My wife showed a meme to me on Monday. A little disturbing if you ask me. It was from one of her good friends who let’s say isn’t quite awake yet. She says this friend of hers prizes intellect. Don’t get me wrong. Her friend does have a great mind, but being human, subject to bias and emotion, she does also tend not to consider ideas and proofs which may be deemed in the margins, or let’s say, not in scholastic journals. Let’s also say, that she and many other millions of Americans suffer from the I-couldn’t-possibly-be-wrong-because-I’m-smart syndrome. These people I call living in the 3D. And if they are ever wrong, have a hard time admitting it. In a survival situation, I choose the carpenter over the lawyer every time.
Then, the Americans also want to be the first to know something. During my journalism career this was quite evident among the rabble, who saw information differently from the Japanese where I worked for a time as a news editor. The Japanese were more relaxed about not knowing. I was at a defense newspaper back during the early 90s. Yes, I will say, Americans really thought of themselves as something and often proved themselves the “ugly American” so often talked about in foreign nations.
At any rate, this meme which my wife’s friend posted on a social media outlet showed Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz waking up from a purported dream. Think for a moment about the story. Spiraling yellow road, a wicked witch, flying monkeys, and a Wizard pulling levers behind a curtain. Dorothy was dazed and confused from maybe one of the wildest tales ever to float through the mind of an Kansas school girl. Innocent? I’m not sure the film ever made known her age, but I suppose there weren’t too many 20 somethings wearing pigtails back in her day, or ever.
The meme in question replaced the characters of Oz with the faces of Barack Obama (The Wizard), Chuck Schumer (Uncle Henry), Joe Biden (Cowardly Lion), Michelle Obama (Scarecrow), Kamala Harris (Tin Woodsman) and Nancy Pelosi (Auntie Em). Dorothy Gale played by Judy Garland was replaced by Lady Liberty. Bake on those characters for a moment. Dough rising? There are all kinds of layers to peal back from this pastry treat. We’ll eventually talk about some of the key representative figures and why this meme is so suggestable ala neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), and in not such a good way, as opposed to an awkward way of saying that President Trump was the nightmare. I personally can’t vouch for that, especially when he accomplished so much. But this blog entry isn’t so much about politics. For a more balanced intake, I suggest listening to all of Trump’s speeches in their entirety.
Before we move on, let me mention why this meme stood out for me. Earlier in the day, some of the discussions I have had with mainly my wife have pointed to mind control, in particular the CIA sponsored MK-Ultra brand. Hold on, before you stop reading, you’ll realize this is true, and not some conspiracy theory or hoax, or a project Blue Book wild-goose chase. What I’m really trying to say, is don’t dismiss any of it. The reason the subject of mind control interests me is because not too many people have questioned mind control and the reasons for it, even though we have had it in our faces for some time. Not to mention the proven dangers. Don’t discount this either: How many of us have attended magic shows? Of course, many of us, in droves, but I guess we like to be fooled. And yet, how many of us have attended performances by hypnotists?
So, before I go on a tangent here, which I’m trying to avoid, let me say why the aforementioned meme stuck in my head, and why I woke up in the middle of the night to scribble notes. I have been looking into more about the subject of child trafficking because the more I’m learning, the more I’m sick to my stomach about it. Without getting deep into statistics and accounts, I’d rather suggest you do your own research on how widespread it has become, not just within recent times. No. These practices connected to all kinds of weird, twisted, upside down shit has been going on for thousands of years, and perpetrated by certain groups. Catholic priests for one. That one is undeniable, but the priests are certainly not at the top of the pyramid. Were those clerics ever really men of God?
As I said before about the Wizard of Oz meme, there are numerous layers, which I will touch on just a little later in this blog entry. So hold on. Let me get this out of my craw: There’s a website called Illuminate the Darkness which reveals a bit about the Illuminati organization and one of its administrators an Illuminati survivor, who has I will say, been protected and guided by the hand of God. Yes. All I can say is there such an organization, and it’s hidden in plain site, and yes, for the survivor’s sake, I do believe whole heartedly in miracles.
Part of this organization’s practices have to do with sex, and in particular pedophilia. For some, this is hard to fathom, including for me, but I was fortunate enough to see on one of their information pages about two clicks deep, an article published by The Vigilant Citizen, “Symbols Rule the World, Not Words or Laws,” on October 14, 2020. So, not that long ago. Not that if it were from an ancient archeological site, it would be any less shocking or relevant. If you wanted clear proof, because I know I did, this ought to do. Or, it’s a darn good start.
The subject of the article was an art exhibition in Cremona, Italy, which used billboards to display paintings by artist Nicoletta Ceccoli who according to the story “specializes in disturbing MK Ultra-themed imagery, complete with clear allusions to child abuse.” I’d even go so far as to say that children in Italy are being violated and trafficked daily because of the art. If you’re brave enough to view this so-called art, you be the judge. The town is southwest of Milan in northern Italy, a hop-skip from the Switzerland border. The 28 billboards were some would say strategically placed close to schools, according to the article. There were some protests by citizens, but I guess none strong enough to block this nonsense. For any normal human red-blooded Christian adult, they probably would have blown a gasket back here in America. I know this would have never happened in Gering. God forbid such fools showing up here in the heartland.
So, why place the suggestive billboards near schools? The answer’s a no-brainer, right. It’s just like reading newspapers. Just because it’s in print, words, possibly backed by liars, people rarely object. Or should I call the passive readers/viewers sheeple? Strange phenomena. I saw this time and again working for newspapers even when blatant lies and twisted words were produced. People lack critical judgement and will power, I guess.
