The Egypt Connections, and, I Spy the All-Seeing Eye…

The Occult Beatles

Ever seen this photograph before? I hadn’t until I stumbled across it on the ‘net not that long ago and, upon seeing it, just felt that I had to share it here for your interest and perusal. Significant to most due to it being the last said photo to have been taken of Ringo Starr and John Lennon together before his assassination, it is, of course, notable also for the T-shirt he’s wearing…

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According to the websites I’ve seen it posted on, the photo originates from sometime circa late 1970s. 1979 according to some, 1978 to at least one other. Presumably, it would have been snapped in New York where Lennon had been residing for the majority of that decade. Anyway, there it is, emblazoned across his T-shirt, that notorious old pyramid and eye pic. Okay, I’m assuming that most folk who come reading here, perhaps you yourself, will need…

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Everlasting Being of Extra-Dimensional Simultaneity

Underground Bases DNA Activation The Unveiling

Civilizations carry out ancestor simulations within advanced technology simulation systems that are a mix between organic and inorganic technology or life. This is a false-reality simulation, generated by a hacker crew of pirates who uploaded a virus that is spread by assimilating the consciousness of the individuals into AI units that deliver a viral load to other units or systems.

Love heals. Focus on that, that’s the only vibration that will overcome the destroyer programming.

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Retro-Causal Illusion is the Perceptual Overlay System, Non-Human Entities, Creation, Spiritual Enslavement and Droning

Underground Bases DNA Activation The Unveiling

Retro-Causal Zone: What happens here influences what happened before the zone was entered.

The non-human organism overlays its consciousness through the technological entrainment system so that the human mind is replaced and this seems to consist of a retro-causal effect of replacing the ‘soul’ memory forwards and backwards through time. This is an illusion that is disengaged when the technology is disabled. The consciousness is held in a suspended state through an interdimensional quantum computer system that projects the entanglement throughout the entirety of the span across this space which is effectively forwards and backwards through time.

Literally, a quantum supercomputer system beams the consciousness of an underground non-human entity through the mind of the ‘droned’ human and there are interdimensional ‘way-points’ that are located on either ends of the span of history which create a closed loop of projection that securely ‘boosts’ the signal across the entire timeline as…

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35. Butterflies and Rabbit Holes

THE NARROW GATE

This post exposes the darker secrets of government mind control projects, including MK Ultra and Project Monarch.

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Recap

In the last post (34. Kill Your TV!) you were introduced to the Illuminati – the secret organization of underdeveloped men that operates from the shadows to control the public, using television and subliminal programming as their primary weapons.

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We also explored some basic elements of mind control, covering advertising, brainwashing, and subliminal programming; and hopefully after reading that you’ve taken my advice to heart…

Preface

This post will pick up where we left off in the previous post, and armed with a basic understanding of mind control (and a broken television set), we will now be taking a look at some of the deeper aspects of the things being done by the shadow government in the area of mind sciences.

Specifically, we will be looking at CIA mind control projects known…

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34. Kill Your TV!

THE NARROW GATE

This post aims to outline how television is used to subdue and control the masses, as well as exposing those responsible.

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Note to readers of The Narrow Gate

You may have noticed that this is post #34.. (and at the time of writing this the last one was #27).

Don’t worry, because you haven’t missed anything; I’ve simply jumped ahead a few posts in my plan as I wanted to get some of this material published sooner. Rest assured that the information presented below can stand on its own, though the posts I’m yet to complete will naturally bridge any gaps if any exist.

The reason for publishing this material first is that I’m putting together a new section on this site dedicated to day-to-day decodes of news and other media, and the information presented in this post (along with the next few posts soon to follow) will provide crucial background knowledge for that…

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Paul Robeson’s ECT at the Priory

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In September 1961 the American actor Paul Robeson was admitted to the Priory Clinic in Richmond, London, and treated with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). His son, Paul Robeson junior, has long suspected that the CIA may have had a hand in both his father’s sudden breakdown during a visit to Moscow and subsequent treatment in London (and, later, in New York).

Paul spent nearly two years in the Priory Clinic, with occasional short visits home to the London flat where he lived with his wife Eslanda. It was his wife who organised his admission to the Priory and consented to ECT, his son not learning he had been given ECT until later. Eventually Eslanda was persuaded that the regime of ECT and heavy doses of drugs at the Priory were not doing any good; Paul was removed from the Priory and taken to a clinic in East Germany where he spent…

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Teddy Terrorizes

Dioniso Punk

It seems this world has definitively lost any trace of our original innocence and tenderness, so nothing is safe anymore and everything conceals a risk. According to Getty Images, even Teddy isn’t always so sweet.

Kind of like many horror authors, the photo agency curated a list of stock photos featuring various beloved toy bears in situations ranging from shocking to bizarre to downright disturbing. Can your childhood bear being destroyed yet again?

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Victorian Giants

Dioniso Punk

Alice Liddell and Lewis Carroll are the guest stars of a fascinating exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London next spring, together with other three of the most celebrated figures in art photography: Julia Margaret Cameron, Oscar Rejlander, and Clementina Hawarden. These four artists would come to embody the very best in photography of the Victorian era. Their experimental approach to picture-making and radical attitudes towards photography have informed artistic practice ever since.

