[Note: See addendum at very end, added 10/1/16.]
I think that we need to explain our work here a little better, as people might assume we just slap some photographs together and call it good. We are far more systematic and rigorous.
For one, I am learning this art as I go, and so know that a side angle on a person makes the eyes appear closer, and so produces a larger head when I set the pupil distance at one inch. So, for instance, in the Freddy Mercury/Dr. Phil McGraw comparison above, there are two images in which they both assume a gazing-down-and-to-the-left posture that match perfectly. But the head appears much bigger than in other comparisons I did. The angle caused that distortion.
Did I forget to mention that Freddie Mercury did not die? Our first clue is that he supposedly died of a disease that doesn’t even exist, AIDS. This is something else I have learned – do not slap people in the face with new concepts. I will go into the AIDS matter down the road, or another writer here might. For the time being, understand that it was important to our overlords that some big-time names, like Rock Hudson and Freddie Mercury fake their death and blame AIDS. That helped sell it.
Then there is the matter of twins – I know now always to look for twins in doing comparisons. With these two guys I found inconsistencies, but no real evidence of twins. For instance, the photo to the left is said to be Dr. Phil, but it does not match up with any other of his photos that I worked with. It stands alone. And note the crow’s feet – this guy has had some surgery about the eyes. But it stands alone as an anomaly. If there are more than one Dr. Phil, I did not find strong evidence.
Then there is the photo to the right. It is the only photo I found of Dr. Phil before he became the fully formed television quack he is today. It looks like a yearbook photo, but odd, as I have found with other fake people, that yearbooks photos are stripped of context – no name underneath, no year. And anyway, this one lone photo is not Dr. Phil. It is someone else. Eye color might be a giveaway, but that can be faked. (They can even make dark brown eyes blue – I did not know this! Check out this video. (2:30 and 4:07 are the magic moments when brown becomes blue.)
After someone famous fakes his/her death, they often do cosmetic changes so that they will not appear at a glance to be the old person. With Freddie Mercury, there is the absence of hair, of course. The reincarnated version affects an accent that sounds a bit southern to me, probably affected after months of practice. He is a British citizen, born Farrokh Bulsara in what is now Tanzania, then a British protectorate.The American drawl is fake, but he is a decent actor.
But the biggest ‘fix’ is the teeth. Mercury always smiled with his mouth closed, I assume because he had an overbite. I remember that from his Queen days. Look at the photo to the right – I had a friend with an overbite like that growing up, and he went through childhood hell. We called them “buck teeth” in those days. But the Dr. Phil incarnation of Mercury, blue-eyed and bald, has good teeth.
Finally, by way of explanation, is the rigor we put into our photo comparisons. I won’t say exhaustive, but it is exhausting. Straight approached me with this Zombie on September 1st, while we were still in Europe. I laughed then as I am laughing now, not in disbelief, but rather at how little respect they have for our intelligence.
But I had to be sure. Yesterday and in the days before, in addition to regular work and stuff, I was looking at photos, doing the twin search, and then yesterday spent three hours doing facial match-ups. I ended up doing 90 of them, and the results were 13 that were dead-on, 44 that were very close. The remaining 33 included ten with the mystery man above with the crow’s feet. 23 failed, usually due to distortion caused by facial angles. That convinced me that Straight was right again. The guy is getting better at this every day. I cannot wait until he is putting up his own writing.
I will do more photo analysis down below. First, I want to talk about the television character “Dr. Phil McGraw.” We know now he is no doctor. But he has been assigned to that role by Intelligence. Why?
For one thing, he browbeats people, makes them feel inadequate. There is another quack psychologist (actually a fake sociologist), Dr. Laura Schlesinger, who does that too. She is a radio personality, or was. What I noticed about her was that her listeners seemed to gravitate towards her because she made them feel bad. It was like ritual beating – “Thank you Dr. Laura, I’ll have another!” So too with Phil – he is smarmy, and a huge hypocrite, but all these sad and lonely people seek him out.
Or so it seems. It could all be fake. What on television is ever real?
Below is a video of Dr. Phil working with Megyn Kelly, another person of interest, an actress, and no journalist. (But then, none of these TV personalities, and I mean none, are journalists.)
This dovetails with earlier work we did exposing the JonBenét Ramsey hoax. They are using Dr. Phil in this video to sell it some more, this time by abusing the supposed older brother, Burke. Dr. Phil corners him, and they surely cherry picked footage that made him look guilty. Maybe Burke is a player too, but if not, Dr. Phil did expose one thing about him – he is not a good actor, like Phil and Megyn are. He may be a real human being.
The hypocrisy in this video is sickening. It is steeped in bullshit and acting. These two are poseurs, nothing more. After they shot this footage, I would bet they sat down with their bosses and reviewed their performance, maybe even did some retakes.
Dr. Phil McGraw, television psychologist, is a complete fake. The following are some photos of him and Freddie Mercury, and then face splits. I am 99.9% behind this one, my only lingering doubt that I possibly missed a twin hidden in there somewhere. But I can do no more, I can look at these face no more. Dr. Phil makes me gag.
Where it was impossible to find a photo of Mercury smiling and showing his teeth, it was almost impossible to find one of Dr. Phil with his mouth closed. He is basking in the sunlight of dental [crowns and] implants.
Here are four (in addition to the one above) of the thirteen face splits that I regarded as dead-on hits:
We welcome Freddy Mercury/Dr. Phil McGraw to the Honor Roll of Zombies! May you learn how to quack in falsetto!
PS: Another member of Queen, Brian May, is also an astrophysicist who worked on NASA’s New Horizons Pluto mission. I need to put that on the list of possible public hoaxes, since NASA is involved in so much fakery anyway.
Addendum 10/1/16: Miles W. Mathis wrote a nice paper on the fake death of Karen Carpenter which I highly recommend. He goes far afield of the Carpenter matter, but does it justice too. I wanted to link to it here and quote a full paragraph that, to me, explains Dr. Phil’s job on TV:
I suppose I brought up the anti-depressant thing because I have been thinking about that a lot regarding newer music. I was listening to Elliott Smith recently, for instance, and his whole career seemed to me to be calculated to sell anti-depressants, from the songs themselves to his tragic (and probably faked) end. The same could be said of Kurt Cobain and hundreds of others. How about Morrissey? The Cure? What is the cure to such music? That’s right: anti-depressants. Nine Inch Nails? Marilyn Manson? Where did all these new sub-genres of angst and darkness come from, especially after 1980? They didn’t exist in previous decades. Do you really think the world went dark in 1980? No, living in the US post-80s was actually much easier than in previous decades and centuries, so where did all the darkness come from? It was manufactured. Intelligence had two big upswings in the 20th century, one being in 1946 and the other being in about 1976, post Watergate. As I showed in my paper on that, the success of Watergate simply told Intelligence the sky was the limit. They could do anything and get away with it. Well, the drug companies were also in a period of exponential growth, and it looks like they paid some wing of Intel to keep that growth coming. The largest growth has been in anti-depressants and similar drugs, and to sell anti-depressants you need depressed people, right? If they don’t exist, you can create them. That is what has happened.
This, to me, helps to explain Dr. Phil’s role on TV, to sell antidepressants. He brings people down, humiliates them, makes them feel bad about themselves. Maybe his guests are just actors, but the audience is meant to be deeply affected.