Tuesday, March 26, 2013

St. Clair Cabal: Victoria's Secret?


Remember Victoria Alexander? I mentioned her when I discussed the passing of Gordon Novel and the Second Oswald mysteries. Information-sharing only. No editorial insights.

Victoria Alexander contacted me, to send along more photographs of herself and more information. She decided to detail how she wished to convey this, in her own words, recently.

In her blog, The Devil's Hammer, on March 25, 2013, she spends a bit of time sharing her involvement with Novel and her quest to figure out if he was the Umbrella Man.


After that subsection, Alexander then tackles what she calls "The St. Claire Cabal," in responding, not to my blog itself, but to an Anonymous comment maker:
I found an interesting article on "The Second Oswald" that mentioned me. A commenter posted this: "Interesting tidbit, supposedly Victoria is a St. Claire (of Da Vinci Code fame) and her sister is married to General Michael Aquino, an ex-Green Beret who helped Anton LaVey start the Church of Satan, and split from him and started the Temple of SET. And of course a long list of other odious deeds." Source.
I sent the link to Michael and Lilith Aquino (the 13th Baron Michael and Baroness Lilith of Rachane). Michael thoroughly enjoyed his supposed "odious deeds" and he returned this photo of the four of us taken in Las Vegas. From left: Michael, "sisters" Lilith and Victoria, John.
Finally, Lilith and I have been recognized by a prominent member of the conspiracy cognoscente as sisters! But more important, what is a St. Claire? I did the research because I know you are too damn busy:

Simon Cox points out in Cracking the Da Vinci Code that members of the St Clair family had actually testified against the Knights Templar when some of its members were tried at Holyrood in Edinburgh in 1309. There is indeed an underground chamber, a crypt, under Roslynn Chapel, where members of the St Claire family were buried over the centuries. The entrance to the crypt is well-known. It is beneath the flagstones of the north aisle of the chapel, but to this point excavations have not been allowed. There is no real evidence that the crypt contains documentary or any other kind of treasure, and the owners fear that the church – which has been neglected over many centuries – would suffer irreversible damage were it to be undermined. ~ Victoria Alexander.
I think we are to take away from this passage that she is not the sister of the other woman, and a blog comment maker is creating a conspiracy where none may exist. Nevertheless, by her own admission, Victoria Alexander does circulate in some intriguing circles of friends.

Who is Victoria Alexander with in this photo?


 The Mysterious Victoria Alexander. 
Photo courtesy of Victoria Alexander.






Retired Colonel John Alexander of Los Alamos National Laboratories, Gordon Novel, and John’s wife Victoria Alexander. Photo from Jim Moseley.

Answer to the question above: Victoria Alexander was 
with Edward Teller. Photo from Victoria Alexander.

In a publication that has authors such as myself and skeptic Sharon Hill (pictured below) contributing articles on a variety of topics, we find Victoria Alexander in the mix. She reviews the "extreme ecstatic practices of medieval saints and mystics and finds a close relationship to the modern use of ayahuasca as a visionary tool" in Intermediate States: The Anomalist 13.



For more on the St. Clair (not St. Claire) family that owns the Rosslyn Chapel, 
see here and here.


Ancient hunting Sinclair (St. Clair) tartan




Sunday, March 17, 2013

New World Order Francis Continues

My essay, "New World Order Francis: The Ultimate Black Pope," has experienced thousands of readers. If you haven't read it, please see here.

By coincidence, this is the cover of Time Magazine that appeared shortly after my article.




More, here.

Also, it should be noted that the "Dirty War" past of the new Pope Francis keeps creeping into the commentaries. See herehere, and here.


I must say, I wish that the apparent mainstream media's overt picture of Pope Francis as a humble Vicar of the poor and downtrodden is true. However, there are clouds on the horizon in his cryptopolitical and homophobic history from Argentina.

“Anyone who does not pray to the Lord prays to the devil,” Francis said, quoting Leon Bloy, a French writer who died in 1917, and who converted from agnosticism to Catholicism. ~ Pope Francis, 14 March 2013.

Stay tuned.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Malachi Throne Dies



In a bizarre twist of fate, considering the Malachy Prophecies and the "throning" of a Jesuit Pope on March 13, 2013, plus the "lexilinking" played out across the twilight language landscape last year, Malachi Throne has died.


Veteran actor Malachi Throne, 84, was best known for his roles as False Face on the televised Batman series, and as the reoccurring character of Noah Bain (!) on It Takes A Thief.

Throne died the evening of March 13, 2013, of unknown causes.


