- It's been said that there's a price to be paid for knowing
- In the pre-USB and pre-CDROM days you could readily buy
preformatted floppy disks for your computer. All societies raise children
to accept their unique preformatted thought patterns and way of life. The
collective name for this is "culture." It doesn't matter what
country on Earth it is, this still applies. While some may consider this
a necessary evil for any society or country to survive, others simply call
it by what it is - brain-washing.
- Having been exposed in my profession to the real truth
of how life works and learning more about it personally from others has
permanently changed my perspective on life. An old expression is still
quite true "Nothing is as it seems." I can remember the
very place I was standing the day the veil was lifted from me. It was a
warm summer day in August many years ago while standing outside on my deck.
An awareness of what's behind the curtain and what's been planned hit me
like a ton of bricks. I'm sure many readers who experienced this can recall
when it happened to them.
- There are at least two belief systems people have
one for political and another for spiritual or religious matters. For those
who already experienced a paradigm shift they must still function and live
within their respective country while simultaneously possessing the real
knowledge of how life works. At times this is not easy for anyone to do.
It also creates a dichotomy in our belief systems when we realize that
not everything is as it appears.
- A friend who remote-viewed religion years ago to see
how it began told me what he saw. An alien race (possibly the same race
that may have put us here) gave humans religion. The purpose for doing
this was to provide a peaceful means of controlling people. When I heard
this many years ago I found it hard to believe. But over time I've observed
that this is exactly what religion does to people.
- Oddly enough, good honest people seem to love being degraded
by clergy and told they are going to hell. These same people will also
give away their hard-earned wages to be told this! Most religions are expert
at subjecting their members to what can only be called "busy-work."
For most mainstream religions this has been perfected into an art form.
With busy work people are kept very busy with meetings, rituals and duties.
This prevents them from even thinking about what they are doing, and why.
- God exists in parallel with mankind-created religion.
Mankind has used the name of God as a means to propagate peaceful control
of the masses. Human nature causes us to fear things we don't fully understand,
especially those things of a paranormal nature. Scriptures proclaim God
is a deity of mercy. Yet at the very same time countless ministers, fathers,
priests and pastors will tell their congregations who ruthless God is and
that you should fear him. No wonder people are confused. This often makes
lay people look to those with theology doctorates for answers - answers
which they may never get.
- In the western world elections that are rigged, politicians
making promises they never intend to keep, governments spend far more money
than they will ever have, rich criminals walk away from murder simply because
they can drag out a trial for a year or more and grind down the jury, people
starve while new wars are started, children are ruthlessly brainwashed
by schools and recruited as spies for the state, governments make bio-engineered
diseases and race-specific viruses, buildings are blown up in front of
the entire world on television by government employees and so much more.
These are but a few of the blatant acts in society which almost defy explanation.
- Yet the average person rarely notices any of these things
happening right in front of them and asks WHY? The populace is raised in
such a clever way by school educators they tend to ignore it. People can
also choose not to see it on purpose, fearing something will happen to
their social security or pensions (I've had people tell me that point blank.)
Or people laugh at the idea there are puppet masters and slap on the conspiracy
label. But none of these inactions will change the truth of our real reality,
and what's happening right in front of them will catch up to them one day.
On that day you will hear them whining, "I should have listened and
done something about it when I could."
- At one time there was a local electronics wholesaler
in a city nearby. In front of the pickup counter the owner had super-glued
a quarter to the floor. Both owner and clerks alike delighted at watching
people waiting in line reach down and try to pick up the coin. There is
an analogy here with the quarter, in that the average person only sees
one side of life. Unconsciously in their mind, the other side of the coin
bearing the real truth about life is super-glued to a wall. Silent controllers
of our society take great delight at watching the sheep do what they're
told, while simultaneously seeing the frustration of those who have already
- Any form of control is most effective when no one suspects
it's being used on them. At the same time its human nature to rebel at
being physically controlled or restrained. With religion there is no physical
control, which is just one reason it works so well.
- Those in control in the background have never made any
secret about their agenda which is extermination of most of mankind. Even
world leaders have openly said most people are "useless eaters"
and openly call for exterminating 80 to 90% of humanity.
- Let's look at one example of this philosophy boldly engraved
- Erected on March 22 1980, this 240,000 lb. monument is
almost 20 feet tall and is known as the Georgia Guidestones. It is located
in a rural part of Albert County on a farm in Georgia, USA. It is not known
for certain who expended a considerable sum of money to quarry, cut, engrave
and erect this monument.
- Inscribed upon the monument is the following text in
English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian:
- 1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance
- 2. Guide reproduction wisely - improving fitness and
- 3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
- 4. Rule passion - faith - tradition - and all things
with tempered reason.
- 5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just
- 6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external
disputes in a world court.
- 7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
- 8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
- 9. Prize truth - beauty - love - seeking harmony with
- 10.Be not a cancer on the earth - Leave room for nature
- Leave room for nature
- The messages given here are mixed - extermination to
reduce the Earth's population to 500 million, fair laws, world court, be
not a cancer on the Earth and leaving room for nature. But interspersed
with this is faith, compassion, letting nations rule internally, avoiding
petty laws, sacrificing personal rights if needed, etc
- Put simply, it means shut up and die if you're not one
of the chosen to live, and those who do get to live must happily accept
the new way of life dictated for them.
