surely, came to the idea of the Matrix reality. Of course, in those early days, we had no metaphor for what we were learning, and we certainly were charting little-known territory of soul dynamics. The idea of a theological drama between the gods […]

The Wave Chapter 37: Critical Channeling

Working with a board-type instrument is both a very positive thing as well as problematical. In the early sessions, as I have noted, we were not taping, so reconstructing them was done based on scribbled notes and memory. Sometimes, those notes were being written in my lap with one hand, while the other hand was […]

The Wave Chapter 38: The Feminine Vampire

It’s difficult to describe the state of my mind after the return of the “Prodigal Son.” All of my do-gooder programs had been effectively activated in a powerful way in by the perception of physical and spiritual danger to Frank. My rescue program, mother program and save-the-lost-and-heal-the-wounded program – all were on hyperdrive with one […]

The Wave Chapter 39: The Court of Seven

It is important to remember, in the telling of the present story, that what we are talking about here is where the rubber hits the road. That is: our ordinary relationships with other people. It is in the context of human behavior that we either attract or repel higher influences. It is in the reality […]

The Wave Chapter 40: Secret Agents From Alpha 1

The reader should keep in mind always that when we are talking about petty tyrants, we are talking about agents of the Matrix in almost exactly the same terms described in the movie. In other words, anyone can – in an instant – receive the “download” of an “agent program” and begin to function as […]

The Wave Chapter 41: The Realm of Archetypes

At this point I would like to divert back into the past again for a little bit in order to discuss some of the background issues that are important to this process of recapitulation and revealing the Matrix. Over the course of the past few days we had a meeting of members of the group, […]

Chapter Thirty: A Knight in Armor

I called Eva.  I wanted to tell her about my dream of the former life and my conviction that I’d committed suicide.  After I finished, Eva became was very quiet for a long moment. “Yes, I already knew that,” she said finally. “How?” “When Lama Sing did the reading for you, years ago, the last […]

Chapter Thirty-one: The Cleft in the Rock

In 1988 I decided that a garden would help me to exercise and strengthen my muscles, ease pain and assist a gradual return to full mobility.  It was still difficult to walk.  I had to put pants on sitting down because I couldn’t lift my feet high enough;  I couldn’t exert enough control to insert […]

Chapter Thirty-two: Moving to Montana

There were five named tropical storms in September after Eva and I made the trip to North Carolina in August.  Tropical storm Keith, the last storm of the 1988 hurricane season, moved up through the Gulf of Mexico before crossing central Florida right over our heads. Keith brought more than wind and rain: the storm […]

Chapter Thirty-three: Synchronicity City

We moved in to the new house on my birthday on February 12th.  Although the interior still needed cosmetic improvements, it was like moving into a palace after five years in the shack-becoming-a-house in the woods.  Sandra came on moving day, bringing a feast and a cake.  We all celebrated our return to the “real […]

Chapter Thirty-four: That’s Hollywood!

As mentioned, when Frank arrived at my door, I was surprised at his appearance.  His deep baritone voice on the phone gave the impression of a large, portly – and most especially, very masculine – man.  Frank was very tall and gangly, and most definitely gave an almost immediate impression of androgynous character.  He reminded […]

Chapter Thirty-five: The Crane Dance

According to the latest researches in cognitive science,  we do what we do to survive because we have little choice in the matter. Gurdjieff was right and modern day psychological studies repeatedly demonstrate that he was a pioneer in the matter. We are programmed, conditioned,  set up to be targets in some celestial side-show.  I […]

Chapter Thirty-six: Hailing the Universe

We come at last to the crux of the matter: the Cassiopaean Experiment.  How, in Heaven’s name, did it come about, considering that it was initiated by two such “damaged” individuals as Frank and me?  More importantly, what was the end result for both of us.  The reader will discover that this, like everything else, […]

Chapter Thirty-seven: Missing Child, Missing Time

As our experiment in channeling proceeded, we discussed the many possible ways that a “true higher source” might be identified.  We both thought that a higher source, by virtue of greater and more inclusive Cosmic Perspective, would be able to make absolutely stunning “predictions” that would “hit the mark” every time.  But, in a short […]

