I am about to enter into no-man’s land, an area I visited years ago. This post has to do with a comedian who faked his death, Bill Hicks, and a controlled opposition broadcaster, Alex Jones. I have maintained for years that the former became the latter, knowing full well that most people do not believe it. I am going to go through the matter in depth, and deal with all of the evidence that I have gathered along with a link to work by others.
Wet behind the ears, I had unknowingly walked into a trap. The evidence on Hicks/Jones was a “golden apple,” that is, something laid out by Intelligence and waiting to be found. This does not destroy it, as indeed Hicks and Jones are the same person. It has been used, however, to discredit anyone who delves into the phenomenon we see so often of people reappearing in life as new personalities after faking their deaths. Hicks/Jones is such a case.
More importantly, the deliberate exposure of Hicks/Jones is itself a psyop meant to discredit honest researchers who stumble upon real-life zombies. We are told by supposed experts that …”they aren’t the same person. Not even close.” But they are the same person, and it is very close indeed. What is going on with these people who do the drive-by denouncements is simply power of suggestion, supplanting our eyes and brains with their authority.
Bill Hicks (12/16/61 –
William Melvin (Bill) Hicks was born to James Melvin (Jim) Hicks and Mary Reese Hicks in Georgia. If still alive (and if the information given is accurate), his current age is 57. I cannot find any genealogical information on any of them. Others, please try, as I am neither practiced or patient enough for that stuff.
His biographer, Cynthia True, wrote a short book about him in 2002 called American Scream: The Bill Hicks Story. I have it on order, but reviews I read say it is crap.
According to Amazon.com reviews of that book,
“Add Bill Hicks to that list of brilliant, fearless comics. Just emerging from underground cult status when he died at age thirty-two, Bill Hicks spent most of his life making audiences roar — and censors cringe — with biting social satire about everything from former president George Bush to rock stars who hawk diet Coke. His nervy talent redefined the boundaries of comedy in the ’80s and won him a list of admirers that includes John Cleese, George Carlin, and Thom Yorke of Radiohead.”
If he was “underground” and “cult”, I would not have known about him. But I did. He would not have been on the Letterman show, but he was. As to whether or not he was “brilliant” or “fearless”, that is a subjective judgment. He pranced up and down the stage pretending to blow his brains out in the manner of JFK … no one gets away with that. No one. Why did he do it, then? Most likely, he knew he could do that. It was a means of predictive programming.
This takes some explanation, and to understand it better, one has to be part of or a follower of the “JFK research” community. I was once a part of that genre, though never a “researcher,” just a curious reader/listener. I tuned in weekly to Black Op Radio, where the JFK discussion carries forth to this day. This show has been on the air every week since April 20, 2000. This coming August 8 will feature the 950th show in the series. It is yet to arrive at a conclusion, but that is the whole point of JFK “research” (much of it by sincere people) … to keep the juggler’s balls in the air. It’s a psyop.
As with any well-planned psyops, with JFK there are rabbit holes – LBJ, CIA, FBI, Fletcher Prouty, the mob … Len Osanic, the host of Black Op, is probably an operative. His job is tedious, unending, and boring. I hope if offers benefits. Time off does not seem to be one.
The particular rabbit hole I am mentioning here, however, is not one of the main themes in JFK research. It is a dark and hidden rabbit hole, one that even sincere researchers seldom give voice to. I will go into it just a little bit, and then bring it around again to Hicks.
Judyth Vary Baker wrote the book Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald. I doubt a word of it is true, not even her name. Baker claims to have been summoned to New Orleans as a young girl to advance her medical studies, and to have gotten involved in cancer research, working for Dr. Alton Ochsner. She claims to have participated with Oswald in experiments on mice in the home of David Ferrie, and to have witnessed prisoners injected with cancer. She had unwittingly stumbled into a cancer weaponization program, and Lee Harvey Oswald was part of it.
This is the crux of this issue: I doubt that cancer was ever weaponized. But the nature of the Me & Lee psyop is to make us think it was.
The Me & Lee scam is just a little more subtle than the whodunnits like FBI or CIA – anyone who thinks that JFK was murdered by those assorted diabolical characters is meant to carry a deep and foreboding primal fear: People who speak up about it are injected with cancer. Somehow.
