Dark Forces IV

This latest delve into all things Dark Forces is more disposed towards the discarnate realm, focussing predominately on the subject of archons. While a fair few questions are answered, the subject has nevertheless barely been broached here. But there’s always next time. For now, at least, there is hopefully some perspective given both on prevailing archon lore and how the actuality would appear to diverge from it (prevailing archon lore is, however, quite wide-ranging in its bases). The remainder of the questions include angels and demons. The former, because they have been mooted in some quarters of late as a

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

The Draco II: Donald Marshall, Droning, Chipheads & Cloning Centres

Donald Marshall represents the source for spreading word of the Vril to the world, along with the existence of and activities within underground cloning centres. It would appear he was permitted to put information out there until he wasn’t, at least in part on the basis that no one would believe him. Certainly, for my part, it wasn’t his testimony regarding cloning centres that particularly rang alarm bells, but rather the origins of the Vril. He’d been led to believe they were prehistoric reptiles, indigenous to Earth, which just didn’t sound right. When there’s one (at least) reason to doubt

The Draco, the Vril & the Black Goo

The account of a malign reptilian influence on humanity has gone through various permutations over the decades, much of it synonymous with David Icke. Indeed, while there are various literary, film and TV antecedents (from Robert E Howard to, most famously, V), the suggestion of their actual oversight appears to start (or be first revealed) with Icke.  V gives us reptilians disguised as humans, but they’re front-and-centre new arrivals to the planet. Doctor Who earlier offered the Silurians – living deep underground, but natives of Earth, here before us, so we only have squatters’ rights at best. A bit like