Chapter Thirty-eight: Flying Black Boomerangs

Not long after I had been released from my sickbed and the inundation of UFO books, I went to the supermarket one morning, and there was a stack of pink flyers with “flea-market” type ads.  I was looking for some additional computer equipment, so I picked one up and tucked it in my pocket.  When […]

Chapter Thirty-nine: Flying Black Boomerangs Redux

At this point, again, health issues moved to the forefront.  All my life, it seemed when I recovered by sheer force of will from one assault, another would arrive seemingly out of nowhere. I was most definitely looking at this as a symbol of my inner state, and constantly made adjustments in my relationships with […]

Chapter Forty: Aliens, Demons and Vampires

In January of 1994, the Frank & Dane Debacle (already described) unfolded and I understood why Frank had been so desperately interested in using the board to predict lottery numbers.  After his father bailed him out of trouble, Frank was so humble and contrite, declaring he’d learned the most important lesson of his life, I […]

Chapter Forty-one: Aunt Clara

The very day after my little “talk with God,” a letter arrived in my mother’s mail and she called excitedly to tell me.  A local organization for retired people offered a course in home health nursing.  To my mother, it sounded too good to be true.  All supplies, uniforms, and transportation were provided without cost. […]

Chapter Forty-two: Green Slime

A few weeks went by after the “Trudy affair, “we continued with our Reiki nights, and things were better. But there was still an undercurrent of dis-ease.  I did my best to put as much love and light around the situation as I could, and keep myself in a “bubble” of light so all my […]

Chapter Forty-three: Hungry Aliens, Stinky Demons, and the Return of Keith

All through the early months of 1994 while the dramas of the Reiki crowd were playing out, we had continued our weekly sittings.  Sam had stopped attending – ostensibly because of his contretemps with Frank – but I think that the real reason was that none of the lottery numbers won him any money. This […]

Chapter Forty-four: Comets and Cassiopaeans

Keith never dropped in to visit again.  My best guess, based on my working hypothesis, was that he was “in the light.” We had finally passed through all the lower level entities of the earthbound astral planes and were dealing directly with those who were not in need of spirit release or similar assistance.  I […]

The Wave Chapter 42: The Tradition

During the course of our experiences with the Cassiopaeans in the two years before Ark’s arrival on the scene, we had many other experiences with attack that resulted from our association with individuals who were what we had begun to call agents. I have recounted some of these in the Wave Series, including the research […]

The Wave Chapter 43: The Head of Bran

The two months that Ark was here in early 1997 were packed with interesting events which slowly began to reveal a strange situation that made me rather nervous and still gives me the willies when I think back over it. The Hale Bopp comet was in the sky heralding mass suicide, UFOs were hovering over […]

The Wave Chapter 44: The Crane Dance

Any reader who goes through the Cassiopaean Transcripts with care will come to the realization that, more than anything else, the dialogues represent a personal diary of my life. They will also realize the level of trust I placed in Frank at certain points to have him present during so many very personal discussions. The […]

The Wave Chapter 45: The Gulf Breeze

The trip to Gulf Breeze was all Frank could talk about. I had the idea that we would drive up in my van, split the expenses three ways, and we could park the van on one of the great beaches up there and camp out with sleeping bags. Frank would have none of that! He […]

The Wave Chapter 46: The Theological Reality

This section deals with my growing awareness of the Matrix that conceals the theological reality and how difficult it is to break free of the illusion that our reality is as it presents itself to be. Though I didn’t realize it as I went through it, all of the events of this period were simply […]

The Cs Hit List 02: Space and Weather Science Gone Wild

We started this series with a pretty ‘out-there’ topic: prophecy. But the Cassiopaean Experiment, while pretty ‘out-there’ to begin with (at least from the mainstream perspective), also deals with more ‘down-to-earth’ subject matter. Issues relating to more conventionally understood and practiced science (albeit with often unconventional interpretations) make up a large portion of the received […]

The Cs Hit List 01: Prophecy, Prediction, and Portents of Things to Come

Note: This is the first in a series of articles on the track record of the Cs (Cassiopaeans), those sometimes sarcastic and always insightful perhaps-future-intelligences and subject of the Cassiopaean Experiment. We aim to present those instances of statements that have proven themselves to be accurate, to greater or lesser degrees, as a result of […]