That is why Bill Hicks first used the JFK assassination as such a large part of his act, and then subsequently faked his death by means of pancreatic cancer, as disease that rarely strikes anyone under age 65. It is meant to advance the JFK psyop, but in an insidious manner meant only to affect serious students and researchers. It is a more subtle version of supposed eyewitnesses who supposedly died premature deaths – it creates primal fear.
From this I conclude that Bill Hicks was a hired actor, that he was instructed to use part of his act to discuss JFK, that he was meant to appear on Letterman and have the appearance canceled, and then to “die” of cancer.
Hicks was not brilliant, nor was he very funny, in my opinion of course. This is why his humor has seen to be “dark.” He was said to be angry, and much of his act was merely loud and obnoxious. I don’t find obnoxious to be funny. But it did not matter. He was going to get glowing reviews no matter how big a turn-off his act was because he was juiced. He was himself a rabbit hole. His death is meant to complete a small circle … people who in public question the official story of the JFK assassination are quietly killed.
Here is an excerpt from the Cynthia True book, taken from Wikipedia. It has to do with Hicks’ Southern Baptist upbringing, and his relationship with his father:
The elder Hicks would say, “I believe that the Bible is the literal word of God.” And Bill would counter, “No it’s not, Dad.” “Well, I believe that it is.” “Well,” Bill replied, “you know, some people believe that they’re Napoleon. That’s fine. Beliefs are neat. Cherish them, but don’t share them like they’re the truth.”
Here we have Hicks, at a young age, so cocksure that he knows how to critique the Bible that he is telling his dad off. That is both obnoxious and annoying. I would call it stupid, but then, it is probably not even true. How can True know such a thing to be anything more than apocryphal, a planted story offered as wisdom after-the-fact but before-the-fact. Hicks never had such a conversation. It is all part of his myth and the large psyop.
Bill Hicks, whatever his real name, was hired to be a comedian and to lambast the Warren Commission. He was then reassigned to another role, that of “Alex Jones.” At least Jones’ scrubbed genealogy turns up on Geni. Who knows – maybe that is his real name. More to follow on that.
Alex Jones (2/11/74 -)
Alex Emric Jones (Emerick?) is labeled by Wikipedia as a “far-right conspiracy theorist.” I have not paid much attention to him over the years other than to have been very badly fooled by him at the time of the fake death of the fake terrorist Osama bin Laden. At that time I had never heard of Jones, but repeated a story from him to the effect that a whole bunch of Navy Seals were killed in that 2011 get-Osama operation. A supposed Pakistani news story interviewed an onlooker who suggested that a bomb was planted on their helicopter. Later we would learn that a plane crash in Afghanistan killed even more Navy Seals associated with the mission.
Talk about rabbit holes! Osama bin Laden supposedly died on 5/2/2011. If you’re not into numerology, and I am not as anything more than a signalling device, note that 5+2+2=9, so that 5/2/2011 is another way of expressing 9/11.
Jones was playing a pivotal role here, reinforcing the notions that 1) there was a man named Osama bin Laden, 2) he was guilty as charged, and 3) he met a just end in a real mission undertaken by Navy Seals. His job was to plant suspicion that people in the higher-ups of Intelligence undermined the mission and killed many of the participants. This reinforces the notion that the mission was real.
That is what controlled opposition-types do – the seed the landscape with rumors, muddy the waters, but always reinforce the official version of events.
Jones is a controlled opposition. He began his career in 1996, two years after the fake death of Bill Hicks. He hosted a radio show called The Final Edition of KJFK FM radio. In essence, Jones is picking up where Hicks left off, and like Hicks, even though dealing in highly inflammatory and frowned-upon issues, saw his career and prospects escalate.
It seems appropriate that if Hicks was involved in promoting a fake event as real (the JFK Assassination), so too would Jones pursue a similar career path. His choice on entering the limelight was the (fake) Waco Massacre. He led a successful effort to rebuild the Branch Davidian Church. He accused Attorney General Janet Reno and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms of, basically, cold-blooded murder. That’s one way to advance a radio career, I suppose, but only if you are juiced. Otherwise such cranks are ignored out of existence, offering up cassette tapes of their work on street corners.
