Ghost Of Mabus at Prince Harry Wedding

Nothing exceeds like excess. After Barbara Bush died on April 17, 2018, the “news” went into massive panegyrics: even though when she was alive no one paid attention to “Babs” Bush, her death from old age was reported as if Mother Mary Herself had passed away and it was The Assumption.

Looking for some hidden reason for the Babs Bush adulation, Ersjdamoo discerned that “Ma” Bush may have been the dreaded “Mabus” of a Nostradamus quatrain. (Background: “Mabus” Is “Ma Bush”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 20, 2018.)

And now, the ghost of Ma Bush floats in the atmosphere of “news” coverage of this Saturday’s wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle. Once again there is excessive “news” coverage of a commonplace event: people grow old and die, in the case of Ma Bush; people fall in love and get married, in the case of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. So what? Yet the “news” chooses to report as if something momentous has happened.

And while there is an excess of coverage for the upcoming wedding, other news – real news – gets pushed aside in favor of an erupting Banana Split.

The Masked Avenger, otherwise known as “Q” and “Qanon”, has given us these breathtaking questions: Do you trust POTUS? Does POTUS trust SESSIONS? Would SESSIONS be AG (still) if DEEP STATE?

Well, this is all so mysterious it must be HIGHLY IMPORTANT, adjudge fans of the Masked Marvel. Myself I don’t get though why he or she can’t just plainly say whatever point is trying to be made. (But this must show how dumb I am for not seeing how the Masked One has The Penguin on his trail and so has to be careful how much he reveals.)

A descent into idiocy: on one side is the excesses of the Saturday wedding; on the other is worship of a masked idol. Ma Bush would be pleased.

 

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The Riddle Of Q

The June 2018 issue of Harper’s magazine contains an article on the mysterious “Q”, also known as Q-anon. In “The Wizard of Q”, Walter Kirn ends up uncertain about this masked avenger. [1]

Behind the “news”, in Kirn’s description of the Q zeitgeist, there is “a sinister global power struggle” going on, between a depraved elite and good people everywhere, including a faction in the U.S. military. This military faction, in Kirn’s analysis of the Q theories, recruited Donald Trump for an epic battle against the evil Deep State. [1]

And so, for example, the North Korean situation is not as it seems, a checkers game between nations. Really, North Korea is a CIA puppet state – a huge Jonestown – “a center of trafficking in drugs and sex slaves.” [1]

And why does the masked avenger call him-or-herself “Q”? My theory is the designation alludes to the “Q” in the old James Bond movies, higher-ranking than even Agent 007. Kirn theorizes the “Q” may stand for “Quigley”, i.e., Carroll Quigley, author of the book, Tragedy and Hope. Alternately, Kirn theorizes the “Q” might signify the Department of Energy’s “Q” security clearance. [1]

A knowledgeable friend of Kirn’s given as “Matthew” reportedly believes “Q” might be a psyops operation being used to maintain morale among Trump’s base of supporters. [1]

In the end, Kirn offers no verdict on “Q”, other than that his various tweets are at least a significant development in literature. If so, “Q’s” writings can be compared to the Report From Iron Mountain (1967), later revealed to have been written as a satire by one Leonard C. Lewin. “Report From Iron Mountain was a joke,” claimed Lewin. Except U.S. News & World Report claimed in its November 20, 1967 issue to have confirmation of the reality of the report from an unnamed government official, who added that when President Lyndon Johnson read the report, he “hit the roof” and ordered it to be suppressed for all time. [2]

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[1] “The Wizard of Q”, by Walter Kirn. Harper’s magazine, June 2018.
[2] “Report From Iron Mountain”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, July 25, 2013. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/report-from-iron-mountain/

 

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Fort Sumter Was LIHOP?

LIHOP is an acronym which began to be seen following the surreal events of September 11, 2001 (“9/11”). Some believed about 9/11 that “they Let It Happen On Purpose” (LIHOP).

Think of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) knowing full well that the Japanese were about to attack Pearl Harbor in December 1941 and letting it happen on purpose because it would further his overall plans. (Background: Hoover’s Secret History, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, November 16, 2016.)

In a posthumously published book, former President Herbert Hoover alleges that the FDR Administration knew an attack was imminent and yet failed to warn those based at Pearl Harbor. [1]

This theme of LIHOP appears in a book by the late Shelby Foote. You may remember Foote from the Ken Burns documentary on the Civil War, where Foote was prominently featured as an authority on the subject. Foote suggests that President Abraham Lincoln cunningly maneuvered the Fort Sumter crisis so that the April 12, 1861 bombardment would be likely. “Lincoln,” writes Foote, “had maneuvered them [the Rebs] into the position of having either to back down on their threats or else to fire the first shot of the war… Lincoln soon had cause to believe he had judged correctly. Sumter did indeed unite and electrify the North.” [2]

In Charleston, South Carolina, Reb “fire eater” Roger Pryor had proclaimed, “Strike a blow!” shortly before April 12th. The southern crowd listening was delighted. “So would Lincoln have been if he had heard him, for by now he saw Sumter as the answer to his need for uniting the North.” [2]

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[1] “Pearl Harbor Reconsidered”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, December 4, 2016. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2016/12/04/pearl-harbor-reconsidered/
[2] The Civil War, Volume 1 (chapter 1), by Shelby Foote. New York: Vintage Books, 1986.

