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The Process Church of the Final Judgment and the Manson Family

The Robert F. Kennedy Connection by Adam Gorightly   In The Ultimate Evil, author Maury Terry contended that the Son of Sam killer, David Berkowitz, was a member of “The Children,” a satanic cult based in Venice, California, with links to the military and intelligence establishments. According to Terry, The Children is a splinter group of The Process Church of ...

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Sci-Fi Predictive Programming: The Semiotic Deception of 9-11

By Phillip D. Collins Replete with esoteric symbols, conspiracy research certainly warrants semiotic examination. Although fraught with historical flaws and theological distortions, The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown acknowledges the value of semiotics in studying the conspiratorial world. In fact, the novel’s central character is a semiotician specializing in symbology. Evidently, Brown recognized the potential of semiotics in analyzing the ...

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SPIRIT COMM, SPOOK RADIO: GHOSTWRITERS IN THE SKY

21st Century Electronic Voice Phenomena & Instrumental Transcommunication By Iona Miller “We don’t die,” was the message that first got me interested in this, in 1966 ~KT Can esoteric realms reach us through our own growing arsenal of telecommunications and recording devices? And, if so, WHO are they, are their efforts coordinated, and WHAT do they say? If THEY are ...

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Human Compromise and the Protection Racket

by Paul D. Collins The following seamless story of human compromise, and the protection racket surrounding it, spans decades and continents. This is how it works. Listen up. When the Eliot Spitzer Emperors Club prostitution scandal broke out on March 10, 2008, the first person this author thought to call was retired legend, New York Police Detective James “Jim” Rothstein. ...

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Clyde Lewis – Denizen of the Darkness

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By Olav Phillips It’s night, the stars are emerging, and darkness is creeping in. Deeds of the day are done and you’re settling into a nice evening. You turn on the radio and tune in to the evening’s entertainment. In a dimly lit radio studio perched high above Portland, Oregon, a man leans forward, presses a blinking button on the ...

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