The Cs Hit List 03: History Is Bunk

Update: We covered a list of prophecies in the first part of this series. The idea of California ‘falling into the sea’ was mentioned. Just a few days ago, another chunk of it did just that. Specifically, part of the Paseo del Mar road in San Pedro fell into the Pacific Ocean after a landslide […]

The Wave Chapter 47: Semiotics and The Content Plane

As I have already described, the suicide of Frank’s father opened a door to past-life memories of an extremely unpleasant sort. It was almost as though the old gentleman attempted to give me a warning, and the Cassiopaeans described it as a “steppingstone” or a “milestone,” indicating that my “superconsciousness” was telling me something. Of […]

The Wave Chapter 48: The Juvenile Dictionary

It is now time for a reality check. I realize that I have been bringing up the idea of “semantic aphasia” somewhat often in this little recapitulation. There is a reason for this aside from the ordinary interpretation that deals with words and our ability to access realms of pure thought via the expansion of […]

The Cs Hit List 04: Nature, Nurture, and My Monkey Genes

The reader should probably be getting the idea by now: the approach takes to the Cassiopaean Experiment really is a case of 10% inspiration, 90% perspiration. One question asked, or one answer given, is often enough to inspire a whole line of research leading to data and conclusions that might only be tangentially related […]

The Wave Chapter 49: Frequency Resonance Vibration

It would be very easy to just write off the series of attacks I have been describing as just the way things are. My daughters were just kids who made mistakes, and nearly died because of them. Our lives are just like anybody else’s lives in the sense that about half the time good things […]

The Wave Chapter 50: Shifts in the Matrix

Coming back now to our narrative, I think I will mention that, at the same time that I was dealing with the near death of my daughter, my year-old, super-duper, large-capacity, top-of-the-line washing machine broke down and the Sears repairman delivered the unpleasant news that it would cost almost as much to fix it as […]

The Wave Chapter 51: The Psychomantium

In the two weeks following the end of the Xth Max Born Symposium, Ark undertook the process of cleaning out his office at the University of Wroclaw, the institution that had been a home to him for thirty years. He began to pack his books and papers into large mail sacks of about one hundred […]

The Wave Chapter 52: The Cryptogeographic Being

In response to the original online publication of this material, I received a number of communications from readers who wanted to know how they could develop the ability to see the unseen in terms of perceiving the activity of the fourth-density reality. They wanted to know how to expand the semiotic content of their perceptual […]

The Wave Chapter 53: Strange Birds

As I have already noted, after the used-soap clue played out, Ark and I were so shocked that we almost decided upon the instant to entirely terminate any future interactions with Frank. We realized at that point what the many clues throughout the years had meant, and that the Cassiopaeans were communicating with me directly […]

The Wave Chapter 54: Glimpses of Other Realities

Now, just to keep the sequence of events fresh in the readers mind, Vincent Bridges first wrote to me in May of 1999, after one of my posts to the Ancient Wisdom list had been forwarded to him by Ray Flowers of, a website connected to the Axiom Visiting Faculty, which lists Drunvalo Melchizidek […]

The Wave Chapter 55: 
Albert Einstein, Free Energy and the Strange Deaths of Morris K. Jessup and Stefan Marinov

Let’s talk about death now. Sure, I know, nobody wants to talk about death; but I have in mind some very interesting deaths that ought to be talked about for a lot of reasons. The first death I want to talk about is the apparent suicide of Morris K. Jessup. The problem with Morris Jessup’s […]

The Wave Chapter 56
: Intolerance, Cruelty, and the Economics of Intelligence

There are several curious issues raised by the material in the previous chapter that I would like to review. One of them is that strange remark of the Cassiopaeans that Stefan Marinov was programmed and it was the triggering of this mind-control program that caused him to take the dive from the fire escape of […]