Malachi Throne was born in New York City, on December 1, 1928. He was an American stage and television actor, noted for his guest-starring roles on Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Lost in Space, Land of the Giants, The Time Tunnel, Mission: Impossible, and The Six Million Dollar Man, and those mentioned above. In Babylon 5, he played "Prime Minister Malachi."
One of his strangest roles was as the villain "False Face" in the ABC Batman (1966) series. The character, who used a variety of disguises to effect his nefarious schemes, wore a semi-transparent mask when not in the midst of his crimes. The mask rendered Throne's real face unrecognizable on screen. Playing off this effect, but against Throne's wishes, the show's producers wrote the on-screen credit as "? as False Face," which denied Throne his credit. However, at the end credits of the episode, "Holy Rat Race," his full name was finally given full credit. His portrayal was a substitution for Clint Eastwood's proposed version of Two-Face. Source.

Throne worn varieties of disguises as False Face to effect his evil efforts against Gotham City. He also wore a semi-transparent mask when not in disguise.

Regarding the name "Bain," see also: 

New World Order Francis: The Ultimate Black Pope

New World Order Francis: The Ultimate Black Pope
Habemus Papam
Loren Coleman ©2013



Haven't we seen this twilight language imagery before? 


The black robed Jesuits, the military branch of the Roman Catholic Church,
have attained the highest office to right the ship. But for how long?


On 13.3.13, as the date is written at the Vatican, at 7:06 pm (local Roman time), which adds up to another 13, the Roman Catholic Church picked a new Pope. 

Information is streaming in quickly, along many lines of inquiry, about Jorge Mario Bergolio, who has named himself Pope Francis, or to some, Pope Francis I.

Jesuits and the Black Pope


"The Cardinal who rarely smiled" was how he was characterized.

Pope Francis is the first Jesuit Pope. The first Jesuit Pope would naturally be the first fully "Black" (i.e. Jesuit) "Pope." It is a circular logical statement that is just common sense, and there is nothing conspiratorial about it.

The Jesuits have often falsely been linked to the origins of the Inquisition. (Dominican Priests were the chief torturers of the Inquisition.) Jesuits were instead the strongmen of the Church, due in large part to the military background of their follower, St. Ignatius of Loyola. (Some thoughts about the Jesuits can be very dark. See here and here, for instance.)

In general, the use of the term "Black Pope" is often experienced as a derogatory nickname given to the Superior General, usually by the media and never utilized by the Jesuits themselves. Nevertheless, to ignore its use is to be blind to the "name game" being played here.

They are sometimes referred to as "God's Marines" or the church's "storm troopers" - a band of priests and missionaries who live sparse lives and are willing to accept religious orders anywhere in the world, sometimes living in extreme conditions....The order elects its own leader, known colloquially as the Black Pope because of the black vestments worn by the Jesuits, at a conclave in Rome, where members from around the world gather to make their choice. The current leader is Father Adolfo Nicolás, of Spain. Source.

...Society of Jesus is much more than an administrator of prestigious American universities. Also known as “God’s Marines” or “The Company,” the order of priests and brothers was founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola in 1534 with six other students at the University of Paris. St. Ignatius had a military background, and early adherents referred to themselves as the “Company of Jesus,” hence both of the nicknames that live to this day. Probably happy that the Jesuits were not forming their own church, like Martin Luther a few decades earlier, Pope Paul III granted them commendation in 1537 to become priests. Three years later, he gave them the right to become their own order of priests. As the head of the new order, Ignatius sent his priests throughout Catholic Europe to start schools, colleges and seminaries. By Ignatius’s death in 1556, the Jesuits had already founded 74 colleges on three continents. With missionary work as a core value, the Jesuits have been known for spreading Catholicism throughout the world. Pope Francis’s namesake, St. Francis Xavier, is in particular credited with the Church’s expansion in Asia. Source.

Black Pope and Prophecy


The new Pope is on the right.

I mentioned that there appeared to be a "Black Pope" on the horizon, in part because of the "Last Pope" prophecies, such as the one by Bishop Malachy. I talked about the African candidates, but in the comments, you can see the awareness pointing to the Jesuits. Some authors have already come forth framing the new Pope in terms of the fulfilling of the Malachy visions. (See one example, here.)

In general, however, as the Catholic media notes, there has been great skepticism about the Malachy Prophecies.



Some prophecies do come true. Hours before the Pope's name and appearance took place,  Twitter's @red_pill_junkie wrote: "Crazy idea: that the new #Pope comes out wearing a Guy Fawkes mask :P #HabemusPapam”

I quickly posted that an image like that had once appeared (see above).

When it developed that the first Pope was a Jesuit, I (@CryptoLoren) then tweeted this: "Before #Pope named @red_pill_junkie's humorous comment ab #GuyFawkes mask was prophetic. Jesuits were associated with the Gunpowder Plot. #V"

Today, RPJ, a Mexican, has posted, what he calls, his ramblings on the new Pope.

