Saturday, November 13, 2010
Alien Predictive Programming
When I was a little kid, I once asked my 90 year-old great-grandfather if he thought aliens existed. He laughed heartily and said of course not. Later on I asked my 60 year-old grandfather the same question. He said he wasn't sure if they existed or not. When I first asked my 30 year-old dad about it, he said there were billions of galaxies and planets just like ours and so there were most likely other forms of life out there somewhere. Nowadays when I ask my 9 year-old students who believes aliens exist, in every class, almost every student raises their hands. NASA and the Hollywood Masonic propaganda machine have been in overdrive for the past 60 years trying to inculcate us into a belief in extra-terrestrial aliens, and it seems to be working. Look at all these alien movies. Why is Hollywood so incessantly propagating this meme?
Cowboys & Aliens (coming out Summer 2011)
The Battle of LA trailer (coming out 3/11/11)
Skyline (in theaters now)
The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008)
War of the Worlds (2005)
The X Files (1993-2002)
Men in Black (1997) Men in Black II (2002)
Alien (1979) Aliens (1986) Alien III (1992) Alien Resurrection (1997)
The Arrival (1996)
Mars Attacks! (1996)
Independence Day (1996)
Species (1995) Species II (1998 below) Species III (2004)
Close Encounter of the Third Kind (1977)
War of the Worlds (1953)
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
Alan Watt and other researchers claim these are all examples of indoctrination through fiction or "predictive programming," a mind-control technique that works by slowly introducing new concepts in fictitious, humorous, or other benign ways so that our natural skepticism is temporarily turned off. Having bypassed this mechanism, the propaganda is able to sink in and marinate better, as Alec Baldwin explains here:
Alongside the mainstream predictive programming, the propagandists then slowly introduce a "counter-culture" movement of supposedly non-fiction, true, actual accounts of aliens like the following examples below, the godfather of which being the 1947 Roswell AREA 51 UFO crash. "Government insiders" to this day write books and give interviews saying that alien bodies were recovered from the site.
Alien Interview (below) and Alien Autopsy (click here)
Real Alien Photographs!?
Then you've got extremely questionable organizations like Project Camelot and the Disclosure Project constantly interviewing dozens of supposed government insiders about their top-secret knowledge of extra-terrestrial presence on Earth. The Pope is out saying "it's okay to believe in aliens" and "the aliens are our brothers." Supposed NASA insiders like Richard Hoagland and his "Enterprise Mission" are trying to convince people there is/was life on Mars and that NASA is covering up a legitimate alien phenomenon. The UN has even appointed a "Space Ambassador" to meet with extra-terrestrials when we make contact. I'm not even kidding. Her name is Mazlan Othman and she's from Malaysia. Check it out in the video below:
There are steadily increasing UFO sitings around the world and in the news, and the journalists almost always laughingly suggest the possibility of little green men, instead of investigating, exposing, or even considering the evidence-backed, easy-to-prove angle that these UFO's are in fact GOVERNMENT aircraft, and that the whole alien meme constantly in our faces has been a long-term propaganda scheme getting us ready for a Project Bluebeam-like contact event, complete with UFO's and human-hybrid genetic monstrosities (their idea of eugenetic "perfection") who will play themselves off as "aliens" here to bring world peace, technology, and aid in our evolution. Are you ready for the fake aliens?