The Wave Chapter 57: It’s Just Economics

Until recently, impacts by extraterrestrial bodies were regarded as, perhaps, an interesting but certainly not important phenomenon in the spectrum of geological processes affecting the Earth. This has only been the case since Lyell, Laplace and Newton put a period to such speculations. What seems to have happened is that, through repeated cataclysms, man has […]

The Cs Hit List 05: Dr. Greenbaum and the Manchurian Candidates

Before reading this installment, we suggest you watch these horrifying clips from the 6 part documentary, Evidence of Revision, detailing the MKULTRA program and some of its applications.  On 25 June 1992, Dr. D. Corydon Hammond of the University of Utah delivered a talk at the Fourth Annual Eastern Regional Conference on Abuse and Multiple […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 1

For the past few days I have been wondering exactly how to go about putting these items together without getting myself into hot water again, and I couldn’t quite see a clear path for this material. However, today the Signs team pulled up a couple of most interesting articles that just happen to provide the […]

The Wave Chapter 58: Alien Reaction Machines

We come now to a subject of immense importance: Psychopaths as “alien reaction machines,” which directly relates to what we have all been learning from the activities of Frank Scott, Vincent Bridges and others we will meet as the series progresses. As noted in the previous chapter: intolerance and cruelty are needed to guarantee the […]

The Wave Chapter 59: An Encounter with the Unicorn

The reader now knows a whole lot more than I did in the spring of 1999 when Vincent Bridges first wrote to me, after Ray Flowers forwarded to him my post to the Ancient Wisdom discussion list. And, as the reader who has read the emails will note, I was sending him a lot more […]

The Wave Chapter 60: The Unicorn’s Closet

On September 11, 1977, Paul Herre heard a very loud thumping on the ceiling of his apartment — “like somebody being bounced against the floor.” This was instantly followed by a “blood-curdling scream.” Since he lived in a “college neighborhood,” and such things were not terribly uncommon, and since the “uproar” did not continue, he […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 2

Sunday March 7, 2004: As I mentioned yesterday, for the past several months I have been immersed in research for the second volume of the The Secret History of The World series. It was during the course of this research that I stumbled over an item that raised the hair on the back of my neck. This discovery […]

The Wave Chapter 61: Ira’s Inner Cesspool

September 11, 2001: Attack on America. I am sure that it is not lost on the reader that it was exactly 24 years to the day, on 9/11/77, that Holly Maddux was brutally murdered. Ira Einhorn was tried in absentia, all the evidence was presented, and a jury of his peers decided that Ira did […]

The Wave Chapter 62: Secret Games at Princeton

Let’s now talk about Game Theory. I don’t profess to be an expert, and I have to admit some difficulty in dealing with the “jargon,” but after wading through a number of texts on the subject, I have enough of a grasp to realize just how these ideas are being used on every one of […]

The Wave Chapter 63: Murdering the Feminine

As the reader might guess, a person who has no fear of consequences because they cannot imagine them — or even if they do have the intellect to do so, has no emotion associated with those consequences which would tend to enforce them as behavioral choices — is the ideal vehicle for the violation of […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 3

Yesterday we made a number of interesting discoveries that have left a few dangling threads hanging out there that ought to be tugged just a bit before we continue. First of all, there is the question about the death of Dr. David Kelly, the biological warfare weapons specialist who had links to three other top microbiologists […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 4

Yesterday, the question that we posed was: Who were the Khazars? The Khazars flourished from the seventh to the eleventh century. This means that they emerged following the reign of the emperor Justinian discussed elsewhere on this site. The issues surrounding the reign of Justinian, recorded by Procopius, indicate to us that something very strange was going on […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 5

Yesterday, we briefly explored the possible origins of the “Long Haired” Franks after noticing that the ancient descriptions of the Khazars were couched in similar terms. Actually, that is true of most of the ancient Aryan tribes; they were fierce with wild, flowing blonde or red hair, and susceptible to a “furor” that came on […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 6

The question we left off with yesterday was: Do these three wars, Armageddon, Gog Magog, and Troy have anything in common? The story of the Trojan War is, in Western Civilization, the greatest NON-religious story ever told. It has haunted the western imagination for over three thousand years. “In Troy there lies the scene,” Shakespeare said. […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 7

