A New Collective History
Somewhere during the ramp up to the technocratic totalitarianism we currently find ourselves experiencing, the website Wikipedia successfully positioned itself as the world’s collective source of archived information on any given person, place, thing or event. As the default digital encyclopedia, Wikipedia provides updated information on a minute by minute basis and scripts the narrative of our collective history chiseling into digital stone what “IS.”
Designed to be an open source repository of editable record, Wikipedia has simultaneously become the unofficially sanctioned substitute for proper research as well as an infrastructural weapon of the elite today. Whether or not Wikipedia was intended as such, one thing is for sure, like Snopes and dozens of other false fact-checking sites Wikipedia has chosen their side. The desire for infrastructural control of the online battlefield is nothing new and I myself have been warning about it for years now. As Silicon Valley gave birth to the multiheaded beast of social media and the many platforms it dwells upon, I watched as truthers, Patriots, Christians, independent journalists and freethinkers were seduced by the beast and raised their tents in the enemy’s camp. What’s more, they have allowed themselves to become financially dependent upon the enemies infrastructure.
I will also be the first one to tell you that Wikipedia has an extremely valuable repository of unmolested history as well, but that’s exactly the problem now isn’t it. How do you believe someone who’s honest with you 70% of the time? Unfortunately today the majority of people in the world are looking for quick answers and if it’s coming from what they believe to be a reputable site, well then, that becomes their reality. Whether they are looking up the life of Abraham Lincoln or the events that transpired at the October 1, 2017, Vegas shooting, what is written down has a profound impact indeed on the collective belief structure of the readers.
But how did Wikipedia come about? Was it organic or planned? Judging from the spin on the content alone I am apt to believe that there is a more nefarious agenda afoot. Of course, it was likely that some version of an online repository of information would eventually arise, one would think there would be a few competing platforms. There is not, at least not to the magnitude and influence of Wikipedia. But what is most concerning and the point of this article is Wikipedia dutifully parrots the official mainstream media narrative which is little more than a mouthpiece for our local, State, and U.S. Governments and provides a collective script that anyone can access at any time for free. Sort of, a public service now that I think about it.
Wikipedia prides itself on independent volunteer writers and researchers with multiple sources but when all those sources end up being Gov’t and mainstream media outlets you still have a propaganda machine.
Perhaps the world does need a collective baseline from which to begin analysis. 50 years ago this wasn’t an issue. 50 years ago information was in books. Books which had to be written, edited, printed, distributed, and shelved. When one picked up a book you understood that the information therein was more than likely true due to the sheer amount of work it took to put it there. But today this is not the case. Today information is everywhere and sifting through it alone is a full-time job.
50 years ago the world was naïve enough to think that an idea like Wikipedia was a swell idea, and for the sleepers and sheeple out there, many still do. Before the Oklahoma City bombing, Waco, Ruby Ridge, 9/11, Columbine, Las Vegas shooting, and dozens more; Americans had an inherent trust in their government. But with the explosion of the Internet, peer to peer review and analysis as well as first account whistleblowers authorities no longer have a stranglehold on the script. And if you are the authorities, this is a problem.
As an independent researcher and freethinker who is constantly looking for sources, it has not escaped my attention that a natural countermeasure to this would be to build, fund and deploy a new repository of default “facts” which would be available for free and appear to be unbiased so as to discredit from the outset any idea that the information contained therein was actually weaponized propaganda. Soft propaganda. An insidious form of propaganda which sits on the back burner, ever present, much the same way the subconscious mind does. It does not force its opinions and ideas however it is hardwired into the infrastructure itself and operating in the exact same manner. You see, the conscious mind pulls continually upon the subconscious in order to generate its baseline reality.
A Modern Day Grimoire
But how does Wikipedia behave as a modern-day grimoire? Simple. Just like the grimoire’s of old, spell books designed to instruct and be read from in order to manifest change in this world, Wikipedia archives specific numbers and thought patterns designed to generate vibrational frequencies and ergo manifest change in our world. Or at least the mandatory ideas behind that change.
By generating a collective history and embedding that history with specifically chosen numbers and words (SWORD) designed to act upon the subconscious mind of the reader Wikipedia is doing exactly what organized religion has been doing for thousands of years. Which is, creating a repository of thought energy collectively tuned to the same reality, frequency and intent which will be harnessed and locked into phase. In short, “thought resonance.”