Featuring striking portraits of sitters such as Charles Darwin, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Thomas Carlyle, George Frederick Watts, Ellen Terry and Alfred, Lord Tennyson, the exhibition will include loans from the Royal Collection, the V&A and Tate, as well the Metropolitan Museum in New York, and other museums in Sweden and Germany. Fragile images rarely displayed because the prints and negatives are so vulnerable to light damage.

Lewis Carroll’s portraits of Alice Liddell, the real model…

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22 Vintage Photos Show What America Looked Like When Alcohol Was Illegal During the 1920s and ’30s

The prohibition of alcohol in the United States lasted for 13 years during the 1920s and 30s. It is one of most famous—or infamous—times in recent American history. While the intention was to reduce the consumption of alcohol by eliminating businesses that manufactured, distributed, and sold it, the plan backfired.

Considered by many as a failed social and political experiment, the era changed the way many Americans viewed alcoholic beverages. It also enhanced the realization that federal government control cannot always take the place of personal responsibility.

We associate the Prohibition era with gangsters, bootleggers, speakeasies, rum-runners, and an overall chaotic situation in respect to the social network of Americans. The period began in 1920 with general acceptance by the public. It ended in 1933 as the result of the public’s annoyance with the law and the ever-increasing enforcement nightmare.

Police in New York City pour liquor from a barrel down a sewer during a 1921 raid. (Graphicaartis / Getty Images)
Tears mingle with strong beer in Newark, New Jersey, as prohibition agents destroy the unlawful liquor seized in a Hoboken raid on June 18, 1931. (New York Daily News / Getty Images)
Huge black-and-white posters printed in bold type serve as notice that a Chicago business had been closed by the federal courts for violations of the Volstead Act. (George Rinhart / Getty Images)
A driver tries to ensure his safety with a banner on his vehicle that reads, “I’m not a Bootlegger. Don’t shoot, I’ll stop,” near the Mexico border in 1929. (Ullstein Bild / Getty Images)
The shoe of an alcohol smuggler who had been arrested at the Canadian border is strapped with wooden soles in the form of cattle hooves to camouflage their border crossing, circa 1924. (Ullstein Bild / Getty Images)

Bottles of Scotch whisky smuggled in hollowed-out loaves of bread are confiscated by police on June 12, 1924. (AP Photo)
Groups of young people playfully pose with illegal drinks, circa 1922. (Kirn Vintage Stock / Getty Images)
Two police officers drink from flasks by their car, circa 1930. (Kirn Vintage Stock / Getty Images)
A woman demonstrates how to use a Prohibition-era book to conceal a liquor flask in 1927. (Bettmann / Bettmann Archive)
A woman uses a dummy book, titled The Four Swallows, as a hiding place for liquor during Prohibition in 1925. (Ullstein Bild / Getty Images)
A woman shows off her new initialed garter flask, which had become the latest rage in 1926. (Hulton-Deutsch Collection / Corbis / Getty Images)
A potential customer examines an enterprising advertisement for an illegal speakeasy during Prohibition in the 1920s. (Hulton-Deutsch Collection / Corbis / Getty Images)
Children watch as a prohibitionist destroys a barrel of beer with an ax during the 1920s. (Bettmann / Bettmann Archive)
Police officers raid a Long Island, New York, home to find $20,000 worth of booze on Jan. 26, 1930. (Bettmann / Bettmann Archive)
Four women chug bottles of illegal liquor, circa 1925. (Kirn Vintage Stock / Getty Images)
A woman demonstrates how her overcoat conceals two tins of booze strapped to her thighs on Sept. 3, 1928. (George Rinhart / Getty Images)
More than 40,000 demonstrators gather in Military Park, Newark, on Nov. 1, 1931, to oppose the ban of alcohol in the US. (Bettmann / Bettmann Archive)
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Cullen-Harrison Act, or “Beer Bill,” the first relaxation of the Volstead Act, on Mar. 22, 1933. The new law allowed the sale of beer and wine containing 3.2% alcohol starting at midnight on April 6. (AP)
Partygoers celebrate the end of Prohibition amid a tangle of confetti and ribbons in 1933. (Bettmann / Bettmann Archive)
Workers in Brooklyn unload cases of liquor from marble blocks, which were used to conceal alcohol before the repeal of Prohibition, in October 1933. (New York Times Co. / Getty Images)
Bartenders at Sloppy Joe’s bar in Chicago pour a round of drinks on the house for a large group of smiling customers as it was announced that the 18th Amendment had been repealed and Prohibition had been removed from the US Constitution after 13 years. (American Stock Archive / Getty Images)
A woman serves drinks to a crowd of men who are joyfully celebrating the repeal of Prohibition in 1933. (Bettmann / Bettmann Archive)

Disasterland

Dioniso Punk

Through his family-unfriendly paintings of Cinderella in a meat dress or Jasmine and Belle making out and the Queen from Snow White snorting cocaine, José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros, from Mexico, just seeks to highlight the striking contrast between our ideals and our realities: I think it’s time to stop being afraid and to speak without hesitation about certain taboo subjects.

But, as opposed as it might seem, Rodolfo has utmost respect for the artistry of Disney cartoons, since served as his “first visual school”: It was very stimulating. The colorful landscapes, the stylization of the characters and the amazing animation inspired me. Disasterland — from a past exhibition at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles — is his tribute to pop culture, fashion, animation, horror films and the undeniable attraction of celebrity.

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