As it happens, as I was reading "The Dark Gods" by Anthony Roberts and Geoff Gilbertson yesterday I was also rather struck by the "predictions" of Carr from the book "Pawns in the game" that the authors used rather extensively at one point to proof their idea/point that there is a cosmic conspiracy/war/manipulation being played out over millennials through human beings by the "ultraterrestrials". Since the predictions, or rather plans (that were supposedly put together already quite clearly in documents "Carr discovered" from the 19th century) were quite astounding from the perspective of today, I thought it might be worthwhile to check out when exactly he wrote that book. As it turned out, it was originally published in 1956, which makes his "discoveries" far less "predictive" if we assume he used current knowledge and plans for it, instead of real "old documents".It is has since been discovered that the letter was never in the British Museum Library.
In light of that, the above discovery cited by Joe, that one of the letters Carr apparently used as source probably never really existed (if that is the case and I understood correctly?), makes all the other claims of Carr rather untrustworthy. It seems, although I haven't read it myself yet, that Carr could have simply used the ideas (and happenings that already occurred at that point in time, like the soviet/communist era) that were already floating around in certain circles like in the Zionist movements and then claimed his sources came from documents in the distant past while that was actually not the case. It could also be that he was played himself and was fed this information as something "truly old and secret" while in reality it wasn't that at all, and he actually believed it was.
Yes, it seems we only have Carr's word for all of that which makes it a rather difficult idea to trust. The statements and "predictions/plans" put forward by Carr are certainly quite striking if they were really already that concretely planned in words and deeds in certain circles way back in the 19th century. I agree with Roberts and Gilbertson, that if any of that is true, it certainly paints a quite different picture of history and what happened globally speaking. But yet again, all of that is based on the assumption that what Carr said was the truth, and even if it was, we have no way to confirm the validity of the original documents Carr is referring to, as far as I understood.So far so good, although Carr was writing in 1955 after these events had occurred. He attributes these predictions to Pike who died in 1891, which would make them more impressive, although we only have Carr's word for that.
Having said that, I don't think it is out of the realm of possibility (especially considering the statements of the C's over the years and what Roberts and Gilbertson compiled in their book) that the "Ultraterrestrials" (or rather 4D STS?) have played a very long game (for human standards) on this planet with the hope for a certain nightmarish outcome (from our perspective), through us and thus the human mind in general and certain movements that are and were directly inspired through people "subconsciously in contact and/or directed" by those beings. Therefore, I don't think it would be out of the realm of possibility that rather concrete conspiracies that are being played out over prolonged time spans (of more than a century or millennia for example) could exist "purely on the human level" through things like secret societies, movements like Zionism and government agencies like Mossad or the CIA, at certain levels. Most if not all the human participants in such a hypothetical and very long winding conspiracies could themselves be completely unaware of what is actually going on and that they themselves are also merely pawns in a cosmic chess game being played out through them.