“We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects, and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity. Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do.”
(Former Lockheed Head and B1 developer, Ben Rich on his death bed)
It’s recently come to my attention that we have been little more than a slave race. How’s that for a post MR opening line? Thought that would get your attention. While I was mostly, radio silent over MR, I revisited material that I’ve buried, only because the implications are too vast and broad to really comprehend. Also, I have been adopting the Native American position of asking myself, “But does it grow corn?” In essence, if it does not lead to some sort of practical solution, what good is it? I mean if I told you that our version of consensus reality is little more than a virtual program, constructed and influenced throughout what we call history by sources of intelligence far greater than ours, and in fact that those same sources even had a hand in shaping our biology, not once, but perhaps through three different epochs, would it help you pay your mortgage, get a new job, work for less money and more hours than your last one? Would it build a better and stronger bridge to you and your beloved, crafting a love that lasts a lifetime? It’s doubtful. And yet, it’s these strange and uncomfortable scenarios that I keep returning to time and time again.
Whether it’s the late Bill Cooper’s detail rich story about the evolution of modern ET contact that took place in the American Southwest, mostly during the Eisenhower presidency, or Michael Tellinger’s unearthing of pre-antidiluvian civilizations and cultures in South Africa (we’re talking pyramids and glyphs) to the strange tales of The Dogon, to Lockheed head, Ben Rich’s deathbed confessional that aliens are real, we have their technology and not only can we go to the stars, but we already have, there is a serious disconnect and breach in the world.
One of my favorite movies of all time is a somewhat obscure, French film called, “Fantastic Planet.” It was adapted from the novel, “La Planete Sauvage” it is a parable for our time of sorts. There are two species occupying one world. One race is a species of alien giants, with superior intellect and technology. The other is a race like ours that is kept like pets. However, while the pet race might appear to be domesticated, it has a wild side. A rebellious side. One that won’t settle for being kept on a leash. Eventually, the giant race is threatened by the increasingly aggressive behavior of the diminutive little upstarts and starts spraying the air with drones that seek out their hiding places, where they mate and reproduce and an alarming rate. The little people are tenacious and clever. They find a weak spot in the alien life cycle and they exploit it to their advantage. They turn the tide and hold leverage, thus ensuring their safety and the safety of future generations. They achieve a form of peace, not through appealing to the higher instincts of the masters, but because they had neutralized a very important aspect of their lives. Leverage.
In L. Ron Hubbard’s glorious mess, Battlefield Earth a similar dynamic is in play. Earth has been invaded by a race of technologically superior giants, known as “Psychlos.” The “Psychlos” are code for “Psychos” and Hubbard was basically telling everyone that earth is run by a race of alien psychopaths that promote psychopathic betrayers of the home team. These psychopathic betrayers in turn become the leaders of the so-called free world–captains of industry–heads of state. The psychlos know they are foul beings and instead of pretending to have some higher, more ethical standard that regulates their more base impulses, say like religion, they practice a sort of nasty game theory, where holding leverage over someone lends power and control. If you’ve got leverage, you’ve got the upper hand and as a result can more or less dictate terms and conditions. This is a stark assessment of the current human condition, but it is one that more and more people are grappling with as resources on both a personal and a collective level are truncated, held back and reapportioned. During difficult economic times, leverage is even more powerful.
But the psychlos, like the giants on Fantastic Planet, have a blind spot, and the so-called-savages, filled with gumption, grit and guile, eventually figure it out. Once they have the blind spot identified, leverage is achieved and the playing field leveled. On my show today, I played a two-part-interview with Kindra Arnessen. Some of you may know her from her stellar work on the gulf. I have rarely seen someone like her rise to the occasion the way she has. Kindra Arnessen (KA) steps right out of the gels of projection and directly into our collective imagination.
She’s a Cajun Karen Silkwood. She’s a voice for our time. An unlikely hero raised up from the chemical shoals of the Gulf Coast. Like the rebels of “Battlefield Earth” and “Fantastic Planet” she’s a plucky savage that doesn’t know any better and she’s on the front lines. God bless her.
Ingo Swann (9/14/33) was a man on the front lines once, though his lines were decidedly more blurred. Swann was charged with leading an unlikely group of psychic warriors behind the veil of the “Iron Curtain” during “Operation Grille Flame” the US Army’s remote viewing program. Swann was an art dealer and renowned psychic. It was under his guidance that the protocol for remote viewing were developed and adopted. This was very Virgoan. He literally came up with a rigorous series of checks and balances which made sure that his budding psychics were getting real info and not random projections. Through Swann’s protocols, targets were established and viewed. It’s no wonder that after he left, the program devolved into less reliable modalities, such as tarot cards.
I looked at his chart to see if there was that magic alignment that says, “ooh, this guy is really psychic, like Merc/Neptune/Pluto/Uranus connection, but it’s not really there per se. It conjuncts Jupiter (expansive) and sextiles Pluto, and those are great aspects, neither of which really shout out “psychic” though the sextile to Pluto is powerful and cannot be dismissed. I suppose if we’re looking for a connection, it’s the Pluto/Moon conjunction in the 12th, with Mercury and Sun, sextiling both. Lines of communication into other worlds.
Uranus in Aries (Yes, the planet of unconventionality next to the sign of war) at his midheaven is fascinating. Opposing Venus in Libra in the third, it shows that Swann was probably never comfortable with the arrangement. An uneasy alliance between the relationships and ideas and the connection to their application in the physical world.
Underscoring the rift between the world we live in and the worlds that exist, Swan recounts a story from his book, Penetration, where he learns the truth about ET’s, bio-androids, water sucking UFO’s and a nearly fatal, close encounter. According to Swann, the only threat that ET’s perceive are psychics.
Penetration is also available for free via PDF download, here if you want to go even deeper down the ole rabbit hole.