Magical grimoires were once centerpieces during ritual work ceremonies and incantations. They were read from, whether alone or in covens and gave the practitioner(s) a common focal point. Where’s this may seem like a stretch in the context I’m making here but it is absolutely is not. Magick and the supernatural occur every day and everywhere. Physics, psychology, and the manipulation of energy are all principles of magick and today they’re being manifested through the sorcery computers, electronics, and mass communication.
According to Alexa Internet, as of September 2018, Wikipedia is the world’s fifth-most-popular website in terms of overall visitor traffic. Wikipedia’s worldwide monthly readership is approximately 495 million. Worldwide in September 2018, WMF Labs tallied 15.5 billion page views for the month. According to comScore, Wikipedia receives over 117 million monthly unique visitors from the United States alone.[
117 million people being exposed to the exact same information which is billed as “FACT” is a very powerful thing. In fact, in many ways, it surpasses the influence of the mainstream media entirely, as they are known as biased.
Take for example the following segment from Wikipedia recounting the “official” version of the Las Vegas Shooting event.
On the night of October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada. He killed 58 people and wounded 422, and the ensuing panic brought the injury total to 851. Paddock, a 64-year-old man from Mesquite, Nevada, fired more than 1,100 rounds of ammunition from his suite on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel. The shooting occurred between 10:05 and 10:15 p.m. PDT; about an hour later, Paddock was found dead in his room from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His motive remains undetermined.
The incident is the deadliest mass shooting committed by an individual in the history of the United States. It focused attention on gun laws in the U.S., particularly with regard to bump stocks, which Paddock used to fire shots in rapid succession, at a rate of fire similar to automatic weapons.[ As a result, bump stocks were banned by the U.S. Justice Department in December 2018, with the regulation in effect as of March 2019.
Notice it mentions nothing about James J Murren selling off 80% of his personal stock in MGM 3 weeks prior to the event. Nor does it talk about the multiple witnesses who saw multiple shooters on the ground (although it does acknowledge later that there were conspiracy theories about that.) Nor does it discuss dead witnesses who died only a few days after the event in bizarre cases. And literally hundreds of other facts which don’t add up and have been conveniently dismissed.
But that’s not the important part. Notice the numbers. Numerical vibrational scripting. I’ve done a complete breakdown and outline on it here. De-Occulting the Las Vegas Shooting. Here I discuss how this scripting works.
- Route 91 Harvest Festival (9+1) = 10
- It occurred just days prior to the Harvest moon
- It occurred at the beginning of the Harvest month of October or the 10th month.
- The Route 91 Harvest Shooting Wikipedia page states that 59 people died during the sacrifice (including Paddock). 851 injured. for a total of 910 casualties( 9+1+0) = 10. This number does not include those killed after the event to silence them from going public about the multiple shooters. Among them; Kymberley Suchomel 28 (Found dead in her bed) , Dennis and Lorraine Carver (vehicle blew up near their home) Danny Contreras 35 (Multiple gunshot wounds in a vacant home), Chad Nishimura (Paddock’s Bellman) (Murdered outside a Vegas church), John Beilman 60 (Murdered his disabled daughter then committed suicide).
- Other articles state that 58 people were killed and 546 injured for a total of 604 (6+0+4) = 10. This number does not include Paddock.
The Route 91 Sacrifice occurred on “October 01, 2017”
- October = 10th month
- 1st = 01 = 10 (mirrored)
- 2017 = 2+0+1+7= 10
- We are left with 101010 or (1+0+1+0+1+0) or 3 sets of 10. Master Mason signature.
- The sacrifice also happened on the 3rd night of the festival just after 10 PM.
- The actual shooting during the event took place between 10:05 – 10:15 for exactly 10minutes.
- On October 1st there are 91 days left in the year. 9+1= 10. Route 91 Harvest Festival
- The Route 91 Sacrifice occurred on the 10th day of Maharam OR the day of Ashura. “Ashura” means 10th in Arabic. Because the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar and contains a different number of days, Islamic holidays do not occur on the same day each year and are considered to “float” in relation to the Gregorian (Christian) calendar. The fact that Ashura lined up with all the other 10’s on this day is statistically impossible and will not happen again for thousands of years. ASHURA IS THE ISLAMIC DAY OF BLOODLETTING. What is Islam’s connection to this event? Remember the initial reports on Oct 2nd, when it was reported that Isis propaganda was found strewn about Paddock’s hotel room? Remember when Isis took credit for this attack the same day? The FBI was quick to back peddle on both of those reports.
