Calcified lies

This link is to a rather long piece at the website Calcified Lies. The reading was, for me, difficult, and I intend to take another shot at it.It was supplied to us by [Annette and then] Inside Baseball under the Boston Marathon post below.

I was unable to find the name of the author.

The subject at hand is the depth of illusion as we are presented with one public hoax after another. It appeared to me in the Marathon post that we were deliberately given photos that easily proved that the event was fake while at the same time being graphic enough to show the public that the event was real. They appear to be coming at us from two angles. Are we all under house management?

The author of this piece obviously has impressive cognitive abilities, but his ability to translate his insight into digestible prose comes up short. Maybe it is just me, maybe others do not have this problem. Nonetheless, it is worthy of the effort to read it, perhaps twice.

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29 Responses to Calcified lies

  1. Grace says:

    It is not just you. I felt the same way. Smart fellow on Calcified Lies, but I would need to print out and study because of its density. I did feel good insights were presented but finding the time to read, absorb and comprehend would be challenging.

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  2. annspinwall4 says:

    Mark, In part 6 of Columbine, I linked a March 2014 article from Calcified Lies. I found it very interesting. It is titled “The Skeleton Key, 9/11, The Millenium Monolith…” In my comment I mentioned that the death of Kubrick was 666 days before 9/11, so you may have thought it was just more gemetria nonsense as so many comments before and after mine had included a ton of one of your “favorite” subjects. I found the article compelling and “calcifythelies” (his username in comment replies) thinks Kubrick’s “death” possibly allowed him to direct the 9/11 events and finish the project he started with 2001, A Space Odyssey. “The Skeleton Key” is a movie from 2005. I saw it in the theater when it was released and found the ending very unsettling. Calcified Lies breaks it down in the post, but here is his quick synopsis that links it to 9/11….
    ” Speculative Premise: The Skeleton Key (2005) is a metaphor for the completion of the alchemists’ great work via calculated initiation of the masses through a deceptive symbiosis of revelation of the method and the videodromatic creation of a new synapse in the brain.”
    I don’t recall how I happened onto his site, but I have enjoyed the articles that I have read so far.
    https://calcifiedlies.wordpress.com/2014/03/

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    • Grace says:

      Dear Annspinwall4: I must have found the Calcified Lies 911 link from your original post because I did scan that particular entry on Kubrick, 911, monolith, etc. and found it quite illuminating and I read the follow-up comments as well. Kubrick is probably another faked death.

      I personally value your contributions. thank you.

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      • annspinwall4 says:

        Thank you Grace! I’m a 60+ senior citizen that has been “awake” for about 6 years…wish my family valued my insight…I’m just the tin foil hat in the corner as far as they are concerned…LOL

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        • Grace says:

          Dear Annspinwall4: I, too, am a 60+ senior citizen. I only became awake in the last 24 months or so, yet feel fortunate to have two thirty-something sons who were awake before me and we get to share in all this craziness. We have some great pow-wows. A few, only a few, other family members have joined in, and we call ourselves “The Tribe”. We tried to turn my husband over to our side, but he’s not having it. So I do feel for you being alone in your family, but it sounds like you have good solid footing so keep going! Once one is on this path of truthseeker, it’s hard (if not impossible) to turn back. It’s actually quite interesting how one thing leads to another. It took one question for me that started a tsunami and it was “What is the matter with Obama?” And oh my, I was off and running because one revelation led to another, led to another. POM is a great forum and I will look forward to more insights from you and others.

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          • annspinwall4 says:

            I sometimes wonder if instead of falling down the “rabbit hole” we are actually trying to climb out of it into the fresh air. My big revelation came when I happened to watch “Loose Change” shortly after the 10th anniversary of 9/11. I recall the questions and insights I had during that terrible day…controlled demolition? how can planes cut through steel? how did that “guy on the street” know exactly why the buildings fell?…all forgotten as the months and years turned it into a faded memory. I had no idea there was so much information indicating our government had a hand in what happened and I was pissed. Wow, the things I have discovered in the past 6 years. Sometimes it becomes too much and I wind up in a funk and wish I could “be normal” again…..then I discover something that grabs my attention and I am off and running. Right now I am in a discovery phase and reading from “Poison Papers” https://www.poisonpapers.org/photo-essay/
            Revealed: A Toxic History of Regulators Colluding with Industry.
            https://theintercept.com/2017/07/26/chemical-industry-herbicide-poison-papers/
            The above link tells a small portion the story of Carol Van Strum, living in the beautiful deep woods and mountains of Oregon’s Siuslaw National Forest. This is a story of government collusion with manufacturers of herbicides…Agent Orange and others. Carol Van Strum wrote a book in the ’80’s that has been republished and is available as an e-book for $5. Well worth the money. If your husband happens to be a Vietnam Vet, this could bring him on board. I knew there were problems with Agent Orange, but the true horror has been covered up. The book is called – A Bitter Fog: Herbicides and Human Rights

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    • Thanks Annette. One, I did miss it, and two, will print it today and read it tomorrow morning.