 

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Ancient Dwarf Race

Information of a startling nature is found in my book, The Chatty Cathy Files. (Available as an e-book from Amazon, and in paperback from Lulu.com).

After the paperback version had gone to press, I encountered significant new information which I included in the e-book version of my book:

The first humans, according to [Albert] Churchward, were a pygmy race which came to populate the earth. These first lived south of the equator in Africa. Then there evolved what Churchward refers to as the ‘Nilotic Negroes’, persons dwelling in the area of the Nile River. ‘They came up from the south of the Nile Valley, where they had already formed a secret society, calling themselves ”the followers of Horus” (or ”the blacksmiths”).”

These ‘Nilotic Negroes’ established the city of Edfu and built temples honoring the Great Architect of the Universe throughout Egypt. They were called ‘the Mesniti or Mesintu, or the followers of Horus…’

(See also Terrorists Hiding In the Pyramids!, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 18, 2017.)

Now, additional information on this ancient dwarf race has been found in the pages of an old book. In Archidoxes of Magic, by Theophrastus Paracelsus (reprint from Kessinger.net), the author tells us that “Under the Earth do wander half-men… Vulgarly called Gnomi…” These dwarves are not spirits, says Paracelsus, “they have flesh and blood as men, which no real Spirit hath.”

These beings appear to be something between spirit and matter. “Such as digge Metals have the best knowledge of these Spirits, for they are most troubled with them, and do vexe them, and much persecute them with blowes and stripes: sometimes also they do afford benefits unto them, admonishing them and warning them of death.”

Although these Gnomi are little “yet they can appear to men as they will, great, or little; faire, deformed; rich or poore.”

“In old times many of them have been found and heard amongst men, but now they cease.” (Or do they? What are the “ET beings” said to be encountered by some?)

These Gnomi “are to be understood to be halfe-men.” In the “pristine times of nature” they were confused to be gods or even God. “These are they of whom God Almighty admonisheth us in that Commandment of the first Table, saying, that we shall not have any other Gods but him, neither in the waters (where the Nymphs are understood) nor under the Earth, (by which he meaneth Sylphs or Pygmies)…”

Is it these underground dwarves who now stir up trouble in Hawaii? We ourselves, says Paracelsus, have deep within us “a secret Magnes that attracteth every like. This is the Celestial Load-stone above all others…”

 

 

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Dangerous Documentaries

Thalidomide first began being sold in 1957. The drug was advertised as “completely safe” for everyone, including mother and child, “even during pregnancy.” But by 1961 Thalidomide began being associated with severe birth defects in newborns: many of them were born with phocomelia, resulting in shortened, absent, or flipper-like limbs. [1]

The “Thalidomide babies” was a big scandal at the time. I remember from when I was about 10-years-old seeing the shocking photos in Life magazine. Back then, no one was sneering about “conspiracy theories” linking Thalidomide with birth defects.

But something has changed. A recent article in Slate magazine warns readers about dangerous documentaries available on Amazon Video. [2] Ersjdamoo, of course, immediately took notice of their titles and began to watch them. The first of these viewed, Vaxxed, suggests a link between the MMR vaccine and skyrocketing diagnoses of autism. (Background: Autism Epidemic, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, May 5, 2018.)

The Slate article wishes the dangerous documentaries were not available on Amazon Video. Before they disappear, you might want to view them for yourself. Here is a partial list of Slate’s dangerous documentaries:

  • Shoot Em’ Up: The Truth About Vaccines
  • We Don’t Vaccinate!
  • Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe
  • The Greater Good
  • Endgame
  • Zeitgeist
  • Patient Seventeen

This is only a partial list. Other dangerous documentaries listed in the Slate article are on Netflix. See source number 2 (below) for the complete list, although you will have to wade through the author’s own theorizing about the “conspiracy theories.”

