He was a short man, but his eyes blazed with determination and authority. Those intense eyes scanned the room, and focussed on a certain scientist among the assembled inner circle. "What I want, is total annihalition," then he corrected himself, "Annahilating effect". Von Braun nodded his understanding.
These two men had different aims: One wanted to "reach for the stars", the other wanted a more terrestrial target, namely London.
Hitler had been deeply impressed by a recent demonstration of Werner Von Braun's A4 rocket. Although Hitler's closest advisors remained unimpressed by the A4's potential for destructive effectiveness and preferred the advancement of the Luftwaffe (with some truly breathtaking technology in the works), they had missed the point.
What the Fuhrer really wanted was to bring London to it's knees by fear rather than total physical destruction. What impressed Hitler most about the A4 (soon renamed V2) was the visual and audible effect. Images in his head of hundreds of these weapons raining down on London were fuelled by something that had happened in America a few years earlier.
One of the earliest and best known stories of superior extraterrestrials invading the earth was, of course, HG Well's The War Of The Worlds. Set in London at the height of the British Empire and the Industrial Revolution, Wells wanted to bring British superior attitudes down a peg or two by having London and her military force overwhelmed by Martians who emerge from huge rockets; first a few, then hundreds raining out of the sky, blasting craters into the ground from which the terrifying invaders emerge. As a final, belittling poke at the lofty British, Wells has his Martians finally wiped out by a lack of resistance to microbes.
A few decades later in a newly emerging super-power, another Wells; Orson Welles, transformed the War Of The Worlds into a novel radio play. Wells, his voice deadpan, played the role of a firsthand reporter witnessing the arrival of the Martian menace. http://content.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,1855120,00.html
Many listeners took the "reporting" seriously, and mass panic ensued. (Although there are indications now that the reported "mass panic" may be a hoax-within a hoax!)
Hitler took notice. (perhaps he was being deceived by false "mass panic" reports?)
The Fuhrer was well practised in the value of drama and theatrics. Rallies at Nuremburg were held at sunset, with rows of searchlight beams reaching to the sky to create a cathedral of light. Wagnerian music and Hitler's own theatrical gesturing completed the hypnotic effect that so captivated and galvanised the German people.
Unfortunately for Hitler, his gamble on the power of V2 bombardment backfired.
Under the slogan "Keep Calm And Carry On", the British stiffened their resolve, and this time, it was the Allieds who took notice: The threat of a superior technology raining death and destruction from above, far from bringing Londoners to their knees, made them forget their petty differences and banded together. They became more cohesive, more organised, more alert.
It could be said that the V2 failure was a major element in Hitler losing the war: Possibly a textbook case of successful disinformation! It was remarked by Allied intelligence that had Hitler put his money with the Luftwaffe's new aircraft developments, things might have been very different. Indeed it was a high priority of the Allieds to find and question prime movers like Schauberger (Saucer and countergravity tech.) and the Horten Brothers (Stealth and flying wing tech.) who, under the ruthless General Hans Kammler, could have changed the course of the war had resources not been directed to the V2.
(Interestingly, a theory emerged a few years ago that the Roswell Incident was in fact a Soviet False Flag. Stalin too took notice of the effect of Orson Well's radio play, and after the war, harnessed the talents of German aviation geniuses The Horten Brothers (and more disturbingly, Josef Mengele) to create a fake alien landing scenario., although it is likely author Annie Jacobsen was the victim of yet more disinformation games:
"The child-sized aviators in this craft [that crashed in New Mexico] were the result of a Soviet human experimentation program, and they had been made to look like aliens a la Orson Welles' War of the Worlds, and it was a warning shot over President Truman's bow, so to speak. In 1947, when this would have originally happened, the Soviets did not yet have the nuclear bomb, and Stalin and Truman were locked in horns with one another, and Stalin couldn't compete in nuclear weaponry yet, but he certainly could compete in the world of black propaganda — and that was his aim, according to my source. ...
"What is firsthand information is that he worked with these bodies [of the pilots] and he was an eyewitness to the horror of seeing them and working with them. Where they actually came from is obviously the subject of debate. But if you look at the timeline with Josef Mengele, he left Auschwitz in January of 1945 and disappeared for a while, and the suggestion by the source is that Mengele had already cut his losses with the Third Reich at that point and was working with Stalin."
"The plan, according to my source, was to create panic in the United States with this belief that a UFO had landed with aliens inside of it. And one of the most interesting documents is the second CIA director, Walter Bedell Smith, memos back and forth to the National Security Council talking about how the fear is that the Soviets could make a hoax against America involving a UFO and overload our early air-defense warning system, making America vulnerable to an attack."