- Reducing world population by allowing only one out of
16 people to live would seem like an animal erected it and not a human
being. "Leave room for nature" is repeated twice to reinforce
this thought. Perhaps someone from the future erected this monument to
brag about what's coming. It was made of stone so it cannot be destroyed
by fire or some other calamity allowing it to last for centuries. It may
have been erected at this location for a particular reason - to survive
the coming destruction.
- This is yet a perfect example of how those in control
(or think they are in control) do not hide their control-freak mentality.
- So can we stop it? To answer this we need to take a look
at modern history. Modern wars are won in a matter of days using advanced
technology - when it's desirable to do so. But to be able to manage and
control entire countries after victory is far more difficult. Consider
what the German people did when Hitler took control. Thousands of Germans
refused to submit to totalitarian government and fought against it, resulting
in heavy losses.
- An army colonel once told me, "The more advanced
the technology the easier it is to defeat it." When you ponder a few
things you quickly discover how true this is.
- A simple paintball gun can disable any video camera,
no matter how expensive it is. A camera on a tall pole can be taken down
with a oxy-acetylene torch or a hacksaw. In the UK they started filling
the poles with concrete to prevent this, so people doused the camera box
with a burnable fluid and lit it, destroying it right on the pole. There
is no real way to prevent camera damage. A high power laser is also effective
and could be used from inside a vehicle.
- A simple paper clip can disable the most powerful computer
when dropped into a ventilation slot or CDROM drive. A paper clip can also
jam or damage a printer when dropped into the mechanism.
- Microwave psychotronics making your life miserable? A
simple corner reflector can be built using two metallic surfaces joined
at a right angle, erected with the inside corner facing the microwave source.
Two foil-covered four foot by eight foot foam insulation sheets from a
home improvement center are ready-made into a reflector. Erected vertically,
this reflector will send microwaves back at the operator of the psychotronic
device, regardless of whatever horizontal angle it's aimed at you from.
It's about time they suffer from their own weapons. Such a reflector can
also work against area denial weapons which are truck mounted. This system
irradiate a crowd of people with 42Ghz radiation boiling moisture on the
skin instantly creating a burning feeling. Apparently the manufacturer
thinks no man wants to be a father someday, and this will help insure that.
- The list is almost endless of how ordinary low tech objects
can damage or disable high tech devices.
- We know enough about the wizard behind the curtain, how
life really works and into what world the back-stage planners *think* they
create. What they cannot possibly grasp is the amount of resistance they
will meet. Not everyone will be going peacefully. Even soldiers have a
conscious - consider the high suicide rate now prevalent in the military.
- Afghanistan is a great example of a wasted 9 years of
war and thousands of lives, and it still isn't over. In Vietnam failure
was blamed on the jungle and tunnels. So what's the excuse for the war
dragging on in rocky, barren, cold Afghanistan? It's the same story as
Vietnam government doesn't want the war to end. And the proof of
this is the new front already starting in Pakistan. But with war comes
a heavy price tag measured in human lives and big bucks which will only
- In the end, war is a losing proposition for everyone
involved whether it be governments, soldiers or civilians. Even soldiers
don't believe in what they are doing anymore, even though they volunteered
for the armed forces. As mentioned earlier, suicide rates for US troops
are now at an all-time high yet few people even notice it and even fewer
- Many think daily life is hard and no one has time to
do anything about what's going on. For those that think this, consider
life during the period of the 1700's in which America's founding fathers
lived. Here's a few samples of what America's founding fathers had to deal
with: They crapped and pissed in buckets, women suffered while menstruating
once a month and everyone went outside to dump their bodily waste.
- Candles or lanterns were required to have meetings or
to read and write at night. Founders suffered numerous diseases and illnesses
resulting in shortened lifespan. They knew nothing about bacteria, viruses
or hygiene and had no central heating or air conditioning. These hardy
people chopped down trees with axes and split wood by hand (did that as
a sole source of heat through just ONE winter and it was brutal,) saddled
horses or used open carriages for the shortest rides in bitter cold, blizzards
or boiling hot days, washed clothes by hand and hung them up to dry, fed
and took care of horses, livestock, planted and harvested crops all by
hand, slaughtered animals, dressed them, etc No radios, DVDs, telephones,
computers or televisions. Nothing. Not even a wind-up phonograph to listen
to since the phonograph wouldn't be invented for another 100 years. If
you wanted to hear music, you either learned how to play an instrument
or find someone that could. Or just whistle or sing to yourself.
- Even a broken bone that went unattended to could take
a life. When a broken bone is not promptly set the ends of the bone die
which releases deadly toxins into the system causing organ failure. Even
today, sometimes people are found dead in their homes from a simple, curable
broken bone. Not everyone 300 years ago could afford a doctor, lived near
one or had slaves. Many people were forced to set broken bones themselves
the best they knew how.
- Not all of the founding fathers or signers of the Declaration
of Independence or Constitution could afford to have a slave to do their
daily chores. The average person of the past usually did everything themselves.
That was the normal way of life for many at that time.
- People today think they have too many problems and no
free time to fight tyranny, or even time to just say NO. Today everyone
has FAR MORE FREE TIME to deal with all the problems those in power want
to dump upon us.
- If all that's important to someone is football, basketball,
hockey, baseball etc.. then they deserve everything they have coming to
them. And rest assured they will get it, too.
- I won't be shedding any tears for those who have been
- Ted Twietmeyer