Brizdaz (Darren) shared this, from Wikipedia:
In England, Henry Garnet, one of the leading English Jesuits, was hanged for misprision of treason, because of his knowledge of the Gunpowder Plot (1605). The Plot was the attempted assassination of King James I of England and VI of Scotland, his family, and most of the Protestant aristocracy in a single attack, by exploding the Houses of Parliament. Another Jesuit, Oswald Tesimond, managed to escape arrest for his involvement in the Gunpowder Plot.
Do political intrigues with the Jesuits continue today? Of course they do.


Name Game


First, let us look at Pope Francis' birth name:

Jorge - "farmer" ("earth-worker"); variant of George (Greek) "farmer".

Mario – Italian, "bitter, rebellious," "bitter"; associated with the Virgin Mary by acting as a masculinized form of “Maria.” Mary means "bitter, rebellious, be disobedient." Spanish, Mario, "Hammer," "Mars" (Roman god of war).

Bergoglio - berg = "mountain" + oglio = "oil"; oglio is also seen as a "collection of miscellaneous pieces;" a "hotchpotch;" a "mixture;" a "medley;" specifically, from 1648, "of various religions."

Is Pope Francis actually a Pope from the Global South? Is he the world's first "New World Order" Pope?

Is he really an Argentine? His last name Bergoglio is Italian. His dad emigrated from Piamonte, Italy.

After a period of initial confusion (or the wrong message being sent out to the media), the name Francis used for the new Pope is being said to be tied to Saint Francis of Assisi.

M.Bell passes along this quote, as translated by Bill Barrett from the Umbrian text of the Assisi codex:
St. Francis is not only the most attractive of all the Christian saints, he is the most attractive of Christians, admired by Buddhists, atheists, completely secular, modern people, Communists, to whom the figure of Christ himself is at best unattractive. Partly this is due to the sentimentalization of the legend of his life and that of his companions in the early days of the order. Many people today who put his statue in their gardens know nothing about him except that he preached a sermon to the birds, wrote a hymn to the sun, and called the donkey his brother. These bits of information are important because they are signs of a revolution of the sensibility — which incidentally was a metaphysical revolution of which certainly St. Francis himself was quite unaware. They stand for a mystical and emotional immediate realization of the unity of being, a notion foreign, in fact antagonistic, to the main Judeo-Christian tradition.
“I am that I am” — the God of Judaism is the only self-sufficient being. All the reality that we can know is contingent, created out of nothing, and hence of an inferior order of reality. Faced with the “utterly other,” the contingent soul can finally only respond with fear and trembling.
One last item about the name Francis I, and a bit of history about another Francis I, for now:
Francis I (Francis Stephen; 8 December 1708 – 18 August 1765) was Holy Roman Emperor and Grand Duke of Tuscany, though his wife effectively executed the real powers of those positions. With his wife, Maria Theresa, he was the founder of the Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty. From 1728 until 1737 he was Duke of Lorraine, but lost this title when Lorraine was seized by France in the War of the Polish Succession; he was compensated with Tuscany in the peace treaty that ended that war. He was the father of the deposed and later executed Marie Antoinette, Queen of France. Source.
Regarding the image shown at top, yes, we have seen it before:


 See more on this form of Masonic signaling, here.


Stay tuned for more...

Monday, March 11, 2013

The Black Pope?


Will the new Pope be Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson? 

Turkson was born on October 11, 1948, in Wassaw Nsuta, Western Ghana, to a Methodist mother and a Catholic father.

He studied at St Teresa’s Seminary in the village of Amisano and Pedu, eventually getting a Bachelor’s degree in theology at St. Anthony-on-Hudson Seminary in Rensselaer, New York.

On October 24, 2009, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Turkson President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.

In October 2011 Cardinal Turkson called for the establishment of a “global public authority” and a “central world bank” to rule over financial institutions that have become outdated and often ineffective in dealing fairly with crises.

Turkson is able to speak English, Fante, French, Italian, German, and Hebrew, in addition to understanding Latin and Greek.

Cardinal Turkson has said that "if God would wish to see a black man also as pope, thanks be to God." The Catholic Church chronicler Rocco Palmo called Turkson the lone Scripture scholar in the Pope's "Senate" and believes that his status as a potential "papabile" (potential successor) has been elevated due to his appointment as spokesman for Second Synod for Africa in 2009.

With the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI in 2013, Turkson is seen as a papabile in the upcoming papal conclave.

Turkson also joined Twitter in February 2013 @TurksonCardinal, according to a spokesperson to the Cardinal.

His motto is Vivere Christus est.

Vivere Christus est” (“To live is Christ”) is a Latin phrase from St. Paul 's Letter to the Philippians.
According to Bishop Malachy's visions and prophecies, there does appear to be a good indication the next Pope will have something to do with the name "Peter." See my long discussion on that topic by clicking here.

