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

Dark Forces III: Additional Inquiry into the Anunnaki and Draco

Not very conjugated in terms of titles, this series of Q & As. It follows The Draco, the Vril & the Black Goo and The Draco II: Donald Marshall, Droning, Chipheads & Cloning Centres. But the first look at Anunnaki can be found in Beyond the Ice Wall: The Races. So sorry about that.  This one is largely a compilation of questions found elsewhere but pertaining to these Dark Forces mainstays. There are a few new ones in the mix, however, and a follow-up will clarify some of the conjecture laid out here.     Q. Were the Draco engineered

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

White Hats XI

This Q & A was something of an ad-hoc affair, comprising a few pertinent questions of the moment that arose from concerns of the potential kicking-the-can-down-the-road intimations a report from “The Storm” raised. If you’ve followed previous White Hats Q & As, you’ll be aware that any inquiries regarding disclosure/the big corruption announcement are equal parts imminent and equal parts (numerous) delays, in terms of the response received. This time, it seems a significant part of what’s planned has changed, but that change seems to relate less to how soon than how much how soon. For the background to the

The Celebrity Register 6

The majority of this update focuses on the arrest list – which can be found online – relating to those celebs and high-profile individuals who have been subjected to military tribunal (or at least, some of them; there are 260 names thereon, as of its date of 4 November 2020. Previous Q & A answers, from November last year, suggested the number of celebrities was 200-300, with more than 700 individuals executed in all). There are also several questions and answers copied over from the White Hats X post, relating as they do to the celebrity sphere.  For quick reference,

White Hats – 5, Celebrity Register – 4

No, there’s nothing here about Gary Lineker, despite the football scores-esque title. However, any conflagration at the BBC would surely be far from organic at this point, given their abject culpability. The following represents some odds and ends of questions and answers from the last couple of months, rather than anything approximating an express chain of inquiry. Things still seem imminent, as ever. The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank may make them more imminent, in one way or another. Obviously, intimations of a banking-system meltdown have lately become a fixture, with a pronounced ebb and flow over the past couple

The Celebrity Register III

Less an update than a continuance, as the resting states of most of these stars – where they have indeed shuffled off – are likely at least several years’ standing now. Some of the questions and answers here are collating those from other White Hats posts. I haven’t confirmed whether all those deceased were Vril’d or simply adrenochrome addicts but may inquire after some of them at a later date. One of the significant parts of this post is essentially an amendment, or you might say an addition. Really, it should have been an obvious assumption going in, what with

White Hats 4most

There’s nothing quite so perplexing as trying to get the measure of White Hats happenings, bebopping and scatting all over as they seem prone to do. I’ve probably got a better grip on the mechanics of time travel, and that’s saying something! The answers received in Q & As regarding White Hat activities have appeared consistent, give or take the pesky incapacity to set a “reveal” date and stick to it, but I’m nevertheless prone to wonder when it’s suggested I listen to an SGAnon podcast (more so than Phil G), conceiving of/predicting as he is a range of countermeasures

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