The following letter was sent to me by a reader and I am publishing it, along with my response, with his permission.
I just HAD to comment on your "Monarch Project analysis as potential disinformation, once again" blog post over at your excellent blog "watching the watchers." OF COURSE its is different to publicize and broadcast the many occult symbolism celebrities and performers employ in the mass media, and mass occult rituals. To draw the analogy between them and a private citizen in the community is totally out of touch with the reality! Private individuals do not influence millions of people at a time, effecting the minds of the youth, they exploited and paraded in front of our and our children's eyes as if it where their own will motivating their actions. Someone who is found to be a victim by abuse of this sort in one's community, say one's wife or daughter or son, that person needs to be taken away from the source of that abuse and helped, to broadcast that fact of this abuse would add humiliation to it, and stack on the abuse! I understand that it may seem unhealthy to brand certain very visible pop stars with the tag "sex slave" or "trauma based mind control," because it almost fetishes it, and dehumanizes these actual human beings, which is right in step with the agenda as far as I can see it (a cursory glance of course at what the horror genre is and is continuing to degenerate into will show you that.) However, as this spreads like a meme, the faster people will understand the horrible truth behind Hollywood and celebrities, and answer the "why" to their motivations. People need to know, people need to find empathy and recognize the MSM for what it is: pornography. Once you know the truth behind the scenes you are faced with a moral dilemma: is this okay?
I wish I was a little more coherent here.
Anyways, thanks for the good reads- I actually found your blog linked from another blog about Kurt Cobain linked from Red Ice.
We are in the apocalypse now, first to be unveiled is the seemingly chaotic world of celebrities, as they have been foisted into our lives taking the place of the gods. It makes sense now, and it doesn't make me happy.
Thank you for for taking the time to send this comment. I agree with you that people need to develop compassion which is why I originally questioned the tactic of exposing the private sexual abuse history of celebrities without their knowledge or consent. You are correct that many sexual abuse victims have to contend with feelings of shame, and publicizing that history without their consent can easily result in further psychological trauma. The point I was making is that there isn't anything unique about the psychology of celebrities that makes them invulnerable to the damage that can be caused by this kind of exposure. Furthermore, one of the reasons why so many celebrities have nervous breakdowns in the first place is because of the intense pressure of having the most intimate details of their personal lives scrutinized by complete strangers. And this is the exact kind of voyeuristic, invasive scrutiny that so many "mind control researchers", who claim to be motivated by concern, routinely engage in.
As for your statement that the apocalypse is beginning in the media, personally I think "the apocalypse" was started by religious fundamentalists who see illegal wars for mineral resources as a literal embodiment of Biblical doctrine. Many of them would agree with you about the need to address the evils of sex in the media, since that discussion detracts attention away from the mass civilian casualties and loss of civil liberties that have resulted from the foreign policies those same fundamentalists helped shape.
Where occult symbolism plays into this problem is in its relationship with fraternal orders who are in turn involved with child sex trafficking, paramilitary organizations and other criminal syndicates. The problem here is not with the symbols themselves but the context in which they are used, and the lack of ethics of the people who are using them. Within the Freemason-controlled entertainment industry, there is an established history of celebrities who are intimately connected to the military establishment being subjected to severe abuses such as psychiatric incarceration, sexual assault, forced drugging and electroshock. These are just a few of the practices that constitute the Monarch Project, which was created by the CIA specifically for the purpose of destroying and restructuring the human mind. This history can and should be exposed in order to document human rights violations so that they will never again be repeated. However, this exposure should also never happen at the expense of the health and sanity of those who were most harmed by the project.
Regarding your statement that the mainstream media is pornography, in my experience the sex industry is often a disturbing, dysfunctional place and the people involved in it, including the critics, are probably more likely than the rest of the population to fall somewhere along the narcissistic/sociopathic personality disorder spectrum. For that reason, I would not recommend for someone to choose it as their vocation. At the same time, the sex industry provides vital social and material support for countless people who otherwise would have none, and I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that this support can and has saved many lives. So, I tend to be wary of any attempts to characterize the industry as inherently good or evil, since oversimplified polarities always fall short of accurately describing any complex situation.
As for the way that celebrities are negatively affecting the youth, I think that most negative effects from media saturation can first and foremost be explained by the social isolation that economic globalization inevitably leaves in its wake. Were it not for the destruction of localized communities through neoliberal economic policies, the kind of problems attributed to effects of the media would be far less severe. Case in point: the Southwestern Native American Zuni tribes traditionally held ceremonial dances which contained brief depictions of sex acts that were performed in front of the entire community as part of a larger story. According to social conservatism, these dances should have resulted in illegitimacy, single motherhood and all manner of social chaos. And yet, they didn't. In fact, amongst the Zunis, illegitimacy was unknown, divorce was a rarity and women's position in society involved a much greater degree of respect and autonomy as compared to virtually any woman in Europe or colonial America. Despite these unusual societal achievements, European colonists still believed they alone had the moral authority to "save" Zuni women from the horrors of the heathen dances. As a result of this unwarranted cultural arrogance, the entire Zuni community was massacred in order to bring them up to the standards of Roman Catholic piety.
I'm relating this story because it disturbs me to see parallels between the kind of arrogance described above and discussion of the Monarch Project, which has quite literally turned into a cultural witch hunt, with the most minimal occult imagery presented as evidence for "sex slavery", and at the expense of people who very well may have suffered horrific abuses. This comparison may seem like gross exaggeration but, given the history of persecution of occult practitioners in Nazi Germany, where many thousands of Freemasons and Rosicrucians were murdered in concentration camps, I think it is important to remember that paranoia has always preceded tyranny. For more information, check out the Secret Sun post on how occult symbols are deliberately planted in the media in order to whip up a manufactured controversy via fundamentalist hysteria, thus increasing revenue for media conglomerates. Given the direction our society is presently headed in, the potential for conspiracy culture to end up supporting neofascist fundamenalist agendas can't be stressed strongly enough.
Overall, I appreciate your letter because it does appear to be coming from a place of genuine concern and, when it comes to the subject of trauma-based mind control, that concern is very much warranted. Thanks again for your comment and feedback.