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[1] “The Thalidomide Tragedy: Lessons for Drug Safety and Regulation”, by Bara Fintel, Athena T. Samaras, and Edson Carias. Helix Magazine (online), July 28, 2009. https://helix.northwestern.edu/article/thalidomide-tragedy-lessons-drug-safety-and-regulation
[2] “Streaming Services Have a Conspiracy Theory Problem”, by Alan Levinovitz. Slate (online), May 3, 2018. https://slate.com/technology/2018/05/the-insidious-conspiracy-theory-documentaries-on-netflix-and-amazon-prime.html

 

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Autism Epidemic

Many are hostile towards a documentary film released in 2016: Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe. The film is currently available for viewing on Amazon Video, but beware that some are pushing to have Vaxxed removed from that venue. The film alleges a cover-up by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of a purported link between the MMR vaccine and autism. [1]

Two immediate takeaways I got from watching Vaxxed are (1) single-use vaccines may be safer than the MMR vaccine, and (2) diagnoses of autism have grown exponentially over the past several decades.

The film claims that at least in some nations the single-use vaccines have been more or less outlawed. The single-use vaccines are “separate component vaccines” as contrasted with the MMR vaccine (combined measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine). [2] So, with single-use vaccines, one is inoculated separately against measles, mumps, and rubella, whereas the MMR (Measles Mumps Rubella) vaccine combines all three into one inoculation.

The other startling takeaway from Vaxxed is its claim that diagnoses of autism have been increasing exponentially during the past several decades. Back around 1930 through 1960 autism was fairly rare, but then its occurrence began growing sky high. “The number of people diagnosed has increased dramatically since the 1960s, partly due to changes in diagnostic practice; the question of whether actual rates have increased is unresolved.” [3]

The film Vaxxed notices the coincidence at least between use of the MMR vaccine and skyrocketing diagnoses of autism. One can’t help but wonder about the hugely hostile reception the movie has received in some quarters.

Which brings us to Nikolas Cruz, alleged mass murderer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, who had been diagnosed as autistic. Nikolas Cruz was 19-years-old when the February 14, 2018 massacre took place. That means that around the year 2000 Nikolas Cruz would have been ripe for receiving the MMR vaccine. Inquiring minds want to know: Was Nikolas Cruz vaccinated with MMR?

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[1] “Vaxxed”, Wikipedia, accessed May 5, 2018. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaxxed
[2] “Q&As about Monovalent M-M-R Vaccines”, CDC. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/clinical-resources/mmr-faq-12-17-08.html
[3] “Autism”, Wikipedia, accessed May 5, 2018. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism

 

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Pulp Fiction and Allison Mack

To forget your troubles, read pulp fiction. Among the best of these are stories by David Goodis (1917 – 1967). Goodis’ tales are the dark side of 1950s America. Among my favorites is his story, The Burglar, honored by Library of America for inclusion in a volume of five Goodis pulp fiction stories.

Too bad Goodis is not alive today. What might he do with the emerging news about the “secret sisterhood”, the Cult of NXIVM, “a bad-ass bitch boot camp,” and Sara and Clare Bronfman, members of NXIVM and the daughters of Edgar Bronfman, the deceased chairman of Seagram Company? (Background: Secrets Of the NXIVM Sisterhood, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, October 22, 2017.)

And now added to the plot is Allison Mack. “Did Allison Mack Confess She Sold Children to Rothschilds and Clintons?” asks almighty Snopes. Snopes says not exactly. It is, advises Snopes, “A real case of sex trafficking charges involving a ‘Smallville’ actress, but ‘child sex cult,’ ‘Rothschilds,’ and ‘Clintons’ are catnip to the disinformation set.” [1]

So we have Allison Mack – innocent unless proven guilty, by the way – allegedly involved “with an organization called Nxivm (pronounced NEX-ium), an Albany, New York-based group that claimed to be a self-help program but was, in reality, a pyramid scheme in which some recruits were exploited sexually and for their labor, prosecutors allege in court filings.” [2]

So pulp fiction from all this: It started innocently enough, with Allison Mack, an attractive doe-eyed blonde, lured into NXIVM which told her it wanted to empower women. But it turns out to be a cult having as its guru a math genius named Keith Raniere. And Raniere has lured in wealthy heiresses Sara and Clare Bronfman. As the tale unfolds, we have our little lamb, Allison Mack, to her horror sucked ever more deeply into a web of evil. And then is introduced into our pulp fiction tale a washed-out detective who sees a chance for redemption when he tunes in a “Smallville” episode and falls head-over-heels for the dame, Allison Mack. Several cliff-hanger chapters ensue, with the washed-out detective barely surviving yet all the while getting closer to the real truth. But will Allison Mack realize that the detective loves her true? And will the detective straighten up and walk the narrow path? Or does it all come to naught for them both in the end, even though the math genius guru has his operation exposed?

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[1] “Did Allison Mack Confess She Sold Children to Rothschilds and Clintons?”, Snopes, https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/allison-mack-rothschild-clinton/
[2] “‘Smallville’ actress Allison Mack granted bail in sex trafficking case”, by Sandra Gonzalez. CNN, April 24, 2018. https://www.cnn.com/2018/04/24/entertainment/allison-mack/index.html

 

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