The Capture of Alternative Media

May 31, 2017 Alison Bell 0

The Rashomon effect is where the same event is given contradictory interpretations by different individuals involved. The effect is named after Akira Kurosawa’s 1950 film Rashomon, in which a murder is described in four mutually contradictory ways by its four witnesses. More broadly, the term addresses the motivations, mechanism, and occurrences of the reporting on the circumstance, and so addresses contested interpretations of events, the existence of disagreements regarding the evidence of events, and the subjects of subjectivity versus objectivity in human perception, memory, and reporting. The Rashomon effect has been defined in a modern academic context (from Robert Anderson, [-MORE-]

There is something we shouldn’t know: that bothers me…

May 29, 2017 Alison Bell 0

Who benefits? Who benefits from all the whoo-haa going on right now that was stirred up just before and continued through and after CITD? Who Benefits?!!! This is very close to the Problem-Reaction-Solution gambit that by the way was not created by David Icke, but coined by him from a much older technique called: Ordo ab Chao which is a Latin expression, meaning Order out of Chaos. From <> This statement was also used as the main character driver of the Borg queen in ‘Star Trek First Contact.’ (Think hive-mind) David Icke says: What happens in terms of creating wars [-MORE-]

What if?

May 27, 2017 Alison Bell 0

What if everything we see in the disclosure arena is being managed by the same Powers That Be that we think we are getting so smart about? Very smoothly, albeit, but very efficiently. I have watched the transition. Years back if they couldn’t control you they offed you. Now, the shifty bastards include you. Now, the powers that be are behind the whole disclosure movement. Well, if they can’t beat you then they join you, they infiltrate you, they buy you. Then, when they are in a place where they can pull the rug out from under what you have [-MORE-]


May 10, 2017 Alison Bell 0

Hamlet: And therefore as a stranger give it welcome. There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. Hamlet Act 1, scene 5, 159–167 How many overarching elements would you need to put together to create a story so large and complex that everybody would get caught up in it? Further, to make sure that people could not get their heads above the water, you would have to have several, maybe countless variations of the same story. The elements would have to be almost archetypal like religions, mystery schools and shamanistic lore, sciences, [-MORE-]

Can’t see the forest for the trees…

April 29, 2017 Alison Bell 0

…to those who need definitive answers, the temptation to blindly believe or reject information is always great.  -Justin Deschamps The current shit storm going on around Cobra and Corey Goode and David Wilcock is a symptom. Yes, A Symptom. A symptom of where we are as a culture, and where we wish we weren’t. A symptom of lack of education because they don’t teach logic anymore in school. A symptom of wishful, emotional thinking – I’m right there to because I like the Star Trekkian future bit. But none the less a symptom. I am not going to go into [-MORE-]

By WHAT right? Divine Right of Kings: how one group of people thinks they are better and thereby exposes their insanity. (IMO)

March 29, 2017 Alison Bell 0

The divine right of kings, divine right, or God’s mandate is a political and religious doctrine of royal and political legitimacy. It asserts that a monarch is subject to no earthly authority, deriving the right to rule directly from the will of God. Divine right of kings – Wikipedia By whose right? By God’s right? Who is god, and how does this personage dole out divine right? So prove god. Prove god exists. Otherwise the source within, the spark of divinity within, the human part that says ‘I am’, makes us all divinely ‘righted’ to rule: ourselves. Sovereignty. And [-MORE-]

Personal discernment

March 18, 2017 Gabe Teigen 0

     I have begun to notice things, as many know I am often the crazy conspiracy theorist person, and I own that. In the last few years, I have seen “the powers that be” begin to lose their grip on things. Much of this seems to be from people refusing to take what they are given with no reasoning as to why, on all sides of our nations, no matter your view. The point of this country is and always will be…Money…period, if you want to argue that, you are willfully ignorant and to that, I say, good luck! *Defining: [-MORE-]

Orthodox vs. forbidden knowledge (and the ‘happy dance’)

March 7, 2017 Alison Bell 0

Orthodoxy (from Greek ὀρθοδοξία, orthodoxia – “right opinion”)[1] is adherence to correct or accepted creeds, especially in religion.[2] In the Christian sense the term means “conforming to the Christian faith as represented in the creeds of the early Church”.[3] The first seven Ecumenical Councils were held between the years of 325 and 787 with the aim of formalizing accepted doctrines. In some English speaking countries, Jews who adhere to all the traditions and commandments of the Torah are often called Orthodox Jews, though the term “orthodox” historically first described Christian beliefs. From <> Forbidden knowledge, which is different from secret [-MORE-]

What is ‘really’ real: the frequency wars

February 27, 2017 Alison Bell 0

I have talked about this before several times. But it seems to need to be brought forward, yet again. The world was already really good at ‘mind control’ back in the 50′. It’s how they managed to get away with creating WWII and making it completely horrific. Since then science has lent its vast developing discovery base towards using this information to create absolute control of the human mind. As everybody who knows has pointed out, this has been a many pronged approach including all aspects of what we consider daily life: food, medicine, religion, schooling/education, government, spirituality, [-MORE-]

The Round File

February 14, 2017 Alison Bell 0

Jimmy Church made an excellent point last night with a call in guest at the last of the show when the ‘who-to-believe’ question came up. Everybody who says anything in this field, IMO, has a valid contribution to make according to their experience and their view point. It is when you lay it ALL out on the table, so to speak, and look at it from a standing viewpoint, instead of up close that you begin to sus-out the pattern in front of you. THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT to do. In fact, it is a must, if you want to try [-MORE-]