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      • annspinwall4 says:

        Thanks Mark! He also had an article about Snowden that I enjoyed….questions about his interview with Brian Williams…humorous and enlightening.
        https://calcifiedlies.wordpress.com/2014/05/27/edward-s1m0nes-simhand/#more-497

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        • Grace says:

          Interesting comment made by Calcified Lies on his Youtube channel re MM:

          ” I don’t think Miles Mathis has ever helped anyone understand anything, LOL. Seriously though, to be fair “he” does cover some true concepts (like all the other agents do) if you have the patience and discernment to wade through all the misdirection. At this point I can’t make it through a single paragraph. Obviously they have put a face and personality behind the character, however I’m fairly certain “Miles” is a composite orchestra being conducted by multiple writers, most likely the same group writing for all the characters in the Simon Shack network. I don’t mean to assume that you aren’t aware of this, just putting it out there for anyone else who might read this. Tread carefully.”

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          • mswinkle says:

            What does he eanby MM hasn’t helped anyone understand anything? I have heard others claim MM is really a group of Intel agents. CL is saying MM is mainly disinfo with a few true facts. I think Mark has met him and Josh posts on his site. Be good to hear what they think. I have learned a lot ffrom MM and his guest writers. Much of it game changing in how I look at things.

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          • Grace says:

            @mswinkle: As many of us are aware, there is a fellow, Allan Weisbecker, who claims that MM is a writing committee and part of Tavistock. Even MM laughs at this accusation in his latest paper, saying that the only criticism of him that the naysayers can come up with is that MM uses British slang from time to time. I have learned a lot from MM – he changed my life – profoundly to tell you the truth. However, it’s still good to be cautious. Calcified not aware that Mark met MM in person; even so, some can’t believe that one man, MM, could be so prodigious in his output. I would like to think MM is completely genuine, but I’m a pretty naïve person at my core. I, too, like others have written MM and sometimes he answers. There was a remark on this blog this week from a commenter who said she thinks MM is an anti because he won’t answer her request to do something on Walt Disney. Oh my!

            There are some illusions I like to hold onto…such as MM is St. Michael the dragonslayer 🙂

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          • Honestly, if MM is a committee, they are going to great lengths to reach only a few people. Generally with controlled opposition they want you to know only allowable information, and dead ends are reached. With the JFK assassination, for instance, it is meant to go on and on forever, one rabbit hole after another. Miles solved it. No more rabbit holing. That is very un-spook-like. Same with Tate, OJ, Custer’s Last Stand … once solved, these riddles cease to be riddles. Spooks don’t do that. Anyway, having met him, and not judging, just observing, he is different, but was unrehearsed. I thought he was likeable. I never thought for even a minute during my time in Taos that I was being manipulated in any way.

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          • bmseattle says:

            Josh responded to Allan over at a Fakeologist post, several months ago. Check out the comments section at this link…
            http://fakeologist.com/blog/2017/03/15/allan-says-miles-mathis-is-cointelpro/#comments

            I’ve interacted in some depth with Allan about Miles, and he (Allan) was extremely close-minded and unwilling to consider my own experiences with Miles that I believe substantiate his “reality.” Personally, after interacting with Allan, I tend not to trust the man.
            As far as Miles goes, I was at his conference last year as well, and I feel confident in his authenticity. While I can never be certain about him, a few interactions with him, and events that followed, led me to be fairly certain that the guy I met actually wrote/writes the papers on his site.

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          • calgacus says:

            That comment was a reply to my comment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2c1JLgmfPk . I had a reply to his comment but now it seems that he deleted it. I said that Mathis looks legit and then he replied again with the comment that has the links to the Allan guy. I didn’t attack him, so I don’t know why he deleted my reply. After he replied with the comment that contains the Allan links, I didn’t reply again. Nonetheless, he seems to be sincere. I listened to his videos but I didn’t read his blog. He is also aware of Ken from redifininggod. Many of his ideas align very well with my ideas.
            Mathis himself seems to be very suspicious of other people. I have to say that his paper on Apollonian Germ looks bad. Why does he feel the need to disassociate from anybody that mentions his name and maybe has different ideas with respect to certain things. I watched some of the videos posted by the Germ and I don’t see any evil. I also consider myself a race realist (nothing to do with hate ) , so many ideas discussed by the Germ align with my ideas. Mathis can alienate certain type of people. In the end, Mathis should focus on the elite people. When 2 elite people have the same name or very similar names, the chance of coincidence is much smaller.

