1959: A Holiday for Murder: The unsolved Walker family murders

One of Florida’s most brutal, unsolved murders occurred six days before Christmas in 1959. The entire Walker family, husband Cliff (25-years-old), wife Christine (24-years-old), son Jimmie (three-years-old), and daughter Debbie (two-years-old) were killed in their small home in Osprey on December 19th. There were hundreds of suspects, including the notorious killers made famous by Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood, but the case has gone cold. Cliff, Christine, Jimmie, and Debbie Walker. Christine and Cliff Walker and their two children had been out running errands the day of the murders. Christine was the first to return to their home, located on the cattle ranch where her husband worked as a hand. She was at the house long enough to put away the groceries before she was interrupted by an unknown assailant or assailants.  Although she ferociously fought her attacker(s) with her high-healed shoes, even staining the pumps with their blood, her efforts […] Read More

2017: Hidden by the Elite: The Occult Meaning of the ‘Three Wise Monkeys’

A 17th century carving over a door of the famous Toshogu shrine in Nikko, Japan The “Three Wise Monkeys” (also called the “Three Mystic Apes”) is a sacred ancient Japanese icon whose original meaning is intentionally being hidden by the Elite.  Knowing the truth of the symbol’s age-old directive of “See no Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil ” can empower you in ways you never thought possible and change your life forever. In this article, we’ll uncover the symbol’s authentic ancient meaning, and we’ll see why this meaning is intentionally being covered up. If you think you know the meaning of the Three Wise Monkeys symbol, maybe you better think again.  We’re taught by the Elite (i.e., the mass media and their corporate sponsors) that it stands for feigning ignorance to the misconduct of others rather than exposing their misconduct: “In the Western world, the phrase is […] Read More

2017: Secret Spells: Words of The English Language

Words can be more Powerful than Swords. Words have the power to cast spells and that’s why it’s called SPELLING. Words are vibrational energy. Words are not just elements of speech or writing, because they can be used to strengthen the effects of magic, which is the art of directing and controlling energy. When spoken out loud, words transform into frequencies and vibrations that can be used to direct energy. This is one of the first steps to creating magic effects. Most people will laugh at the idea of magic being real, but if only they knew what magic really is and how magic is being used to control them, they would not be laughing. The world is dominated by magic. Until you train your eyes to see how magic is used to control you, you will never know how the world really works. The Controllers who pull the strings of politicians […] Read More

2016: The Sinister ‘Spirit’ of Christmas

It may (or may not) shock you to discover that Christmas, the supposed season of goodwill to all men, is, once you peek beneath the superficial gift wrap that conceals the insane illusion, in actually, one big sinister ceremony based on ancient occult ritual in which human sacrifice to otherworldly deities was made and during the so-called ‘festive’ period today the human herd is still collectively tricked into sacrifice by the blue-blooded descendants of the ancients, only now instead of their body it’s their spirit they unwittingly offer up in return for temporary merriment and gratification. Despite being repeatedly told that Christmas is all about ‘spirit’ the inconvenient and rather un-Christmassy truth is that it’s actually about systematically suppressing the spirit whilst severing the crucial link to infinite consciousness most aren’t even aware they possess via the blind observance of inherently corrupt religious and corporate dictates. Most view the […] Read More

2016: Codex Gigas Or The Devil’s Bible, The World’s Largest And Strangest Mystical Manuscript

A book called the Codex Gigas is the largest and the strangest manuscript in the world. Its creation and history are steeped in a mystery that incorporates the mundane and the arcane, heaven and the inferno. Its immense size (3 feet in height by 3 feet in length, when opened) has given it the name Codex Gigas. Gigas is Latin for giant, so its name literally means Giant Book. That’s quite accurate since two people are required just to lift it and the leather it’s been made with came from no less than 160 animals. According to the legends surrounding it, the Codex Gigas was spawned as a result of a pact with the ‘devil’ and that is why it’s also known as the Devil’s Bible. Most historians agree it was created in the early 12th century in the Benedictine monastery of Podlažice in Bohemia, now located in the Czech Republic. Stories […] Read More

2016: How Black Magic is Controlling Humanity

By Michelle Walling, contributor for In5D.com In order to explain how our world came to be controlled by a small group of beings we call the Illuminati, one should know the truth about black magic and how it is used on us against our free will. By taking away the illusion of black magic humanity can realize how to outsmart, outwit, and outplay. While Pluto is in Capricorn and while we are beginning the Age of Aquarius, now is the time to utilize the light within us to shine in order to rise above in numbers over the few who are quickly losing control. What is magic? Magic, in general, is a word used to describe the attempt to influence an experience by the use of rituals, symbols, actions, gestures, and language. Magic spells, or “spelling” can communicate with consciousnesses of other dimensions and layers within dimensions in order […] Read More

2016: Switzerland: World’s longest tunnel opens with Satanic Ritual

VIA| The Swiss have put on one of the most bizarre opening ceremonies in history to mark the completion of the world’s longest tunnel. Famed for their trains, organizers roped in more than 600 dancers, acrobats, and dramatic actors and even composed the new route’s very own theme tune as they pulled out all the stops for Wednesday’s inauguration at the tunnel’s northern portal in Erstfeld. The tunnel has come in under its £8.5billion. Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, President Francois Hollande of France and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi all came to southern Switzerland for an upbeat, glitzy celebration featuring musical bands and dancers. Swiss engineer Carl Eduard Gruner first imagined it in 1947: a massive tunnel, unprecedented in length, buried a mile and a half under Switzerland’s symbolic Gotthard mountain range. Nearly seven decades later, after redesigns, political disagreements and the long, slow work of drilling beneath […] Read More

2016: How Words Can Be Used as Magic Spells

Words are not just elements of speech or writing, because they can be used to strengthen the effects of magic, which is the art of directing and controlling energy. When spoken out loud, words transform into frequencies and vibrations that can be used to direct energy. This is one of the first steps to creating magic effects. Most people will laugh at the idea of magic being real, but if only they knew what magic really is and how magic is being used to control them, they would not be laughing. The world is dominated by magic. Until you train your eyes to see how magic is used to control you, you will never know how the world really works. The Controllers who pull the strings of politicians are well aware of how magic works. Many of them actually practice the art of magic, which is why they are […] Read More

2015: The Necronomicon How Lovecraft’s Creation Grew a Tale

by Dan Harms A recent list of the top ten grimoires — books of magic— included a book called the Necronomicon. Not too bad for a work that started as a literary in-joke. How did the Necronomicon make the leap from fiction to occult notoriety? Let’s look at the story. One century ago, a young man named Howard Phillips Lovecraft was living in Providence, Rhode Island. Having left high school due to illness before graduating, he was unable to fulfill his dream of going to Brown University. His once-wealthy family was slipping into genteel poverty, but he was nonetheless expected to uphold the lifestyle of a gentleman of leisure. Lovecraft must have found negotiating these expectations and hopes a difficult situation. He found an answer in writing. At first, he wrote essays on political and cultural topics, but soon he found his true strength: short stories of monsters and […] Read More