Controlled opposition agents usually need some springboard, some way of gain the public’s attention, meant to be covered by news. Jones used a George W. Bush presidential rally. He interrupted, demanding that the Federal Reserve and Council on Foreign Relations be abolished and blah blah blah. Ordinarily that sort of behavior will earn someone a soft police escort to the door, perhaps even a night in the hoosegow. In Jones’ case it “… launch[ed him] into public events as if flung from another universe,” quoting journalist David Weigel (who was most likely notified in advance of the planned disruption).
Think of this this way: If an ordinary crazy person wants to create a public spectacle at a presidential rally, he has to plan it in advance, but will have no way of knowing if it will have any impact. Most likely he will get nowhere near a microphone, and even if he does it will be quickly turned off. There’ll be no news reporting, as to do so would encourage crank behaviors. It is not the ideal way to launch a career.
In Jones’ case, he was able to seize the forum, and to see his career take off as a result. This was not an accident. It was planned. Jones was being introduced to us. It was a rollout.
Alex Jones’ Wikipedia page is a treat, a guidebook on how controlled opposition works. Here’s just one example, Jones’ role in exposing the Sandy Hook shootings as fake.
Jones has been criticized for propagating conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012 and the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in 2018 being false flag operations engineered by gun control advocates. In particular, he has stated that “no one died” in Sandy Hook and that Stoneman Douglas survivor David Hogg was a crisis actor. Claims made in support of these theories have been proven false.
In March 2018, six families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting as well as an FBI agent who responded to the attack filed a defamation lawsuit against Jones for his role in spreading conspiracy theories that had caused survivors to be harassed, stalked and threatened. By February 2019, ten families had joined in lawsuits that had won a series of court rulings that would require Jones to testify under oath and open his business records for examination. Later that month Jones was ordered to undergo a sworn deposition as part of the case. The judge also ruled that three other defendants must face deposition, people who are “critical to Infowars business operations.” Previously Jones was ordered to turn over internal financial, business and marketing documents related to the operations of Infowars.
In March 2019, Jones acknowledged that the deaths were real during a sworn deposition in the defamation suit stating: “And I, myself, have almost had like a form of psychosis back in the past where I basically thought everything was staged, even though I’ve now learned a lot of times things aren’t staged”
That is what controlled opposition does – it takes genuine dissent and leads it …
… down blind alleys.
I cannot resist using that scene, as it is memorable, from the movie Animal House. Imagine that it is Alex Jones in the brown trench coat, as this is his job – to capture real opposition to both real and fake crimes, and lead it all into a brick wall. His public behaviors are outrageous and meant to garner media exposure. The supposed lawsuits against him are fake, as it is understood by all parties that Sandy Hook was a fake event. There would never be a real lawsuit against a genuine skeptic of these events, as it would require a real court case. How much easier if fakes sue fakes.
Jones, predictably, lends his name to other matters, notably gun control, Oklahoma City and 911, Pizzagate and vaccines. He claims that weather has been weaponized. In each of these matters his public interference serves to either advance something crazy (weather weaponization) or to discredit a genuine movement of honest skeptics (vaccines, OKC and 911). It’s his job. (Pizzagate I don’t know about, but his injection into the matter can serve to either legitimize genuine research, or advance a hoax.)
But Wikipedia must hope that few people actually read through the entire article. This is how the piece closes:
Jones has three children with ex-wife Kelly Jones. The couple divorced in March 2015. In 2017, Kelly sought sole or joint custody of their children due to her ex-husband’s behavior. She claimed “he’s not a stable person” and “I’m concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress” (Adam Schiff). His attorney responded by claiming that “he’s playing a character” and describing him as a “performance artist“. On his show, Jones denied playing a character and he called his show “the most bona fide, hard-core, real McCoy thing there is, and everybody knows it”. In court, Jones clarified that he generally agreed with his attorney’s statement, but that he disagreed with the media’s interpretation of the term “performance artist”. Kelly was awarded the right to decide where their children live while he maintains visitation rights.
