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A Strange Tale of Aleister Crowley, John Dee and Loch Ness…..
Dreaming Saucers- Nik Hayes…..
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Charles Walton – 50 years on…..
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This is a re-posting of Richard’s 2018 video – http://www.richplanet.net/starship_ma… When the Jo Cox assassination occurred (in the UK) in June 2016, many questions were raised over the veracity of the official version of events. Some say the trial was staged and the outcome preordained by mainstream media. Richard has met with first hand witnesses to the events and has met with friends of the alleged perpetrator Tommy Mair. In this lecture Richard presents the findings of his independent investigation to date. He is appealing for viewers to go to their MP and show them his lecture on Jo Cox’s murder. Richard clearly demonstrates that the trial was at the very least a farce, and quite possibly 100% fraudulent. The mainstream media (as usual) were used to sell to the public an entirely false motive for the murder. Anyone with more information please contact Richard in confidence via the contact page on the Richplanet website www.richplanet.net
A recording of the proceedings of the Dreaming Saucers event in Oxford that took place on May the 12th and 13th 2018. Nik Hayes- The Invisibles Some UFO’s can’t be seen in visible light, but they do take form in other parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. They also respond to “orgone” energy directed by Wilhelm Reich’s “cloudbuster”. They can even be photographed with the right equipment. See: www.questfortheinvisibles.co.uk
Last week, I received in the mail a review copy of the new book from Jason Louv. Its title: John Dee and the Empire of Angels. The subtitle: Enochian Magick and the Occult Roots of the Modern World. The publicity release for the book (from Inner Traditions) states: “Dr. John Dee (1527-1608), Queen Elizabeth I’s court advisor and astrologer, was the foremost scientific genius of the 16th century. Laying the foundation for modern science, he actively promoted mathematics and astronomy as well as made advances in navigation and optics that helped elevate England to the foremost imperial power in the world. Centuries ahead of his time, his theoretical work included the concept of light speed and prototypes for telescopes and solar panels. Dee, the original ‘007’ (his crown-given moniker), even invented the idea of a ‘British Empire,’ envisioning fledgling America as the new Atlantis, himself as Merlin, and Elizabeth as Arthur.”
Further: [“Presenting a comprehensive overview of Dee’s life and work, Louv examines his scientific achievements, intelligence and spy work, imperial strategizing, and Enochian magick, establishing a psychohistory of John Dee as a singular force and fundamental driver of Western history. Exploring Dee’s influence on Sir Francis Bacon, the development of modern science, 17th-century Rosicrucianism, the 19th-century occult revival, and 20th-century occultists such as Jack Parsons, Aleister Crowley, and Anton LaVey, Louv shows how John Dee continues to impact science and the occult to this day.”]
A Strange Tale of Aleister Crowley, John Dee and Loch Ness
My previous article was titled “A Strange Tale of Aleister Crowley, John Dee and Loch Ness.” It took a look at the weird saga of how Loch Ness Monster-seeker F.W. “Ted” Holiday found himself, in the early 1970s, plunged into a strange world that involved the long-dead John Dee, Edward Kelly and Aleister Crowley – all key figures in the realm of magick. It’s now time to take a look at a very similar saga that occurred in the early 1980s, but in Ireland, rather than at Loch Ness, Scotland. It all revolves around a man named Tony “Doc” Shiels. In a June 1, 2013 article here at Mysterious Universe – and titled “Monstrous Intrigue in Monstrum!” – I wrote of Shiels the following:
More on Edward Kelly, Lake Monsters and Aleister Crowley
From the comment section in this one, Paul O’Sullivan shares a quote from Doc Shiels:
“You know, magicians don’t believe in magic, and it’s a frightening thing when a magician finds out that magic does exist – that these things are true after all. The bizarre stuff is an imitation of the real thing, then the real thing starts to strike back. It does not like you to pretend to be involved. It does not like you pretending to do it. Bad things happened to the family, bad things happened to me, so I gave up performing…”
– Words of wisdom for all, and especially some high-profile, mountebanks to take heed of; explanations too, perhaps, for what has happened to other fakers and deniers, and how some have wisely taken the hint. There’s a lot of them. Here’s one who didn’t – Harry Houdini:
Born in Budapest on 24th March 1874 – an 11-date (6-3-9-11). He died young, aged 52. Mystery surrounds the circumstances of his death; officially it is put down to peritonitis – a serious illness that can be fatal physically, and metaphysically signals erroneous, self-injurious beliefs with compromised spiritual immunity – secondary to a ruptured appendix. In the Julian Calendar his birth date would have been the last day of the year. Harry Houdini passed away on Halloween, in 1926; He was 52 years, 7 months, 7 days old (7-7-7). Between 24th March and 31st October is 221 days, which is 7 months and 7 days (7-7). He lived 26 years in the 19th Century and 26 years in the 20th. 26+26 or 8+8 = 16 = 1+6 = 7 (again). 52 is in itself a much intentionally calculated (spell casting) mystical number and even aimed at the calendar and alphabet schemes.