If Peter Turkson ("the Rock of the Church" + "son of a Turk") does not become the Pope, another black Cardinal has also been mentioned.

Nigeria's Cardinal Francis Arinze (on the right) is also considered a strong candidate. Arinze means "by the grace, wisdom and power of God." 
The name bearer is "a gift from God."

{Posted 7:33 PM, Eastern DST, Monday, March 11, 2013}

Thursday, March 07, 2013

Tin Foil Hat Attack

What are we to make of this?

A man who wears a tin foil modified head covering (yes, a tin foil hat) was arrested for threatening a school attack by fire. Read more, here.

Note his name.

H/T to CW/InvisibleInk.


Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Hugo Chávez Believed In Reptilians?



Hugo Chávez died on March 5, 2013.

An ancient Portuguese surname, Chávez literally means "keys," from the Portuguese chaves. Hugo is a Portuguese or Spanish name meaning "mind, heart or spirit." The English form of Hugo is Hugh.



Hugo Chávez believed in Reptilians? At least that is what we are supposed to seriously consider? Some bloggers (a/k/a David Icke followers?) would have us all think by their translation of the following verbal clips that is is exactly what he was saying. I suppose  that someplace, somewhere, Chávez is having a good laugh about this.

 


Will Fidel Castro pass away soon, now?


Devil Names and Fortean Locations


I've written about the name game on this Twilight Language blog, often, in relationship to sites.

For example, one of the most in depth treatments was about the "Hockomock Name Game."

I wanted to alert you to my republishing of my classic Fortean Times contribution from 1979, "Devil Names and Fortean Places," over on my new blog, CryptoZooNews, at this selection, "Devil Names, Fortean Places, and Cryptids." Click here to go visit that there.

Enjoy.

Saturday, March 02, 2013

3.3.13: A Sense of Foreboding


There seems to be uneasy "feelings" about something happening on 3.3.13.

Television is making the most of the date, starting The Bible and The Viking on the 3rd of March 2013.


The Storm is Coming.


Mayhem Clothing established on 3.3.13:




It also appears that in a Lectionary Reading for the Third Sunday of Lent (March 3, 2013), reasons are given for pause to the religious:
It would seem appropriate during Lent that Holy Scripture would issue some warnings to us. In effect, that is what occurs throughout the readings for this Third Sunday of Lent. Each reading contains a caution to us, or a strong suggestion.
The first reading from the Book of Exodus, is a story with which most of us are very familiar — Moses and the Burning Bush....
St. Paul does not mince words in his letter to the Corinthians. Paul makes reference to the difficulties experienced by the Israelites. He states that “God was not pleased with most of them.” To make it absolutely clear, Paul continues that “These things happened as examples for us.” For more, see the Source.




In Skyfall scene where James Bond and M first reach Scotland (shown here), the following exchange occurs, as noted:


MOrphans make the best recruits. 
BondThere's a storm coming.
Skyfall, 2012

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Fifty years ago, on March 3, 1963, the country and western singer Patsy Cline gave her last performance. She was suppose to fly back home the day after, but was grounded by fog. When she finally did leave on March 5, she never reached home. She and others in her plane were killed in a crash.



A few things that have happened on past March 3rds, with a bit of a concentration on tragedies from the heavens, include,

1915 – NACA, the predecessor of NASA, is founded.

1942 – World War II: Ten Japanese warplanes raid the town of Broome, Western Australia, killing more than 100 people.

1943 – World War II: In London, England, 173 people are killed in a crush while trying to enter an air-raid shelter at Bethnal Green tube station.

1945 – World War II: The RAF accidentally bombs the Bezuidenhout neighborhood in The Hague, Netherlands, killing 511 people.

1953 – A Canadian Pacific Airlines De Havilland Comet crashes in Karachi, Pakistan, killing 11.

1972 – Mohawk Airlines Flight 405 crashes as a result of a control malfunction and insufficient training in emergency procedures.


1974 – Turkish Airlines Flight 981 crashes at Ermenonville near Paris, France killing all 346 aboard.
1991 – United Airlines Flight 585 crashes on approach into Colorado Springs, Colorado, killing 25.

Is a sense of foreboding, that a "storm is coming," and the past "coincidences" of heavenly evil have anything to do with the reality of events that will take place on 3.3.13?

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Meanwhile, later in the month, 3.13.13 is the 17th anniversary of a major mass shooting.

13 March 1996 – Dunblane Massacre in Dunblane, Scotland, 16 Primary School children and 1 teacher are shot dead by the shooter, Thomas Watt Hamilton, who then died by suicide. I wrote about a famous survivor of this "massacre" here.