Today we are going to talk about the most famous woman in Western History after Eve: Helen of Troy. The fact is, Eve and Helen have a lot in common. The first mother, Eve, seems to have acquired a bad reputation because of Helen. Helen: the face that launched a thousand ships and brought about […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 8

The reader who has been following this little series of articles will notice that I have, at this point, slightly reorganized the material of the previous chapter and the present one. Thanks to all of you who wrote requesting more details on Iman Wilkens’ book and those who sent in additional clues which I am […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 9

I would like to draw the reader’s attention back to a comment quoted in a previous chapter: Quite apart from the difficulty of fitting most places described in the Iliad and the Odyssey into the physical reality of the lands surrounding the Aegean Sea, there is also a problem with the spiritual content of Homer’s […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 10

Continuing with Wilkens’ survey, we find that the island we now know as Crete also owes its name to Homer, given to it by the peoples who settled there after the collapse of the Bronze Age. Homer described Crete as a prosperous country which is an impossible anachronism since we now know that Crete was […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 11

As I continue with this series, laying the groundwork for some belief shattering revelations that our research has uncovered in the past year or two, I feel a certain “oppositional pressure” building in the outside world. Daily, we notice that the “Powers That Be” are circling the planet, closing off alternatives, and battening down the […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 12

I want to continue now for just a bit on the subject of the geography of the Bronze Age world before we move to other issues that bear directly on our world today. Wilkens locates several more of the places named by Homer using not only descriptions of the landscape, but also place names and […]

The Cs Hit List 06: Let’s Do the Planetary Twist to the Tune of the Brothers Heliopolis

OK, it’s time for more weirdness. As we covered in a recent SOTT Report, accounts and recordings of strange noises heard all over the world went semi-viral on YouTube in January this year, and some are even receiving mainstream media coverage. Some YouTube pundits claim they’re all faked, a couple of scientists say they’re ‘normal’ […]

The Wave Chapter 64: Crossing the Threshold

The Hero’s Journey During the early months of 1996 the Cassiopaean sessions were often quite personal. This was a consequence of the tremendous changes going on in my life, many of which were occurring at some other level of reality and could be sensed only dimly and “through a glass darkly.” When I look back […]

The Wave Chapter 65: The Way of the Fool

As the Wave advances, a number of very interesting dramas have been enacted. So interesting and so relevant that we shall jump away from the present story for the remainder of this volume to explore this further. And trust me, it will be worth it! As you might recall, during our discussion of the number […]

Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols Part 13

Now that we have a theory about the actual location of some of the events of the ancient past, I would like to go back again what Herodotus had to say about the famous Labyrinth of Egypt. Being set free after the reign of the priest of Hephaistos, the Egyptians, since they could not live […]

The Wave Chapter 66: The Zelator

If I had not fried my computer (most likely by getting upset), I would not have read Zelator before writing this. And I would not have fully understood exactly what I was doing or why. So, once again, the efforts of the Control System to do damage ended up doing just the opposite. We are […]

The Wave Chapter 67: Food for the Moon and the Burning House

As you know, I began the Wave with a sort of set and finite plan – I was going to just talk about the Wave. There were going to be about ten chapters, each about 20 pages, and that was that. But, as it happened, the process of writing turned into channeling. I am very […]

The Wave Chapter 68: As Above, So Below

I have spent a number of evenings debating with myself the planned content of this next chapter. On the one hand, the information is crucial; and on the other hand, there are some parts that are so extremely disturbing that when I examine them I have difficulty dealing with the images they conjure. So, the […]

The Wave Chapter 69: The Whirlpool of Charybdis, the Sirens and the Navigator

I know that the very idea of being in an actual Matrix as depicted in the movie is a difficult pill to swallow. We have been taught so many things from so many sources throughout history that tend to blame humanity itself – in the human state exclusively – for all the ills of mankind. […]

The Wave Chapter 70: You Take the High Road and I’ll Take the Low Road and I’ll Be in Scotland Afore Ye!

