UAs a start of the huge Nazionism topic, announced in my audio recording of The Great H Mystery, I would like to highlight a remarkable figure.
In order to fully grasp the theory of Nazionism, it is important to understand how they staged that mystery. Nazionism deals with the why behind that humongous plot that still dominates to this day and most probably will for the next generations to come.
I was just reading an introduction to a book this morning, The Pseudoscience Wars, by Michael D. Gordin. He is discussing the use of the word “pseudoscience.” I had never thought much about it, but his explanation rang true. It does not exist, he said.
There is good science, mediocre science (most) and bad science. Nothing else. The word “pseudoscience” is an epithet. It has no other purpose that to be an attack vehicle.
This came up in the comment thread below, and I am not going to spend much time on it as the commenters have already done a good job for us. In my post on Apollo 1, I mentioned the crew of Challenger 7, the Space Shuttle that blew up in 1986. Clues Forum had done some work on it, and found six of the seven astronauts still alive. I went to that site and grabbed their image of Astronaut Judith Resnik, and Yale Law Professor Judith Resnik.
I didn’t look twice, as at one time I had done facial comparisons of the six, and found them all to align perfectly. I had a post up to that effect, but since it was Clues Forum’s work, took it down so as not to be a piggybacker. I am glad I did.
This post concerns the January 27th, 1967 tragedy that ended the lives of astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chafee. I emphasize at the beginning that I am not certain this was a fake event, only suspicious. If indeed the deaths were real, it will come off as disrespectful of the families and friends, so I hope passage of 51 years allows me the latitude to write what follows.
I start with the premise that no human has ever walked on the surface of the moon. It is too far away for ordinary rocket technology, burdened as it is with heavy metal contraptions and the need to provide an atmosphere, food and waste facilities for humans on the the long journey. Then there is the trip (to and from) through the Van Allen Belt. In later missions, as if by osmosis, moon buggies appear on the surface. For them to be there, something else had to go – rocket boosters? Toilets? Water?
I took this photo back in the mid-1990s … out on the prairie of Eastern Montana. It has survived many moves. The sheep were herded into a trailer where a shearing awaited. Even as they had gone through this procedures many times before, they still had no clue why they were doing it again.
The (heavily Photoshopped) images above are making the rounds on Facebook. The election on Tuesday must have some otherworldly esoteric significance to the people with real power, as agitprop is all about us, Pittsburgh and Tallahassee, and supposed rallies as the one above. [Note: To be clear, I suspect there really was a staged rally and that a lot of people attended. I am only saying the photos have been subjected to a lot of monkey business. Even the sunset is too convenitent.]
Few plots are so peculiar as the biggest of them all. In terms of scope, people involved, culture creation, social engineering, money scam (only superseded by the AGW – Anthropogenic Global Warming one) and the single one of them covered by (weasel) laws. The Great H Mystery is more controversial than any other, and that means proper language is even more needed with this one.
I have shared the excellent overview article before, but last month finally recorded reading the paper at Hoax Busters Call, together with my fellow truth seeker kelito from Scotland. The article is long, yet concise, for an era about which more textbooks are written than someone can read in a lifetime. What makes this particular paper so great is that it summarizes all poignant points in an academic, scholarly way, assessing all the peculiarities of this plot and above all that it does not go into childish lalala-hahaha-hoax mode, seen so often when treating this sensitive subject which cannot be called “a hoax” as too many real things unfortunately happened.