Nevada became a state October 31st, 1864. The Route 91 Sacrifice happened October 1st, 2017.
- 1864 (1+8+6+4) = 19 (1+9) = 10
- 2017 (2+0+1+7) = 10
Wikipedia dares not include any of these facts in their official narrative. But whats more important is that the numbers a person takes in when reading this IS THE SPELL…….Or a continuation of it. IT IS NUMERICAL WITCHCRAFT AND IT BEING DISSEMINATED BY WIKIPEDIA.
How does Wikipedia decide what is true?
Wikipedia is written collaboratively by largely anonymous volunteers who write without pay. Anyone with Internet access can write and make changes to Wikipedia articles, except in limited cases where editing is restricted to prevent disruption or vandalism. Users can contribute anonymously, under a pseudonym, or, if they choose to, with their real identity. The fundamental principles by which Wikipedia operates are the five pillars. The Wikipedia community has developed many policies and guidelines to improve the encyclopedia; however, it is not a formal requirement to be familiar with them before contributing.
Question. If users contribute anonymously how can one be sure there is no agenda? Consider CNN for a moment. Knowing that information and news is being disseminated under that name informs the viewer or reader of the radical left-leaning point of view in which the news will be skewed. This also leaves a way for think tanks and government agencies and operators to disseminate information on an assembly-line basis. If you think for one moment there isn’t a room full of government employees hammering out narratives on Wikipedia 24 hours a day you need a reality check.
The government employees tens of thousands of personnel annually in the online propaganda war both for our enemies and our citizens at home. Why do you think news is free?
Wikipedia’s Founding and Philosophy
Wikipedia began with its launch on 15 January 2001, two days after the domain was registered[ by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Its technological and conceptual underpinnings predate this; the earliest known proposal for an online encyclopedia was made by Rick Gates in 1993, but the concept of a free-as-in-freedom online encyclopedia (as distinct from mere open source) was proposed by Richard Stallman in December 2000.
Crucially, Stallman’s concept specifically included the idea that no central organization should control editing. This characteristic greatly contrasted with contemporary digital encyclopedias such as Microsoft Encarta, Encyclopædia Britannica, and even Bomis’s Nupedia, which was Wikipedia’s direct predecessor.
Unfortunately this is exactly what is happened, In fact, is my contention that this was the idea all along. To create a platform such as Wikipedia which has the appearance of free open-source engagement while the very structure of the platform naturally channels official Government narrative. Think of it as an extension and permanent record of your nightly news.
If at this point the reader has any doubt that Wikipedia isn’t a left-leaning agenda driven platform please consider the segment below taken from Conservapedia.com. Here you will find different points of view. Just as real and just as valid.
Jimmy Donal “Jimbo” Wales (7 August 1966 in Huntsville) is an American entrepreneur, the co-founder of the politically left online encyclopedia Wikipedia, and a self-described libertarian. Jimmy Wales claims to be an objectivist who follows the philosophy of atheist Ayn Rand. His favorite book is Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. Wales told an interviewer in Reason magazine, “One can’t understand my ideas about Wikipedia without understanding Hayek…Wales is fleshing out and bringing to life Hayek’s insights about the power of decentralized knowledge gathering, the surprising strength of communities bound only by reputation, and the fluidity of self-governance.” [These ideas that Wales claims to follow were put forward in Hayek’s essay “The Use of Knowledge in Society”. However, there is thin evidence for his being a true follower of Hayek politically given the radical leftist agenda of Wales close confidants in control of Wikipedia. Wales describes himself as a communitarian (someone who could be said to be “radical center”, meaning they agree with the left on issues relating to the economy, such as the need for environmental protection and public education, but not on cultural issues, but instead generally agree with the right or conservatives on cultural issues, such as support for character education and faith-based programs).[ The revisions have since been deleted by liberal Wikipedia administrators wishing to protect Jimmy’s public image. Editors trying to make this point in Wikipedia are routinely profiled, stalked, harassed, slandered, and banned. An irony of internet history is that Jimmy Wales, despite being an atheist, refers to himself as Wikipedia’s “spiritual leader”.[
We all know that TV, video games, public education, and nearly every form of centralized media are nothing more than sorcery. Wikipedia is simply a grimoire for the modern-day technocracy. Whereas Wikipedia is without a doubt useful for discerning the intent and direction of the elite, note that it is of questionable accuracy when dealing with many subjects especially when those subjects have an acute bearing on major cultural shaping events.