Now about the meme, the one with the Wizard of Oz, ridiculously replaced by political figures. The tendency is to associate the figure with the character. For example, Joe Biden as the Cowardly Lion. Think how he doesn’t fit in that role. And since when does a lion in the wild back down from anything? Let’s compare Biden’s teeth and mane, and overall prowess, while many view him as creepy Uncle Joe for the way he puts his hands on small children. Although, I saw the meme for a brief second, I’d have to say there was something disconcerting about it, especially when getting into the subject of symbolism. Yes, the Lion is one example. What about the Wizard? Barack Obama, the politician, true to form, some might say, succeeded in the pulling the wool over the eyes of many. There were some who crowed about how he was not born in the United States. It was Kenya, I believe. And he’s Muslim, not Christian. Think the jury’s still out? We’ll see. That was enough for me to take note. And now that I have had time in retirement to look around, I have questioned a number of his foreign policy decisions, including why to stay in Afghanistan for a protracted war. It had already been more than a decade when I arrived there in 2011. Having been there as a historian, I have that insider’s view, and seeing the damage of war, I have even more of a bias.
Obama had promised to reduce forces there, but instead, increased them. Some would call that having a lack of integrity. Was there any clear response from his administration to clarify or make things right?
Another aspect has a bit to do with the illusion(s) of so-called reality. Remember that question about magic? Well, what do Wizards perform? Feats of impossibility? Then, if that’s what it suggests, why make Mr. Obama the Wizard. Why not Joe? Get the picture? This is a game of suggestions, getting to see how much you will swallow, and without resistance, because what they have taught us in schools was to obey, behave, go with the flow, don’t cut against the grain, because that will get you into trouble. Then, the other thing this organization revels in: absolute mockery. They love to watch you lock-step march over the cliff. You consent and you participate, even in an illegal tax system. They reportedly make even their own members eat the remains and feces of other human beings. Such degradation you say. Doubt me? Look back over the thousands of years. There’s plenty of proof.
If you don’t know what all of that means in terms of dos and don’ts for the Illuminati, look up a guy named Adam Weishaupt, the organization’s founder. And if you’re up to it, check out another fellow by the name of Gen. Albert Pike, and see what doctrines they concocted beyond presiding over secret ceremonies, and grooming the ranks of minions. Evil has spread, ladies and gentlemen. Evil has spread. Other aspects of the meme include the androgyny of Lady Liberty. Check out what God has to say in the Bible about the roles of men and women. Also remember the red shoes worn by Dorothy, or more accurately ruby slippers, symbolize something to this group. It starts with blood sacrifice. Gravity takes over and blood covers the floors, thus red shoes. Ever gut a deer? Then, you’ll know what I mean.
In movie publications, you’ll find this, the red shoes, as with the wearing of red dresses, warn of unruly women. In this case, study up on archetypes and the roles of women throughout history, including those of pagan goddesses, and last but not least, Biblical personae. For ambition is not limited to man.
In the laundry list of notes I took upon waking up this Tuesday morning include asking how dreams serve us? Some suggest to work out subconscious fears, which in my book, if you worked them out, wouldn’t that be a good thing? In Dorothy’s dream, didn’t things work out, enough for a so-called happy ending? Remember, there’s no place like home. All she had to do was tap her heels; This was a power she had all along.
In this particular instance, how does Dorothy view her close friends and family? I personally find it a little creepy that all these people ended up in her bedroom in the final scene. The Wizard of Oz also presents supernatural figures including, not just the Wizard, but a good witch and a bad witch, which would suggest that whoever created this story, oh yeah, an author named L. Frank Baum, knew a little more than he was saying. Wizards, witches, and that’s not all. Think long and hard: such characters in a children’s story? Some of this aforementioned material wasn’t just from Baum’s wildest imagination. Like Walt Disney, these men, these creators, were thought of as weavers of spells, which explains the name holly wood, material used as wands for people casting spells.
Then think in different states of mind, more along the lines of living the American Dream, and that dreams can come true. However, this doesn’t sound right. Dreams occur during your waking hours? That sounds impossible, in which case, philosophical arguments ensue about whether we’re sleeping now, and that what appears before us as reality, is actually a dream space or a consensus construct which I have mentioned before in other parts of my blog. It is something agreed to, our reality. And, as an aside, who says we can’t interact in our dreams?
As for the American Dream, we connect it to achievements, in particular milestones. In my families pre-programed world, it’s been about a good job, owning a nice house, marrying and having a few kids. But hold on, wait a minute, there’s no sure-fire template for success. We all know that. There’s theory and practice. Having the dreams doesn’t match up to the messiness of life. My parents for example divorced placing undue hardships on the rest of the family. My nightmares as opposed to my dreams came to life. There are dark forces, like the wicked witch for Dorothy, who wanted to disrupt those dreams, extend chaos, to make my world unstable for the purposes of creating fear, and for capturing souls, which by the way, perpetuates if one does not wake up to the actual nightmare(s) that surround us.
Therefore, I say the Wizard of Oz meme suggests something other than waking from a nightmare. Else the good people of Cremona, and I believe there were good Christians in the bunch but apparently not enough, might have done more than protest. They physically would have not allowed corrupt art to be displayed around their fair city, sadly, in view of their own children. This alone makes me wonder what other innocent stories – ones like the Wizard of Oz – have been allowed to creep into our collective minds and take root there under false pretenses. I have got to say, when I first saw the Wizard of Oz, I was probably around 7 or 8, I had nightmares about those damn flying monkeys. I could barely remember the ending in which Dorothy clicked her heels.