Addiction. I have made the statement that we are made addicts inside our own skins. And I am fairly certain that most people reading that remark are quite certain they are not! Especially if they are careful of their diet and habits of mental and physical hygiene. But, I say again: we are made addicts […]

The Wave Chapter 71: If I Speak in the Tongues of Men and Angels or, Jaguars: The Nonlinear Dynamics of Love and Complex Systems

Nobel Laureate Murray Gell-Mann writes in The Quark and the Jaguar: I have never really seen a jaguar in the wild. In the course of many long walks through the forests of tropical America and many boat trips on Central and South American rivers, I never experienced that heart-stopping moment when the powerful spotted cat […]

The Wave Chapter 72: The Nonlinear Dynamics of Love and Complex Systems: Debugging the Universe

Now, I would like to make some other comments before we move on. I would like to talk a little bit about “love.” Many readers seem to have grossly misunderstood the Cassiopaean remarks about love, mainly because they don’t play the game of exciting your “feel good” brain chemicals with their words. They have said, […]

The Cs Hit List 07: Sun Star Companion, Singing Stones and Smoking Visions

I’m going to begin this installment of the Cs Hit List by picking up where we left off in the last one: the idea that our sun has a companion star. After publishing Cs Hit List 06 and reflecting on it some more, I realised that my argument for why our sun might have a […]

Truth or Lies Part 1

As some of our readers know, we spent a week in Marseilles earlier this month – sort of out of touch with the “real world.” That is to say, during that week, I had to get my news from the television. I have to say that if the mass media was the only access I had to […]

Truth or Lies Part 2

Those who begin coercive elimination of dissent soon find themselves exterminating dissenters. Compulsory unification of opinion achieves only a unanimity of the graveyard. Justice Robert H. Jackson, 1892-1954 As many regular readers know, almost from day one of the publication of the material on this Website, we have been accused of being a “cult.” I’ve […]

Truth or Lies Part 3

I should make plain at this point that this little series of comments should not be considered as “Pagan Apologia.” It is not. As far as I can see, the Pagan cults were as useless in spiritual terms as the Monotheistic cults of today. BUT, there was a distinct difference between the thinking of the […]

Truth or Lies Part 4

Getting back to the subject of cults, the modern day cults of Judaism, Christianity and Islam are – as we can see – rather different from the ancient pagan cults. Keep in mind that a cult is defined as having an “object of worship,” the worship of which/whom – if the rules of worship are […]

Truth or Lies Part 5

I would like to ask the reader a question before we continue. Have you ever, as a child, been accused of something you didn’t do, either by your parents, teachers or other “authorities?” And if so, were you punished unfairly for something you didn’t do? Do you remember how it felt? As you remember, can […]

Truth or Lies Part 6

The Bible is an Extraordinary Book: A book which claims infallibility; which aspires to absolute authority over mind and body; which demands unconditional surrender to all its pretensions upon penalty of eternal damnation, is an extraordinary book and should, therefore, be subjected to extraordinary tests. But it isn’t. Neither Christian priests nor Jewish rabbis approve of applying to the bible […]

Truth or Lies Part 7

Historians, when writing about history, not only discuss the theoretical facts that are being proposed as the timeline, but also the means by which they arrived at their ideas. Generally, they draw their conclusions about history by reading “sources,” or earlier accounts of the matter at hand. In some cases these are eye-witness accounts, in […]

Truth or Lies Part 8

Procopius: Secret History, translated by Richard Atwater, (Chicago: P. Covici, 1927; New York: Covici Friede, 1927), reprinted, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1961, with indication that copyright had expired on the text of the translation. CONTENTS By the Historian How the Great General Belisarius Was Hoodwinked by His Wife How Belated Jealousy Affected Belisarius’s Military […]

Truth or Lies Part 9

Cont. – Procopius: Secret History, translated by Richard Atwater, (Chicago: P. Covici, 1927; New York: Covici Friede, 1927), reprinted, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1961, with indication that copyright had expired on the text of the translation. 13. . DECEPTIVE AFFABILITY AND PIETY OF A TYRANT Justinian, while otherwise of such character as I have […]

The Cs Hit List 08: Of Oracles and Conspiracies: TWA 800, 9/11, H1N1, and VISA

So far in this series, I’ve focused a lot on history and science, albeit some of it of a particularly paranormal persuasion. To jog the reader’s memory, the first installment began with a discussion of prophecy and prediction and asked some questions such as: Can prophecies be true? If so, are they all true? All fake? How […]

Impact Hazards on a Populated Earth?