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          • mswinkle says:

            Thank you Grace, Mark for your feedback on MM. Given how much BS we have been fed it is hard at times to know who is real. MM really shifted my thinking and some of his work is outstanding – in a league of its own!

            However, I find his papers that proffer – because X is famous and X has Y, Z! W family names then X is related to THE FAMILIES – not as good. After reading Mel Gibson, Paul Macartney of the peerage, Chris Pratt I would not bet they are from the families. Whereas I would place a big bet on Tate, OJ and the nuclear tests all being a hoax.

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    • Inside Baseball says:

      Yes, Ann deserves credit for this link, as I found the site via her comment. I did mention that in my original comment about it. The site is dense, but thought provoking. His insight that we are well down the path to transhumanism is a good one. We tend to think of the mechanical aspects of that, but our reliance on technology at the expense of our connection to the natural world and each other is an indicator of how far we’ve already gone down that road. It came to mind when I was dropping off library books via the drive through drop box.

      It’s kind of like the hidden poison of magazines like Playboy. While people were up in arms over how much skin was being shown, the agenda pushed in the articles of unbridled hedonism and contempt for the bonds of natural love and affection slipped through and caused massive erosion.

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  3. annspinwall4 says:

    Inside Baseball, Please know, I don’t care about credit…I just wanted to point out the March 2014 link I found there regarding 9/11.

    For some reason I didn’t stay in the loop on on Mark’s recent “Boston Marathon, nodisinfo” article and missed a ton of information from the comments. This new article allowed me to go back to it and catch up.

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  4. B. Müller says:

    I will make it simple for you. Dr. Stefan Lanka (a german biologist) made it official in his trial against David Bardens, there is no scientific evidence for the existence of viruses, so the most part of this rant is junk. Rupert Sheldrake is telling his fairy tales of morphic fields for like 30 years or something already. He never produced any useful output and still can make a living as an “alternative scientist”? How is that possible? He is not believable and a waste of time. He’s mainstream and a form of controlled opposition. All mentioned movies come from the same source, no wonder, there are connections. I don’t think there are any secret messages hidden. Except, “we control you and you cannot do anything about that because you don’t even know it”. I also consider all history teachings including the ancient Egypt and Greek part as not very trustworthy. So what is there left? Only, what you can experience and reproduce today. Other than that, this calcified lies page may contain some interesting parts. I’ll have a look.

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    • It is a privilege of a few, once we have pierced the veil of lies, to drift in the clouds looking down on the scenes below in wonderment. We experience freedom knowing that life outside the veil of news, education and entertainment is an exciting journey of discovery.

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  5. Thanks for link to article. I had a difficult time following and look forward to seeing what others think of the piece. I do have a couple of things to add to the Kubrick analysis that I’ve read in the pieces linked to :

    As far as predictive programming, has anyone ever mentioned the gift that Floyd Heywood’s daughter wanted – interesting she wanted “a Bush Baby”. Since Baby Bush was in White House starting in 2001 I think this is quite interesting.
    Since Mathis has us looking at last names, is “Kubrick” a real last name? I went to Geni and found 2-3 generations with the name from Stanley Kubrick – the last was named, strangely NN Kubrick born 1787 died 1847 (https://www.geni.com/people/NN-Kubrick/6000000038509962796). “Kubrick” does make you think of “Rubick” as in Rubricks Cube or “rubric” which means a set of rules or instructions.

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  6. tyronemccloskey says:

    I remember Calcified Lies from an interview on Fakeologist radio from about 3-4 years ago. I believe he and Ab later had a falling out but not certain of that. The interview may be in the Fakeologist archives.
    Here’s a guy I find entertaining. This link is to his breakdown of Barry Lyndon, one of Kubrick’s least watched films. (Mark, if you like this guy’s blog, could you consider putting a link in the blogroll- I’m not much for high weirdness, but I like this guy’s eye for details. Thanks)
    http://subliminalsynchrosphere.blogspot.com/2012/11/barry-lyndon.html

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    • annspinwall4 says:

      Tyrone, your comment reminded me that I found info to that affect when I was reading the 9/11-Skeleton Key article….went back, scanned the article, and discovered it in the comments. He didn’t say there was a falling out…but he definitely has a problem with a number of “personas” as mentioned in the notes of this video

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    • annspinwall4 says:

      The Barry Lyndon article looks very interesting. I have never seen the movie…think I will rent and watch before I read the article…..thanks!