Here we see that when faced with a real court case, as I assume his divorce settlement was, that he lays his real cards on the table … he is a performance artist. He does that in a real court, but not on his shows.
Did Bill Hicks fake his death and become Alex Jones?
In general, I agree with those who say that this does not matter. For me, it is a matter of curiosity, as it first introduced me to the concept of fake deaths and zombies. But both characters, whether played by one or two actors, are actors. I am going to bring in my own evidence and link the reader to some other work that appears sincere. In reality, the only original work that I have done that is a comparison of dental plates between Hicks and Jones, which are indeed identical. Everything else I have done is derivative. It was Hicks/Jones that first introduced me to the concept of the face split. To my knowledge, though I don’t do it much anymore, my method is somewhat reliable in that it operates on the assumption that the distance between eye pupils can be used as a constant as people age. It seems to work.
First, here is a clip from Bill Hicks’ act, not an unusual one. This was a large part of his shtick. (Odd that it has not been taken down at YouTube, given how heavily censored that outlet is).
I do not find this amusing … that is, it is meant to be a comedic act that generates audience laughter, but is really a packaged presentation that takes some of the sincere (though misguided) research regarding JFK’s “death” and places it in the hands of controlled opposition. But as discussed above, those with oversight in these matters want there to be skepticism, research and an ongoing debate. Hicks was merely being used to advance yet another rabbit hole, cancer weaponization.
I first brought this video up at an early post (June 17, 2016) in which I also offered a face split (with pupils set as a constant), was my habit then, showing both Hicks and Jones at their angriest best.
To me, this was convincing, and I was taken aback when people began to back away from it. The objections voiced were based on mere glances, or in one case, a man whose ability to compare faces is unmatched (his words, not mine), Miles W. Mathis:
“That’s Bill Hicks on Letterman in 1993. If you watch that, not only will it help you see who Hicks really was—a pasty upper-class asshole with no timing—but also you will never think he is Alex Jones again. As I have said before, they may be related through the Jones-Hicks families of the peerage, but they aren’t the same person. Not even close. Oh, and of course Hicks faked his death. He had to because his project wasn’t going anywhere. He is actually more promotable now he is dead, since he is easier to edit. Alive, it was too obvious he wasn’t funny and wasn’t who he was sold as.”
That is as far as evidence offered from that source goes, however: “…they aren’t the same person. Not even close.” But as you can see from my face chop above, while indeed they may not be the same person, golly gee, it is close.
I came under attack on another website, I am not sure which one, by a commenter who offered the following photo-evidence that these are two different men:
This was considered a coup de grâce, as if any fool could easily see two different men. But I did not think that. I thought this photo comparison apropos, has it highlighted a unique characteristic shared by both men: the same teeth. At that time I was not able to do gifs and overlays in Photoshop, and so asked my then-colleague, Straight to do so. Here is the result – watch the teeth.
You might have to watch it several times to fully appreciate it, but do note that the teeth do not change from Hicks to Jones. Also note on the lower left, pronounced with Jones but also apparent with Hicks, a slightly protruding lateral incisor. See the arrows in the photo below.
As I thought a the time (and now), goodness, what more proof do you need? But the result of all of this work was drive-by dismissals. Several problems were apparent: The noses are different; the lower lip is thinner with Jones; Jones’ eyes are puffy, and the voices and ages are different – Jones stated age is 13 years younger than Hicks would be.
The objections due to nose shape and lip size are easily dealt with – plastic surgery, not even invasive. The nose is an outpatient procedure. Its shape can be altered, and a bridge implanted to make it less pointy, and left in place for a while until the nose conforms to its new shape. This was apparently done with Jones. But note from the gif above that the length and width and facial placement of the nose are identical.
Lip surgery is a little more complicated, requiring anesthesia and a longer recovery time. Here is a description of the procedure from Healthline.com:*
Lip reduction surgery involves removing skin tissues from the lower or upper lips, or sometimes both. This is done in an effort to reshape the entire lip area.
First, anesthesia — either local or general — is used so you won’t feel any pain.
During the procedure, a surgeon makes an incision in a horizontal line in the pink inner portion of your lip. This minimizes scarring.
