Dark Forces V

A fairly brief Dark Forces this time, mostly following up on some points and (as is frequently the case) apparent contradictions raised by earlier answers. Subjects include angels, the antichrist (Sam Neill being the more palatable version) and archons. There are also a couple of questions/answers included here that were previously featured in White Hats XIV and Beyond the Ice Wall Part VII.     Q. Do some angels have souls while some angels are soulless?   Yes.  Some angels become soulless through negativity.  This arose due to an earlier answer indicating angels were not souled but also – slightly

Antimatter II

There have been additional, tentative excursions into the antimatter realm since the first Q & A on the subject, chiefly in pursuit of the best-known (only?) matter-universe navigator of such shores, Nikola Tesla. While he forms a part of the following, as indeed do various excerpts from that Q & A, this concentrates on the universe’s inhabitants for the most part: AMT and AI. You can find the specifics of this twin universe to our own, first set out in explicable terms – and bypassing the distracting faff of mainstream science – by the Seth Material (as far as I’m

Send in the Clones: Donald Marshall and the Underworld

Donald Marshall’s testimony is among the most valuable to emerge from whistleblowers and also among the most disturbing. It’s chiefly known for documenting the Elite’s widespread use of cloning and cloning centres, as well as the parasitical effects of the Vril lizard on a human host. Marshall’s experiences in the centres make for grim reading, his gifts as a musical prodigy only having gone so far in protecting him from the torture, murder (of clone bodies) and debasement of the arena, where he’d be watched by gathered clones of celebrities and politicians. While Marshall touched on many different subjects over

Antimatter

Antimatter is exciting stuff, combustible and incredibly dangerous – a bit like nuclear that way – and one wouldn’t be advised to use it as fuel source, except that everyone invariably does. In science fiction. So, a bit like nuclear that way. The same stuff doesn’t tend to be nearly as inspiring in the cold, harsh clinical light of theoretical science. But that doesn’t mean the reality, which tends to give official science a wide berth, isn’t less than scintillating. Physics tells us antimatter is made up of antiparticles of reversed charge, parity and time. It will tell you, if

Time Travel

Much as I’ve always enjoyed time-travel tales, its practical application has often tended to confound me rather. At least, as it is usually presented in movies, TV and books. There need to be some internally consistent rules, surely? So Marty returning to parents who took a different, more successful course at the end of Back to the Future, one of which he has no recollection, doesn’t really (mc)fly. Unless you account for it with multiple/ infinite potential timelines, each variation on a choice creating a divergent one and Marty returning to one that isn’t his, while its Marty presumably/possibly discovers