White Hats XIII

All things Truther seem to have been in a noticeable state of unrest over the past few months. Some of that may be down to the increasingly tenuous – to anyone expecting actual, tangible, and ideally sudden, defining confirmation of everything they have invested themselves in – assurance that White Hats are about to reveal their victory over Dark Forces any time now. You know, just as soon as they’ve sorted out the stragglers. Some of it seems to be the broad church that is Truther movement perversely intent on devouring itself, ouroboros-like, over its own internal differences in opinion,

Beyond the Ice Wall Part V

Any attempts to distil the realm beyond the Ice Wall is going to be hit and miss, short of a filmed travelogue starring Michael Palin, and Q & As so far have inevitably fallen prey to assumptions based on the morsels of verification yielded by “Yes” and “No” responses. I encountered the William Morris (father) and Helen Morris (daughter) accounts of their experiences in the lands beyond a couple of years back but admittedly didn’t pay them sufficient credit, in part because they’re quite elaborate (Helen’s especially, in terms of the range of places, peoples and events) but mostly because

White Hats XII

Any day now… Any day now… There are no prospective dates or ballpark figures in this update. Rather, a few questions and answers relating to a smattering of figures in the Truther Movement, or to ideas they’ve proposed that have inspired further enquiry in pursuit of clarity. And, for good measure, there are also a few questions relating to the ultimate White Hat (if you want to call him that): Jesus. It’s fairly evident that nothing is proceeding with the kind of alacrity certain prognosticators would like, such that you can see Phil Godlewski’s recurring frustration – ameliorated by occasional

The Universe II

It’s been some time since the last Q & A, mostly due to little opportunity to pursue such matters. Consequently, while this month’s revisiting an array of subjects will provide (hopefully) a spate of clarifications and reframing of prior assumptions – as ever, the specificity of a question’s wording can shine a light or send one on a wild goose chase, and the usual way of discovering the latter is some way down the line – further inquiry will also be necessary in due course, to confirm whether certain arising speculations and conclusions are correct. While these should all be

ETs and Other Ultradimensionals Part 1

The extra-terrestrial scenario inherently lends itself to scepticism. It is, predominately, one explored through fiction or at best vague hypothesis on odds (of such life, out there, somewhere). Any supporting evidence is either inconclusive, easily dismissible or riddled with conflicting accounts, inconsistencies or transparent absurdities. ETs hold little danger of intruding upon the average person’s paradigm, fully trained as the average person is to dismiss “little green men” out of hand. Even if one should be inclined to entertain their possibility, so much of the available information, largely from insiders or channels, is at variance that it will likely elicit

The Crazy World of Corey Goode

Because everything he says IS crazy, right? Blue Avians, 20 and Back, Sphere Being Alliance, Moon colonies, Mars colonies, Inner Earth civilisations, the works. And if it isn’t craziness on his part, the only remaining option must be that, seemingly by his own admittance, it’s all express fabrication; Corey Goode’s a charlatan out to hoodwink the super gullible for personal gain.  Or is he (crazy/conman)? I followed Corey’s story initially when consummate self-evangeliser David Wilcock climbed aboard his space raft and graced him with the gift of the Wilcock seal of approval. Obviously, it didn’t seem quite right that the

The Earth – Part II

So where were we? Last time on The Earth, we delved into its shape. Which was quite enough to be getting on with, as incendiary starting points go. The following questions and answers come within the context of the nature of the Earth and its form – and void – but the subject extends itself and crosses over into various other areas of inquiry, so expect to find further referencing and clarifications in future posts, particularly when it comes to the realm beyond the ice wall and the broader universe. Pertinently, the Convex Earth documentary cited in the first part’s