Somehow, I think it is highly probable that we have a new event to add to our list of Meteorites, Asteroids, and Comets: Damages, Disasters, Injuries, Deaths, and Very Close Calls Have a look at the excerpts from the following two news items from this past week and see if something doesn’t seem off about the glib […]

JFK: The Debris of History

Over the past few days I’ve been thinking a lot about John Kennedy and what our world might have been like if he had lived. These thoughts didn’t just come out of the blue, they are the result of the fact that I have just finished reading one of the saddest books ever written: Farewell America by […]

The Gladiator: John Fitzgerald Kennedy

This is the second in a series of articles written in 2006 commemorating the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of JFK that we will carry every weekday as we approach the 45th Anniversary of that tragedy for mankind.The Obama win continues to generate lively speculation and the links to the JFK legacy grow stronger. On […]

The Bushes and the Lost King

The assassination of John F. Kennedy is a lot like the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Since that terrible day, almost 43 years ago, there have been over 2,000 books written about the JFK assassination. There have also been numerous television programs and several movies. There is endless theorizing and […]

Sim City and John F. Kennedy

  True Statesman Son of Perdition When I re-read the words of John F. Kennedy, when I consider the legislation he sought to enact, when I consider the sheer depth and humanity of him, and compare him with what is lurking and lurching in the White House today, I am literally overwhelmed. How far down […]

John F. Kennedy and All Those “isms”

Today, I want to come back to my JFK project. Twelve days from now is the 43rd anniversary of the assassination – a virtual coup d’etateffected by Corporate America and its various connections. As I mentioned when I began this little series in commemoration of John F. Kennedy, a close and careful study of American history […]

John F. Kennedy, J. Edgar Hoover, Organized Crime and the Global Village

Did you know that if we could reduce the world’s population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all existing human ratios remaining the same, the demographics would look something like this… 60 Asians 14 Africans 12 Europeans 8 Latin Americans 5 North Americans AND Canadians Of all of the above, 82 would be […]

John F. Kennedy and the Psychopathology of Politics

Today I want to continue with the subject of John Kennedy; there’s only one week left before the anniversary of his death, so I’m going to have to really put the pedal to the metal to get to the end of the subject on time. As it happens, now that the subject weighs so heavily […]

John F. Kennedy and the Pigs of War

On November 18th, 1963, John F. Kennedy predicted that the month of April, 1964, would bring “the longest and strongest peacetime economic expansion in our Nation’s entire history.” And he added: “The steady conquest of the surely yielding enemies of misery and hopelessness, hunger, and injustice is the central task for the Americas in our […]

John F. Kennedy and the Titans

On November 19, 1963, 43 years ago today, at a ceremony in the White House Flower Garden, John F. Kennedy welcomed officers of state education associations of the National Education Association. he remarked: “I realize once again in a very personal way what a tremendous flood of children are coming into our schools…” He was […]

John F. Kennedy, Oil, and the War on Terror

Later that day, he issued a statement on the Extraordinary Administrative Radio Conference to Allocate Frequency Bands for Space Radio Communication Purposes, held in Geneva, Switzerland from October 7 to November 8, 1963. He invited other nations to participate in setting up a global communication satellite system. He spoke of “a peace system worldwide in scope.” […]

John F. Kennedy, The Secret Service and Rich, Fascist Texans

On November 21st, 1963, 44 years ago today, the 1,035th day of John F. Kennedy’s tenure as President, he asked the Congress for $95.7 million in supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 1964. He also asked his economic advisers to prepare a “War on Poverty” program for 1964. Then, President Kennedy and Mrs. Kennedy departed for […]

John F. Kennedy and the Monolithic and Ruthless Conspiracy

As I mentioned in the previous chapter of the present series, I was 11 years old and in my 6th grade classroom when the news of John F. Kennedy’s assassination was first broadcast. I was not ignorant of the idea that evil existed in the world, but I thought about it as something that was […]