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    • imafakeologist says:

      CL had a falling out with his own imagination. He’s a smart fellow, but sometimes too smart doesn’t help get your thoughts out in a form that us “disinfo agents” can understand. I’ve watched his proof that I am disinfo, and I still can’t tell you one good reason why he thinks either Chris and I are on the payroll. Most of his stuff flies right over my head, which may be a good thing.

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  7. Joki says:

    Tat, Taht, Tahut, Tahuti, Thoth, Thought, Tod, Death, Daath…. all the same word, which word was “in the beginning.”

    Or at least that’s what my wise old neighbor says. I assume he’s wise, because he’s old. I assume he’s my neighbor because he lives next door but it’s entirely possible that he does not, in fact, exist at all, but is rather merely a figment of my infomercial-addled brain.

    At any rate, the (probably) wise and (assuredly) old and I’ll go ahead and say (maybe, I don’t like to ask personal questions or assume anyone’s gender these days) man next door says that all that means is that Thoth or Thought was “made flesh”, which is to say it became the very first ever Word, and the Word is a powerful tool of creation.

    It’s that whole mind/matter conundrum, really. Which gave or gives rise to the other? No one can say, not even the (i’m almost certain) wise (and quite wrinkly, which is a dead giveaway) old man himself. Or herself. Or xirself. Or whichever goofy new pronoun I’m supposed to remember these days.

    But the Word seems real enough. I mean, if I come up with a great new product or invention, well that’s ol’ Thoth working his (or her, or xir, etc.) magic, so to speak. But the real magic lies in turning that insubstantial thing called a thought into manifest reality. I might need a bit of earth, a drop or two of water, perhaps a spark of fire and likely a whooooole bunch of hot air in order to make that thought into something you can hold in your hand, but if I succeed I’ll have performed magic, and you’ll be left looking at a little doo-dad for sale at your local big box mart. A thing with a sort of screw and a sort of bendy bit that you’re not entirely sure has a purpose but anyway it’ll be in bright packaging with an alluring logo and/or slogan and placed conveniently there at the checkout line where your will is weakest because those damn kids are crying for candy bars and the jerk in front of you clearly has 16 items which is at least 1 above the limit, it’s right there on the sign for god’s sake, can’t people read….?

    And if, IF, you buy it I will have completed my magic circle. I’ll have turned a thought in my head into reality, which then will engender a thought in your head and you’ll then give me money. Voila! Presto! Heywouldyoulookitthat I done did magic.

    The cranky old lady next door says this kind of thing goes on all the time, but since most people are too busy pointing fingers at each other for all the various woes and ills of their lives they’re too preoccupied to notice. And almost no one ever realizes the extent to which they’re working their magic on everyone around them. Probably they’d be horrified if they did. If people had any inkling of just how long a Word can hang around out there in the universe*, working its magic and subtly altering the fabric of something or other, they’d probably take a vow of silence for oh at least a few minutes. At least until they dropped a hammer on their foot.

    The linked article is nice, though. I like how it repeatedly refers to an “intelligence” hard at work manipulating our minds and whatnot without ever saying anything concrete about what this “intelligence” is or where it comes from etc. Archons? Aliens? Midichlorians? Who knows? Life needs a little mystery. Hell for all I know life came about because God, being omnipotent and omniscient and all that, got utterly bored and realized that the only way to relieve that boredom was to limit Himself** in some way. The ability to forget must be a blessing to a God.

    *Hint: it rhymes with “door lever”.

    **Or Herself, Xirself, Cherself, SonnyBonoself, and so on. Take your pick. No, really. Please take them.

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    • Robert Francis says:

      Perhaps, words are simply symbols expressed and used to describe all that we know or don’t know about reality, and words like ‘magic,’ and ‘chaos’ might indicate our individual and or collective ignorance about that which has yet to be discovered and or known within the realm of the physical laws, Joki

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  8. Robert Francis says:

    And lets describe what the mean when we use the word “intelligence” shall we? Without referencing any kind of dictionary; perhaps the word, “intelligence” can be interpreted to mean a specific level of awareness of the physical laws and or cause and effect realities of nature and how they’re used for creating, building, and or destroying the world around us.

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  9. Robert Francis says:

    And lets describe what we mean when we use the word “intelligence” shall we? Without
    referencing any kind of dictionary; Perhaps the word, “intelligence” can be interpreted to mean a specific level of awareness of the physical laws and or cause and effect realities of nature and how they’re used for creating, building, and or destroying the world around us.

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