Month: February 2020

The Salem Witch Trials – 1692

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The Salem Witch Trials


The Salem Witch Trials Were Faked – by Miles Mathis
First published October 19, 2015

I suggested in a recent paper that the famous witch trials of history may have been faked.

I will show evidence that suggestion is true, at least regarding the Salem event.

Witchcraft in the 17th century, came up as a tangential topic and I was led to remind myself that it was also a topic in this past century.

I remembered that Arthur Miller debuted his play “The Crucible”, in 1953.

This reminded me that the Witchcraft Act in England was repealed in 1951 and Gerald Gardner started Wicca in 1954.

Those close dates seemed more than a coincidence, so I suggested maybe they weren’t.

If “The Crucible” came out to support current projects, then it was possible that the Salem Witch trials were also a project.

I didn’t have time to pursue it in that paper, so I am going to pursue it here.

Of course, if The Crucible play was part of a project in 1953, then the 1996 film, which Miller wrote, would be a project.

We will look at that possibility near the end of this paper…read more


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John Fitzgerald Kennedy – OK What’s New? – 1963

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Camelot ruled from the cave of Merlin by Miles Mathis I almost seem To hear the birds speaking to me.
Is there a spell, Perhaps, in the blood? The curious bird up there—Hark! he sings to me.
—Wagner, Siegfried
First draft written December 2007, first appeared on the internet 2008-9†
As you see, this paper was written several years ago. I have been sitting on it for over seven years. But
now, after publishing many other papers in the same line—on faked events—this one may be
somewhat easier to promote. If the thesis is too far-out for you at a first glance, read the other papers
first. I especially recommend my paper on the Lincoln assassination, which has many parallels to this
one. I also recommend my very long paper on the Tate/Manson event. The photographic evidence I
compiled for that one exceeds even the photographic evidence here—which is extensive.
As usual, I offer this paper as an opinion piece, protected as free speech by the Constitution. It is my
professional reading of the evidence, to be taken as such. When I say professional, I mean I have …read more

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David Icke

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David Vaughan Icke (born 29 April 1952) is an English professional conspiracy theorist and former sports broadcaster.

He is the author of over 20 books and numerous DVDs and has lectured in over 25 countries.

Icke visited a psychic in 1990, who told him he would begin to receive messages from the spirit world.

The events led him to announce that the world would soon be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes, repeated on the BBC’s show, Wogan.

The show turned him from a respected household name into someone who received widespread public ridicule.

Over the next 11 years Icke wrote several books, in which he developed his worldview of New Age conspiracism.

His endorsement of the anti-semitic The Protocols of the Elders of Zion led his publisher to refuse to publish his books.

Icke believes that the universe is made up of “vibrational” energy and consists of an infinite number of dimensions that share the same space.

He believes that a race of reptilian beings, called the Anunnaki, have hijacked the earth.

Also, a genetically modified human–Archon hybrid race of shape-shifting reptilians, AKA New World Order, Illuminati or Global elite, manipulate global events.

This is to keep humans in constant fear, so the Archons can feed off the ‘negative energy’ this creates. 

He claims many prominent figures belong to this race and are propelling humanity toward an Orwellian fascist state, where freedom of speech is ended.

Icke believes that the only way this ‘Archontic’ influence can be defeated is, if people wake up to “the truth” and fill their hearts with love. 

Critics have accused Icke of being a Holocaust denier and antisemite, claims he denies.

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Sharon Tate & The Charles Manson Family – 1969

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The Tate Murders were a False Flag and the Greatest Unknown Success Story of Project CHAOS by Miles Mathis

You will best benefit yourself by keeping an open mind and forgetting most of what you have learned in the past. (Jay Sebring)

Part 1: the Backstory

Of all the “conspiracy theories” I have run across over the years, amazingly this is not one of them. I searched the internet for anything on this theory and got nothing, even at Above Top Secret and sites like that. But now that we know many recent tragedies have been faked in Hollywood fashion, why not go back to previous decades, to see how long this has been going on?

Before I start, let me say two things. One, we will have to study the crime scene photographs of Sharon Tate, but I will make it as easy on you as possible. They aren’t what you think anyway. I was apprehensive when I clicked on them for the first time, but I was very surprised. They aren’t at all what we have been led to believe.

Even so, I will lead you in slowly, making a strong case that they are fake before you even take a look [If you want to skip ahead, go to p. 46]. By the time we get there, you will already be pretty sure they aren’t what they are supposed to be and you won’t be afraid to look at them.

Two, I will also prepare your mind and eyes by making it clear why the murders needed to be faked. It will be much easier for a reader to understand how they were faked once he or she understands why they were faked.

It turns out that with this manufactured tragedy—as with all others—you have been getting disinformation from all sides. Only after thoroughly investigating the Tate murders myself was I able to see that all the “dark theories” were also wrong and probably planted. That is to say, the alternative theories for these major tragedies also seem to be written by the spooks.

They either sidetrack you into Satanism and Crowley and LaVey, for instance; or they lead you in with a few pieces of true information and proper speculation before they divert you to the desired belief nonetheless. Mae Brussell was a case of the latter, admitting that the government was up to no good, but then preventing you from seeing what they were really up to.

As alternative as Brussell seemed to be, she never got to the truth. She always fingered the CIA, which turns out to be true enough, but beyond that she was always in sea of molasses. This could be because she was a poor researcher or it could be because she was CIA as well.

I currently tend to the second conclusion. If she had been onto anything big, she wouldn’t have been allowed on the radio. The simple fact she was speaking out under her own name means she was wrong. She was allowed to talk because she was muddying the waters (and still selling the main lines of the standard story).

The CIA loves to have the waters muddied, of course. For instance, Brussell did an hour-long interview with KLRB in 1971, and she …read more


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