Archive for December 2017

Nathiel Grisby on Democrats

December 17, 2017


Lieut Nathaniel “Natty” Grigsby

It’s like Socrates, giving a prophecy when he was being sentenced to death. Prophecy came true btw, more or less. (Same thing I wrote 2015)


Kubrick and Apollo missions

December 2, 2017

The link itself concerns the photographic analysis of Kubrick filming methods vs Apollo filming methods. Below is my response to the timeline of Apollo, Operation Fishbowl, Operation High Jump, Operation Deep Freeze, Admiral Byrd’s missions to Arctic and Antarctica, and Operation Paperclip that led to NASA.

This is so much like Three Body Problem by that chinese author. No wonder the Chinese made it popular. It linked to so many NASA conspiracy facts.

The USA and Soviets needed a WallFacer. A solution to present to the ETs, that the ETs couldn’t spy on. So they pretended those ICBMs were against each other, and layered national security over national security secrets, knowing UFOs were watching them. Those ICBMs weren’t meant to irradiate the planet (they weren’t worried about that lobbing nukes at the sky). They were meant for an alien invasion.

They may have gone in contact with ETs from a gate at Area 51 (opened by Aleister Crowley’s faction), but they fell for the lie. So they’re just killing people for national security, even though they don’t know who is manipulating whom here. ETs may have said “oh, we’re here to help you, we didn’t build the dome, that was the hostile aliens”. Yeah, right. Believe as much of that as you wish.

No wonder there are secret black ops in the US that don’t even receive Congressional funding. That way they don’t even have to tell the US President anything.

Here’s a fanmade video of the Three Body Problem’s encounter with an ET entity called the “waterdrop“. It is easier to summarize the kind of content there than with a “wall” of text from the wikipedia articles.

What do I believe? I believe humans deceive. It is easy to believe in things you fear and things we want to be true. As for me, I utilize parallel processing: entertaining a theory without believing in it.