Halfway, 12-13th July 1900, he was performing in his second week at the Alhambra Theatre in Leicester Square. No mystery as to how he ended up at that place named after the Djinn palace in Spain.
Nothing is really solid, everything is fluid, and that includes time. Every otherworld traveller has always known these things. They also know how vulnerable any mind is, if inadequately protected, when its momentum is paused.
Can you account for every second, even over the past hour? If a switch was flicked to turn the minds of an audience, or the world, off for a moment… would you know? Did what you just saw happen as you remember it, or was just a little bit, the telling part, edited out by someone, or something?…Perhaps it was your own beliefs? (Where did you get them from?)
Could it be that TV illusionist programmes are more than jolly entertainment for the masses. Are they, like quiz shows, plain sight stages in secretive mind control experiments?
When St. Valentine’s day draws near the thoughts of many throughout the country will turn to love and romance. The same will be true in the quiet and sleepy Warwickshire villages of Upper and Lower Quinton, but here February 14th also stirs darker memories and reminds the older residents of deeds they would rather forget. It was in the vicinity of these two villages that one of the strangest murders in British legal history took place, a crime whose brutality shocked the nation and which remains unsolved to this day. This year will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the events which have since become known simply as the Witchcraft Murder.
Charles Walton – 50 years on
Now 72 years on…and remains unsolved.
Years ago, on a whim, a friend led me into a New Age bookstore in Los Angeles. At the time I was a committed rationalist and knew nothing about paranormal phenomena except what I’d read in skeptical, debunking books. Unlike my friend, who found the bookstore’s atmosphere amusing, and who enjoyed pointing out the bizarre titles and covers, I felt distinctly ill at ease. There was something disturbing about being immersed in all that occult literature. I felt as if I’d ventured into unknown territory – dangerous territory. And I was glad to leave.
Hungry Ghosts: The Dark Side of the Paranormal
Alex Tsakiris: Today we welcome Phillip J. Watt to Skeptiko. Phil is a fellow podcaster — which is always fun for me — he’s also quite a spiritual seeker, a former social worker, an out-of-body traveler, a lucid dreamer, a bunch of other stuff and you can add to that list an author of a very cool new book titled, The Simulation.
(later in the interview)
Again, this gets to this topic that I, kind of, just touch on sometimes and it might be fun to stretch it out into a little bit of a longer discussion, and the phrase I always put on it is backdoor-materialism. So, it’s like, we’re out there preaching post-materialism, “Hey, materialism doesn’t work, and consciousness is the underlying fundamental nature of everything and everything arises out of consciousness,” and then as soon as we get any kind of momentum, we want to go back and go, “And here’s how we can measure it, control it, make it better, optimize it.” It’s like, wait a minute, in what way would that mean anything to use empirical means to study the efficacy of…?
I mean, there’s an underlying contradiction there that begins with the assumption that driving this back into the material world, and measure it in some way, is somehow good, useful, important for some goal that we have ill-defined and we really think we’ve moved past. Do you get where I’m at all coming from, with the backdoor-materialism?
Phillip Watt: Yeah, but I would say that the material world isn’t the material world, it’s an expression of reality and when we look at our scientific investigation into that expression of reality, if we look through a different lens, we’re going to see it differently, we’re going to have different results. But we shouldn’t be looking at it as, “Well, science is only the study of matter.” Science isn’t the study of matter, science is the organic investigation of humanity into reality.
So, how that unfolds, how we measure and actually interact with the so-called material world, which is very much connected to the quantum physical world, it’s connected to the observer and the collapse of the wave function into a particle experience, all the way the co-created process happens, as well as things that we don’t know about.
Phillip J. Watt, on Tony Robbins, Chaos Magic, and Backdoor Materialism |380|
A very enjoyable film:
Based on a true story, C. S. Lewis (Anthony Hopkins) is a world renowned writer and professor. Unmarried, he leads a gentleman’s life filled by intellectual pursuits, remaining untouched by any great passion until he meets Joy Gresham.