The idea of such a false flag was mentioned by Nigel Kneale in his extraordinary 1958 science fiction drama, Quatermass And The Pit, along with almost casual references to secret Nazi technologies) I will return to Kneale and his extraordinary television scripts in my next blog. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Kneale
So a valuable lesson was learned from all this: That a terror threat, whether from aliens or earthly sources, generally has a unifying effect, if handled correctly. "Keep calm And Carry On", for instance, was resurrected for the residents of Christchurch, NZ , in the wake of the major earthquakes and bombardment of aftershocks. The slogan might well translate as "Put your heads in the sand and get back to your work", however!
In the aftermath of recent terror attacks in Spain, silent marches of solidarity took place.
I hardly need mention 9/11 and the symbolism of the Two Towers "merging" into one Freedom Tower!
Check out these images of the WTC memorial searchlights and compare to the Nuremburg images above:
Other recent disasters and terror events will no doubt come to the readers mind as having a similar galvanising effect, just as Hitler's Nuremburg speeches had a galvanising effect on the German people.
Want a current analogy: North Korea's missile launches!
Clearly, to any one with a discerning mind, North Korea is no threat to the outside world, yet the propaganda we are being fed would have us believe otherwise. Two parallel agendas are at work: First use Kim Jong Un as the latest in a long list of "Boogeymen" threatening the world, to create the "Unity Through Fear" effect on the masses, then secondly, bring North Korea into the fold, by force if necessary (and lets face it, war generates PROFIT).
And just like Hitler's V2s most of Kim's rockets fail to launch or miss the target.
If you are creating a global world order, then all racial and ideological differences must be erased, and one easy way to do this is by threat and catastrophe, whether real or simulated.
THE BIBLICAL STUFF
There's no escaping it. The apocalyptic, "Mark Of The Beast" material featured heavily in Serge Monast's Blue Beam book and public presentations. So we need to address it.
Was St. John of Patmos really a visionary who foresaw (or was told of by revelation) events unfolding in the early 21st. century?
To anyone versed in apocalyptic Jewish and Christian literature, much of the colourful imagery and terminology in Revelation will be familiar. Christians and Jews alike used this mode of writing as a way of communicating without direct speech that would arouse the obvious attention of Roman authorities. In other words, symbolic code. Terms used by Jesus; The Meek, The Wilderness, The Kingdom, all referred to specific people and places that the cognoscenti would understand and recognise. "The Beast" and his famous number, of course, referred Emperor Nero and probably to his vile predescesor, Gaius Caligula. In other words, John was speaking of the imminent demise of the Roman Empire (or so he hoped and believed).
They say history never repeats, but it does in fact move in cycles like most other things.
At the height of the Roman Empire's dominion over the world, Emperor Constantine fulfilled St. John's visions when he saw an opportunity to bring absolute peace and order to his vast empire by creating a Universal Religion, based on a small but growing sect called Christianity. The teachings of Jesus, more than any other, seemed to promote peace and unity, and being a young religion, was in a formative state and somewhat malleable. Constantine "converted" to Christianity after reportedly witnessing extraordinary visions in the sky. We shall never know for sure, but it is likely that Contantine himself "engineered" the sign in the sky for the benefit of his armies.
"...the Ecclesiastical History promotes the belief that God helped Constantine but does not mention any vision. In his later Life of Constantine, Eusebius gives a detailed account of a vision and stresses that he had heard the story from the Emperor himself."
We all know what followed. After the Council of Nicea, all the old Power Centres and temples around the world were speedily converted into Christian places of worship. The old gods were not abandoned, Constantine was craftier than that. No one would accept such a thing. Instead, the old pagan deities became saints, each with their own importance and a nice background story based on a Catholicised interpretation of their pagan attributes.
We now seem to be at a point in history where the One World Government, global "universal" religion agenda is moving forwards again, and the symbolism of John's Revelation fits the picture. The question is, are we witnessing Biblical prophecy fulfilled, or is someone harnessing Revelation for their own agenda? It's Constantine all over again.
We are witnessing a disturbing rise in fundamentalism and an insistence in an extremely shallow and literal interpretation of religious texts, and along with this, a phenomenal rise in the number of believers in a flat Earth. How much more easily the masses will accept, then, whatever signs and wonders may be projected into the "sky dome" above our heads.
The evidence cannot be easily dismissed, and neither can the warnings of Von Braun/Rosin, Hayakawa and Monast. No matter how crazy they may have seemed a few decades ago, it is clear that current events have proved the Blue Beam plan to be more than just a paranoid conspiracy theory. wether fake extraterrestrials and Holographic Christ/Maitreya figures are unleashed remains to be seen: Keep watching the skies!
While this concludes the Blue Beam blog, it serves as a prelude to my next piece: "Harvest Time"
Thanks for reading. As always, do your own research and feel free to challenge and question!
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