The surgeon then removes excess fat and tissues from the lip to reduce its overall volume.
Once all the targeted tissues are removed, the surgeon will close up the incision with stitches. These usually fall off on their own within a few days or weeks.
Given that the eyes, length and width of nose, head shape, teeth and mouth size are almost identical in the photos and gifs above, the objections I received due to differences in nose and lips are easily set aside. Hicks, after faking his death, had plastic surgery. The recovery may have been weeks or months, but he emerged as Alex Jones.
What about the eyes? That too is easily explained. Alex Jones is said to be 45 years old, but he is not. He is 57, and over the years his eyes have gotten puffy. I’ve often seen this happen, and don’t know why other than the vagaries of aging. Maybe he drinks too much – that too causes eyes to become puffy.
Finally, the voice. Hicks and Jones do differ in this regard, but I don’t think it is accidental. If they went so far as to do plastic surgery, they can also have him practice a gravelly voice for his public appearances. If you have five minutes to spare, watch the following video. If not, skip to 1:00 where ProZD discusses voice acting, specifically taking on a gravelly effect.
That’s all that is going on with Jones’ voice versus that of Hicks – Jones is an actor. He lowers his voice, makes it gravelly when on air. I once thought it was more complicated, that perhaps the microphones he uses for public appearances offer distortion, but I don’t think it is necessary. Do remember, however, that there is in existence a software program used in show business called Autotune, and this miraculous program corrects Brittney Spears’ voice during live performances, making her sound like a real singer. Man, they can do anything with technology.
At this point I have offered everything I have in the Hicks/Jones matter, but more and more thorough work has been done by others. I refer you to this website, which offers 23 bullet points on the subject. There are others as well, some better and some worse. Some are meant to mislead. Further research is left to you, the curious reader. I am done with the affair. Bill Hicks faked his death and is now known as Alex Jones.
* By the way, I rarely use the word, but we can actually generate “proof” that Hicks became Jones by looking at the inner lower lip of Jones, which will, if I am correct, show a surgical scar. This can only be done, however, postmortem. Perhaps we can get Jones to fake his death.
PS: As long as the photos were available, and look so different, I thought it would be fun to compare the one of Hicks on the Letterman show provided by Mathis, bearded with dark hair, and Jones the fake bodybuilder as provided by Gaia, with his face obviously superimposed on someone else’s body, with blonder hair and a clean shave.
It’s very easy to say by mere surface analysis that these are different people. And, that is as far as most people go, a mere look-see, rough-take on the outer shell of the faces. My technique is more in-depth in that I want to see alignment of features, which is key. A lot can be done with beards and hair, but the basic position of the eyes, nose, mouth, the shape of the chin and the overall shape of the skull cannot be altered.
It is true that a straight-on facial analysis is not as telling as a fuller side view, and trust me, side views are complicated. I have spent many hours doing that, not on Hicks/Jones, but, say, with Freddie Mercury and Thom Hartmann and Jimi Hendrix, occasionally scoring two photos that are comparable. I look for people facing the same angle, away from the camera, and those shots are rare. Actors are always aware of where the camera is, always showing it their best face. But if we do get a good side view, and I have done this, we can take analysis one step further and do ear comparisons. They are like finger prints, but by what standard do we size them for comparison? Pupil distance is not available. I have used the distance from the tip of the tragus (the rounded part that just overlays the ear opening) to the tip of the nose. It seems to work.
Nonetheless, here is what the frontal facial comparison shows:
Hairline, cut off. Eyebrows, aligned. Eyes, aligned. Ears, aligned, though angular distortion might be apparent. Nose aligned. Shape of nose, slightly different. Upper lip aligned. Lower lip open on Hicks, closed on Jones, not aligned. Lower lip fatter on Hicks. Chin shape, aligned (Hicks is wearing beard, but the photo sleuths were kind enough to give us a dark line around Jones’ chin, superimposed as it was on someone else’s body). Head shape, symmetrical on each side and aligned.
I cannot say with absolute certainty these are the same man, but it is very close. You cannot say they are not the same man because it is very close. Everything about the photos that is different, hair color, style, nose and lower lip are things that can be changed on a person. Everything that aligns are things that cannot be changed.